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April 26, 2022, 3:37 p.m. | Will Schroeder

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In the previous post, I went through a very brief overview of some machine learning concepts, talked about the Revoke-Obfuscation project, and detailed my efforts at improving the dataset and models for detecting obfuscated PowerShell scripts. That resulted in three separate tuned models for obfuscated PowerShell script detection: a Logistic Regression model with L2/Ridge regularization, a LightGBM Classifier, and a 4-layer fully connected Neural Network. If you’re not familiar with machine learning, I highly recommend reading the first post …

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