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A New Approach to IT Security: Prevent Stealthy Threats and Improve Security Management

Published By: McAfee     Published Date: Feb 06, 2013
Itís a critical time for security efforts to move beyond the traditional software operating stack and monitor operations from a new vantage point closer to, and within, the hardware level.
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rootkits, kernel-mode malware, malware signatures, operating system level heuristics, kernel-mode rootkits, user-mode rootkits, koutodoor, tdss, ssdt, hardware assisted security, hardware enhanced security, zero-day malware, zero-day rootkit, kernel layer security, anti spam, anti spyware, anti virus, application security, encryption, hacker detection
    
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Heuristics Analysis: Detecting Unknown Viruses

Published By: ESET     Published Date: Jan 30, 2008
Anti-virus does much more than reactively detect known viruses; it proactively scans for unknown ones too. So, how do scanners really work? The aim of this paper is to reduce some of the confusion around the workings of AV technology, and to clarify what is realistic to expect from AV protection, particularly heuristic analysis.
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heuristics, threat analysis, how av works, av signatures, traditional antivirus, norton, symantec, trend micro, mc afee, malware, threats, email, threat summary, threat report, viruses, eset, antivirus, nod32, internet threats, web-borne threats
    
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Understanding and Teaching Heuristics

Published By: ESET     Published Date: Feb 17, 2010
This paper is designed to provide a basic understanding of what heuristics are and how they are used in the anti-malware industry.
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eset, teaching heuristics, anti-malware, encryption, polymorphism, signature detection, intrusion, threats, anti spam, anti spyware, anti virus, internet security, intrusion detection, security management
    
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Stand Up to Malware with an Arsenal of Layered Defenses that Identifies, Protects, and Remediates

Published By: McAfee     Published Date: Apr 25, 2014
Smart and malicious advanced malware is targeted stealthy, evasive, and adaptive. Sandboxing and other stand-alone products can't do the job on their own. This editorial brief explains why you need an arsenal of layered, integrated defenses to protect against these sophisticated threats.
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advanced malware, targeted malware, stealthy attacks, layered malware defense, static analysis, dynamic analysis, sandboxing, emulation, heuristics, stealthy attacks, rootkits, security, it management
    
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