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 Viruses and Malware
This course provides a broad introduction to a variety of topics in Malwares such as Viruses, Worms, Trojans, Rabbits, Spywares, Adwares, Ransomwares, Botnets and other threats. The viruses will classified and explained based on their targets and strategies. The Anti-Viruses also categoriesd and will define and explain based on static and dynamic methods. There is a complete session about Anti-Anti-Virus which completely explianed about the related techniques.
Language: The class is taught in English.
Assistant: Select one student to manage, handle and collect the assignments, projects, and Lab activities.
Final Examination: Written examination, (40%)
Course Works: First coursework is compulsory + Select one from number 2 or 3, (60%)

Coursework 1: 15 pages research paper (individual) + Presentation, (30% = 20% + 10%)
Coursework 2: project by JAVA or C++ (Group based), (30%)
Coursework 3: Is based on a mini conference on Netwprk Securoty. Each group must select a topic after second sessions and write a paper maximum 6 pages on that topic and present in the mini conference. Join to the mini conference is free for all students from other departments and faculty (A team of three members - Present at Mini Conference) Call for papers.pdf and Examiner review form.pdf (30% = 20% + 10%)
Lecture Notes
Session 01: Introduction
Session 02: Malware
Session 03: Virus
Session 04: Anti Virus Techniques
Session 05: Anti Anti Virus
Session 06: Worms
Session 07: Deworming
Session 08: Applications
Session 09: Spywares
Session 10: Adwares
Session 11: Ransomware
New Brunswick, Canada