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Posted 26 April 2012 - 01:28 AM

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The MISbook runs malware on a real Windows system within a secure partition, and then uses both static and dynamic analysis to get full information about the malware and its payloads. A complete simulation of all network services can be included, to capture all internet activity, and corporate images, OS versions and applications can be pre-loaded.

The ValidEdge MISbook 2300 incorporates several analysis engines for classification, decryption, unpacking, reverse engineering, and combined dynamic and static analysis. Its partitions provide a secure environment to expose malware, allowing responders to fully grasp the malware's intention and learn what it was trying to target.

It will also identify any logic bombs hidden in the malware waiting for a trigger to cause damage at a later time. Once the new malware has been identified, security professionals receive several detailed reports about the behavior of the malware.



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