Obfuscation techniques for Malwares

An obfuscation technique (also called Polymorphism) is a way of constructing a malware that make it more difficult to detect. If a malware is hard to detect, it is likely to spread more widely. The following are commonly used obfuscation techniques: Self-Encryption and Self-Decryption. Some viruses can encrypt and decrypt their virus code bodies, concealing them from direct...

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