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Summary

DS-1293
Ether Malware Analysis Dataset
External Dataset
External Data Source
University of Arizona Artificial Intelligence Lab, AZSecure-data
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51 (lowest rank is 51)

Category & Restrictions

Other
cyber attack, malware, honeypots, cyber defense
Unrestricted
true

Description


Ether is a malware analysis framework which leverages hardware virtualization extensions (specifically Intel VT) to remain transparent to malicious software. This dataset contains 25,118 unique malware instances used to test EtherUnpack against packed malware.

Collection method: Samples were collected between January and March 2008 from honeypots, mail filters, proxy monitors, web crawling, file sharing networks, and other sources. To classify the samples, we surveyed them using PEiD, a signature-based packer detector, and a PEiD signature database from SANS ISC. The resulting set consisted of 25,118 malware instances, unique according to MD5 value.

Date range of data: January - March 2008

Number of malware instances: 25,118

Additional Details

14.0GB
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