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Artificial intelligence (AI), sometimes called machine intelligence, is intelligence demonstrated by machines, especially computer systems. It is the simulation of human intelligence processes. Use this tag for questions about application of AI in Information Security, Securing against AI based attacks, etc...

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Combating AI ML data poisoning attacks [migrated]

“Adversarial data poisoning is an effective attack against machine learning and threatens model integrity by introducing poisoned data into the training dataset,” SOURCE:
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Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) to detect unauthorized code modification to reduce and to even stop zero-day exploits [closed]

Since Solarwinds Hack and Hafnium attack involved some degree of unauthorized code modification (orion DLL, creation of web shell), is it possible to use Artificial Intelligence (AI) built into the ...
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Are there any projects/papers on approaching exploit development with AI/automation?

I'm looking for research on the topic if at all possible or readings about efforts into this. Drilling down into binaries via fuzzing/fingerprinting for known vulnerable binary patterns and a little ...
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What is the current state of author recognition software and what can be done about it?

I'm curious what the current state of author recognition software is, i.e. software that detects the author of a certain anonymous text based on a certain pool of texts obtained from elsewhere. This ...
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Who is responsible for ensuring that internet users can believe the photos and videos they see online? [closed]

Apologies in advance if this topic is too vague, I wanted to get an idea of peoples' opinions. Technology now exists that makes photography a unreliable medium in terms of truth. Image and video ...
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What would be an example of 'AI' in your average security appliance?

It seems that more and more Anti-Virus and other security related business solutions are adding the 'AI' and 'machine learning' buzzwords to their marketing repertoire. However, the only 'AI' I ever ...
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Measuring real effectiveness of Machine Learning based IDS [closed]

I am currently investigation effectiveness of Intrusion Detection/Prevention Systems that are backed my Machine Learning rather than traditional Signature based detection mechanisms, so that the ...
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Can a neural network crack hashing algorithms?

I've been reading a bit about neural networks, and their ability to approximate many complex functions. Wouldn't a neural network be capable of cracking a hashing algorithm like SHA256? For example, ...
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What is "Intentionally misleading Artificial Intelligence to create a misleading outcome" called?

I'm writing about a computer system that relies on Artificial Intelligence and the threats that this may include. One threat vector (for example) is to seed Bayesian AI with content to skew the ...
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