Platform updates solve for industry failures by offering the only end-to-end EDR solution that instantly immobilizes attackers in time to prevent damage and loss
We demonstrate our early and layered detection of Odinaff, a precision toolkit used by criminal actors targeting the financial industry.
Introducing Maxwell, an automated exploit kit collection and detection tool that crawls the web hunting for exploits.
To enable earlier detection while limiting the impact on performance, we have developed a new concept we’re calling Hardware Assisted Control Flow Integrity, or HA-CFI.
Instead of focusing on those known exploit techniques, our research introduces a new method for early detection and prevention of exploits without prior knowledge of the vulnerability or technique.
Endgame HA-CFI proven significantly more effective compared to industry standard Microsoft EMET, which achieved only 83% detection
Hardware assisted control flow integrity (HA-CFI™) technology, Endgame MalwareScore™, and automated investigations ensure earliest detection and eviction of advanced attacks
Last summer, Stagefright became a household name after security researcher Joshua Drake highlighted vulnerabilities in the multimedia engine in Android that goes by the same name.
Current defenses target obsolete offensive techniques, including return-oriented programming. These defenses have limited shelf lives or effectiveness.
Senior Vulnerability Researcher Will Explore ARM Debug Architecture and Shed New Light on Hardware-Assisted Rootkits