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antivirus

Uncertain; a supernatant from bacterial cultures alleged to have antiviral properties.
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independent research firm, NSS Labs' 2017 Breach Detection Systems group test recognized Lastline as the only offering they have ever tested to achieve 100 percent Malware Detection and 100 percent Security Effectiveness.
Comparative evaluation of machine learning-based malware detection on Android.
Hence, many different malware detection approaches with machine learning technology have been proposed in recent years, such as static analysis which learns statistical characteristics like API calls, N-grams, and so on [3, 4] or dynamic behavior analysis [5].
Malware detection methods are classified into different classes based on the type of malware and the techniques used for the analysis and detection of the malware damages that occur in the systems includes:
Powered by Quick Heal Intelligent CloudDetect, a machine learning-based real-time malware detection engine, Seqrite EPS guarantees 100% protection vis-a-vis an industry average of 98% against 0-day malware attacks
The product provides vulnerability and malware detection, along with continuous monitoring, for Docker containers, integrating with the continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD) systems that build container images to ensure every container reaching production is secure and compliant with enterprise policy.
The region also had over 118 million malware detection. Of the 214 million hits to malicious URLs, 50 million were to those hosted in the Asia Pacific region.
The study found that they are focusing on training their IT staff on new technology and cybersecurity strategies (50%); implementing new policies (35%); and investing in advanced malware detection technology (34%).
The main technology behind the suite is a new malware detection engine that uses behavior to identify suspicious software instead of signatures that constantly have to be updated.
It has also been introduced to the malware detection mechanism [1].
In Section 2, we summarize previous studies on mobile malware detection and briefly introduce the linear SVM algorithm as a related work.