With the September release of VMRay Platform Version 4.0, we’re pleased to introduce significant improvements to all three of our products ‑ Analyzer, Detector, and Email Threat Defender (ETD), particularly in matters related to handling malicious links. These enhancements include: The launch of a powerful and unique new method of dynamic analysis of links at the time-of-delivery rather than time-of-click. This […]READ MORE
In the world of malware analysis, there is sometimes confusion between the terms “artifacts” and “indicators of compromise (IOCs).” This is understandable because many malware analysis engines don’t distinguish between the two. First, let’s define the terms. When a malware sandbox dynamically analyzes a threat, it collects pieces of forensic data observed during runtime. This […]READ MORE
Living off the Land Binaries – aka LOLBins – represent one of the more creative and insidious malware threats today. Attackers use LOLBins to evade detection by manipulating legitimate systems and processes for malicious purposes. In this post—condensed from a SANS webcast featuring SANS Analyst Jake Williams and VMRay Sr. Research Analyst Tamas Boczan explain why […]READ MORE
VMRay is proud to announce our partnership with threat intelligence vendor, Anomali to provide access to VMRay Analyzer via the Anomali APP Store. Anomali ThreatStream customers can now access our groundbreaking malware analyzer via an existing subscription, a new license purchased through the App Store, or a free trial version. The Anomali and VMRay joint solution […]READ MORE
It’s true all over the world – large enterprise organizations want flexibility and choice in where their data is stored. This is especially true in regulated industries such as health care, finance, and government that are bound by regulation and compliance to have control over where their data resides. For these reasons, VMRay offers two […]READ MORE
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 […]READ MORE
The global pandemic, and associated economic downturn, has created a new reality where our customers are now supporting a large remote work force, vastly increasing the available attack surface for threat actors. In addition, COVID-19 has opened up a whole new arena of themed scams and malware. In the face of this extraordinary situation, VMRay […]READ MORE
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