A Study On Approach To Ransomware Detection In Network Security

International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology (IJCTT)          
© 2019 by IJCTT Journal
Volume-67 Issue-11
Year of Publication : 2019
Authors : B.Manivannan, B. Revathi
DOI :  10.14445/22312803/IJCTT-V67I11P114


MLA Style:B.Manivannan, B. Revathi  "A Study On Approach To Ransomware Detection In Network Security" International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology 67.11 (2019):84-88.

APA Style B.Manivannan, B. Revathi. A Study On Approach To Ransomware Detection In Network Security.  International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology, 67(11),84-88.

Ransomware is considered to be the most perilous malwares mostly used by the networking and cyber criminals in the recent years. This series of malwares uses cryptographic technology that mainly encrypts the significant files and folders of the users’ computer system and make it ineffectual for further use and conceals the decryption key and demand for a ransom from the victims to reinstate the files and folders to it original state. The contemporary Ransomware clans are very refined and challenging to scrutinise and detect using immobile features. Most likely the latest crytoransomwares in network security having sandboxing and IDS dodging capabilities which ensures a threat permanently. It is quite ardent that the static and dynamic analysis methods alone cannot provide the apt and fitting solution for the Ransomware in network security. In this article, we present a Machine Learning based approach with an assimilated method, a mixture of static and dynamic analysis to detect the ransomeware in network security. The experimental test samples were taken from different network security Ransomware based families. The results proposes that collective analysis can perceive ransomeware with improved accuracy when compared to individual approach for both static and dynamic.

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Ransomware, Crypto-ransomewares, Network Security, Static Analysis, Dynamic Analysis