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Detecting Zero Day

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December 18, 2018

Zero-day malware attacks have foiled cybersecurity experts because such malware is devised to evade certain techniques they’ve come to rely upon. According to Check Point Threat Intelligence, unknown malware attacks are capable of bypassing an organization’s spam and web filters over ten times a day, but that organization has developed a response that can detect evasive malware before it can discharge its destructive payload. A 12-5 blog graphically describes how this “advanced sandboxing” combated a real-world attack using shared threat intelligence, consolidated security management and multi-vector security technologies, after intentionally allowing the malware to penetrate the forensic host.

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