This post is the third part in a series on sandbox evasion techniques used by malware today. We originally posted a primer, outlining the three main categories of evasion techniques by malware authors: Sandbox Detection: Detecting the presence of a sandbox (and only showing benign behavior patterns on detection) Exploiting Sandbox Gaps: Exploiting weaknesses or […]READ MORE
In our initial post on sandbox evasion we outlined the three main categories of sandbox evasion techniques: Sandbox Detection: Detecting the presence of a sandbox (and only showing benign behavior patterns on detection) Exploiting Sandbox Gaps: Exploiting weaknesses or gaps in sandbox technology or in the ecosystem Context-Aware Malware: Using time/event/environment-based triggers (that are not […]READ MORE
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