Advanced Malware Detection Tag

Lastline's unique approach takes dynamic document analysis to a whole new level. In my previous blog posting, I briefly covered static document analysis as one of two types of document analysis that are essential for effective detection of advanced malware. Today I...

Static document analysis is an essential component in advanced malware detection   One of the crucial functions of malware detection is the ability to spot advanced malicious code that's embedded within documents. Document files are key infection sources because: ...

Advanced malware solutions ("sandboxes") traditionally use virtual machines (VM) to analyze suspicious objects to find out if they are malicious. However, advanced malware is capable of detecting the presence of the virtual machine technology used by conventional sandboxes and leveraging this weakness to...

Come see us at Black Hat USA in Las Vegas in the Business Hall (booth 120) during the Black Hat USA two-day main event on August 3 and 4.  Engin Kirda, Giovanni Vigna, and Chris Kruegel  (executive team co-founders, and well known in the industry) will be...

It was a busy day for those in the Lastline booth (H178) at Infosecurity Europe on the first day. This is the event's 21st year  A talented group of Lastline employees spanning two continents and a handful of countries gathered to demonstrate and...

  It takes a combination of art, science, superior technology, and  partnerships in the battle to provide superior protection against today’s advanced malware.  The drawing above is an artist’s rendition of a presentation our Director of Sales Engineering gave during RSA 2016 in the Tripwire booth...