8th August, 2018 By Nicky Cappella The Stack
- While DeepLocker has yet to be seen outside of the research lab, all of the tools used to create it are readily available: existing malware, and AI tools that can be trained to recognize a target.
DeepLocker malware can remain undetected for lengthy periods, inactive until presented with an AI trigger – through facial or voice recognition, or geolocation – that indicates a specifically targeted individual. When the trigger is recognized, it acts as a key, activating the dormant malware on the system.
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