Malware and Network Security

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Malware and Network Security Research

Members of the Malware and Network Security team analyse the use of malware and its requisite network forensic footprint. It ranges from detection of malware using network traffic to analyses of typical network monitoring setups, such as Security Operations Centres. This also involves sandboxing and digital forensic analysis of malware, with customised local testing infrastructure. This is in collaboration with corporations and institutions, to ensure a practical impact for the team’s research.

    People:
  • Bushra Alahmadi
  • Michal Piskozub
  • Freddie Barr-Smith

Publications

MalPhase: Fine-Grained Malware Detection Using Network Flow Data

Michal Piskozub, Fabio De Gaspari, Freddie Barr-Smith, Luigi Mancini, Ivan Martinovic.

Proceedings of the 16th ACM Asia Conference on Computer and Communications Security. 2021.

Paper
Survivalism: Systematic Analysis of Windows Malware Living-Off-The-Land

Frederick Barr-Smith, Xabier Ugarte-Pedrero, Mariano Graziano, Riccardo Spolaor, Ivan Martinovic.

2021 IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (SP). 2021.

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