Many security teams view malware sandboxing as a commodity product.Our customers see VMRay Analyzer as a disruptive technology and their hands-down choice for automated malware analysis.
Incorporating many industry “firsts” and “bests”, VMRay Analyzer empowers DFIR teams to deepen their insight into malware behavior, streamline investigations, and enhance incident response across the enterprise.
VMRay Analyzer runs solely in the hypervisor layer, an unprecedented engineering feat that allows monitoring to take place from outside the analysis environment. By always remaining invisible, VMRay defeats even the most evasive measures built into advanced threats.
As malware executes in the sandbox, VMRay transparently monitors every interaction with the target machine, logging all control flow mechanisms, calling conventions and privilege levels. With complete and continuous visibility into malicious behavior, the SOC team can quickly and accurately triage the most urgent threats for further investigation or mitigation.
Noisy results are a daily frustration for SOC analysts and managers. Excessive noise impedes manual investigations, and it discourages efforts to automate the sharing of results—because doing so propagates the weaknesses of those results to other systems.
VMRay’s Intelligent Monitoring generates concise, focused output that only addresses the malware’s core behavior. This eliminates false positives, streamlines analysis, and scales automated detection.
Consistently Put to the Test & Winning
As the saying goes: you can fool some of the people some of the time but you can’t fool Analyzer. With brand new malware entering the cybersphere every second, it is inevitable that some will slip through your EDR defences. Analyzer helps you fill those gaps and address those blind spots: it is the last bastion and your ultimate source of truth. Built by industry pioneers and having stood the test of time for over 10 years, Analyzer catches what others don’t.
The Cloud version of VMRay Analyzer includes support for the latest Windows Redstone operating system as well as macOS High Sierra and Mojave. The following file types can be analyzed.
With Analyzer, you get a multitude of ways to see the detection and analysis results:
Analyzer will quickly become an essential component in your security ecosystem, and so it needs to talk to all or your other components:
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A malware sandbox is a cyber security term referring to a specifically prepared monitoring environment that mimics an end-user operating machine. Malware sandboxes represent an important tool in the arsenal of security teams and are used to safely observe the behavior of suspected malware in a controlled environment without risking infection of the host machine.
VMRay offers a unique mix of stealthiness and efficacy that allows it to stand out from the pack. Traditional sandbox solutions either do not produce results at all due to being detected by malware (which then ceases operation) or produce too much data due to poor result filtering or slow performance.
VMRay delivers reliable results without adding the burden of filtering irrelevant data for your analysts. With years of experience and continuous efforts, VMRay is well-equipped both for current malware, as well as for staying ahead of the game when encountering new threats.
VMRay Analyzer Cloud and On-Premises both have the same core functionality and ability to analyze and detect malware. The main difference between Cloud and On-Premises is the level of customization offered.
VMRay Analyzer On-Premises supports extensive customization of:
VMRay Analyzer Cloud or On-Premises are annual subscriptions. Licensing is based on the number of dynamic analyses performed per day. A perpetual license option is available for on-premises customers.
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