Researchers have outlined the most popular tools and techniques used by threat actors to try and bypass Microsoft's Antimalware Scan Interface (AMSI).
Making its debut in 2015, AMSI is a vendor-agnostic interface designed to integrate anti-malware products on a Windows machine and better protect end users, supporting features including scan request correlation and content source URL/IP reputation checks.
Microsoft's security solution is a barrier that today's Windows malware developers often try to circumvent -- either by methods such as obfuscation, steganography, or by preventing a file from being scanned and detected as malicious in initial attack stages.
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