According to an article by Cybersecurity Ventures, the damage caused by Ransomware (a type of malware that can block users from accessing their data unless they pay a ransom) increased by 57 times in 2021 as compared to 2015. Furthermore, it’s predicted to cost its victims $265 billion (USD) annually by 2031. At the time of writing, the financial toll from Ransomware attacks falls just above the 50th position in a list of countries ranked by their GDP.
Given the threat posed by malware, several techniques have been developed to detect and contain malware attacks. The two most common techniques used today are signature- and behavior-based detection.
Signature-based detection establishes a unique identifier about a known malicious object so that the object can be identified in the future. It may be a unique pattern of code attached to a file, or it may be the hash of a known malware

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