Tuesday, 21 March 2017

VirusTotal += Symantec Mobile Insight

We welcome the Symantec Mobile Insight scanner to VirusTotal. This engine is specialized in Android and reinforces the participation of Symantec that already had a multi-platform scanner in our service. In the words of the company:

"Symantec Mobile Insight is a comprehensive mobile security service capable of identifying suspicious and malicious apps using a broad array of endpoint-based and cloud-hosted techniques. These techniques blend traditional code and behavior analysis with cutting edge similarity and machine learning applications. Leveraging analysis of over 50 million apps and telemetry from millions of endpoints on a daily basis, we're able to provide superior protection. Our App Advisor technology can help end users identify malware and other unwanted apps on the App Store, prior to installation.

Symantec has expressed its commitment to follow the recommendations of AMTSO and, in compliance with our policy, facilitates this review by AV-TEST, an AMTSO-member tester.

Wednesday, 15 March 2017

VirusTotal += SentinelOne

We welcome the SentinelOne scanner to VirusTotal. This is a machine learning engine from the US. In the words of the company:

"SentinelOne (Static ML) is a machine learning engine designed to identify unknown malware. It is part of SentinelOne’s unique offering of a multi-layer detection and prevention agent – utilizing behavioral monitoring and static analysis that is capable of keeping organizations ahead of any advanced threat in real-time. SentinelOne protects Windows, OS X and Linux-based endpoint devices against advanced malware, exploits and fileless attacks.

SentinelOne has expressed its commitment to follow the recommendations of AMTSO and, in compliance with our policy, facilitates this review by MRG Effitas, an AMTSO-member tester.

Tuesday, 7 March 2017

VirusTotal += Palo Alto Networks

We welcome Palo Alto Networks (Known Signatures) to VirusTotal. This scanner was developed by Palo Alto Networks, headquartered in Santa Clara, CA. In the words of the company:

"Palo Alto Networks is the next-generation security company, leading a new era in cybersecurity by safely enabling applications and preventing cyber breaches for tens of thousands of organizations worldwide. Built with an innovative approach and highly differentiated cyberthreat prevention capabilities, our game-changing security platform delivers superior security, safely enables daily business operations, and protects an organization's most valuable assets. The Palo Alto Networks (Known Signatures) scanner was built for VirusTotal to identify malicious files by comparing Windows portable executables (PE) file indicators against antivirus signatures from the Palo Alto Networks Threat Intelligence Cloud. The scanner is not a commercially available product, but leverages all of Palo Alto Networks known malicious antivirus signatures.

Palo Alto Networks has expressed its commitment to follow the recommendations of AMTSO and, in compliance with our policy, facilitates this review by SE Labs, an AMTSO-member tester.

Monday, 6 March 2017

VirusTotal += Check Point

We welcome ZoneAlarm to VirusTotal. This is a consumer security solution developed by Check Point Software Technologies. Ltd., a company with worldwide headquarters in Tel Aviv, Israel, and US headquarters in San Carlos, CA. In the words of the company:

"ZoneAlarm is a comprehensive, multilayered security suite that stops the toughest viruses, spyware and hackers. Award-winning protection includes Advanced Real-Time Antivirus, Advanced Firewall, Anti-Spyware, Enhanced Browser Protection, Threat Emulation, Find My Laptop, Anti-Keylogger, Parental Controls, PC Tune-up and more.

Check Point has expressed its commitment to follow the recommendations of AMTSO and, in compliance with our policy, facilitates these reviews by NSS Labs, an AMTSO-member tester.