|Friday, 03 December 2010|
At the moment the tool is in the research phase and there is no date set for release into the wild. Current performance is claimed as less than 1% false positive with a typical 2-5 millisecond processing time per Kbyte of code.
The researchers say that they can envisage it being used both within a browser context to protect against malware on the fly or in an offline context to classify and blacklist infected sites.
|Last Updated ( Friday, 03 December 2010 )|