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Malware family labels are known to be inconsistent. They are also black-box since they do not represent the capabilities of malware. The current state-of-the-art in malware capability assessment include mostly manual approaches, which are infeasible due to the ever-increasing volume of discovered malware samples. We propose a novel unsupervised machine learning-based method called MalPaCA, which automates capability assessment by clustering the temporal behavior in malware's network traces.arXiv:1904.01371v3 fatcat:s3bqxuh2hfhk5jzas6rrk2fvzi