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Malware Packet Captures

SecneurX has generated a vast storehouse of packet captures of malicious communications of malware. SecneurX runs its own device farm with trained staff and real devices to exercise the malware in the real-world scenario to maximize the network activity. This is in stark contrast to other packet captures on the market that were generated from simulated devices, monkey touch setups, or test equipment where the real-world behaviour of the malware communication will not be visible. Many malware today can detect if they are running on a simulated environment and behave accordingly. Our comprehensive packet captures are second to none in the industry. SecneurX performs analysis on its packet capture data using its AI/ML-based system to power a number of its products and ongoing initiatives.

Windows Malware - Click here for Malware packet capture comparison between SecneurX and VirusTotal

Android Malware - Click here for Malware packet capture comparison between SecneurX and VirusTotal

 

Penataur

Penataur is a tool that leverages SecneurX's packet captures to test security infrastructure against malware attacks without installing the actual malware anywhere in the environment. The unique aspect of this tool is that since the packet captures are the actual communications of malware, there is no need to install, activate and trigger the actual malware to test against such malware - all time consuming and security risk-prone activities. Penataur provides top-notch test capabilities and performance including speed, efficiency, reliability and security.

 
 

Malware Signatures

SecneurX generates malware signatures for Network Intrusion Detection and Protection Systems. These signatures are automatically generated by SecneurX’s AI/ML-based system. SecneurX’s technology optimizes the speed of signature generation as well as signature size and efficiency, thereby optimizing the performance of signature dependent Network Intrusion Detection and Protection Systems.