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VMRay Platform Version 3.3 Highlights

With the April rollout of VMRay Platform Version 3.3, we’re introducing major enhancements to our advanced threat detection and analysis solutions: A new naming convention – VMRay Platform – articulates the unified nature of our solutions, core technology, and individual products: VMRay Analyzer, VMRay Detector, and VMRay Email Threat Defender. A new capability – automated […]


Move Fast and Don’t Break Things (Part 1): Accurate API Monitoring at High Performance

In designing systems, engineers often must navigate between two extremes. Resources are finite and compromises must be made between making something operate slowly and thoroughly or fast and recklessly. But what if a system could be both fast and accurate? Because of VMRay’s entirely hypervisor-based technology, it has the ability to be both. While traditional […]


VMRay Expands Executive Leadership Team to Fuel Next Stage of Growth

Noted Industry Veterans from Kaspersky and Symantec Join Fast Growing Malware Analysis Provider to Support Market Expansion Bochum, Germany and Boston, MA – April 16, 2020 – VMRay, a provider of automated malware analysis and detection solutions, today announced the addition of two cybersecurity veterans to its executive ranks with the appointment of former Kaspersky […]


Explained: The VMRay Threat Identifier (VTI) Scoring System

In the science fiction classic The Hitchhikers’ Guide to the Galaxy, a civilization far in the future builds the world’s largest supercomputer to answer the question “What is the meaning of life?” After thousands of years calculating, the computer issues its long-awaited answer, the number “42” with no explanation given. It’s a farcical situation but […]


Good Apps Behaving Badly: Dissecting Zoom’s macOS Installer Workaround

This post was updated on April 3, 2020 to reflect Zoom’s response. It seems like overnight half the world switched to working from home and depending on Zoom for daily human interaction. Our own team is no exception, so it came as a surprise that the widely-used application installs itself on Macs by working around […]


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