deepNOID VS DeepMalwareDetector

Compare deepNOID vs DeepMalwareDetector and see what are their differences.


deepNOID, the binary music genre classifier which determines if what you're listening to really is NOIDED (by EoinM96)
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  • Looking for insight on labelling portable executable (PE) malware files using a VirusTotal API response report.
    3 projects | | 26 Aug 2022
    What brought me to this research was these studies [1] [2], which demonstrates how image-based malware classification can be done using a CNN (convolutional neural network). Since I had a bit of a background with malware, and I recently completed a CNN model, I figured I would try to do something similar. It was only after investigating different materials I hit a bit of a roadblock. I found this one dataset, malimg [3], which is made up of PE files that have been converted into images already. I didn't want to just use the images, I wanted to demonstrate how to get them, only the method used to classify them turned out to be a bit out of my depth, kind of like this whole project, it's discussed in Section 4.2 of this paper [4] . There's also this set [5], which contains the pixel content for each file record. And as for the static disassembly you mention, I think you are right, the training data might not exist. During my investigation the best I could find was this study [6].

What are some alternatives?

When comparing deepNOID and DeepMalwareDetector you can also consider the following projects:

muzic - Muzic: Music Understanding and Generation with Artificial Intelligence