DeepArmor (AI Antimalware from SparkCognition)

Discussion in 'Security software releases' started by Gabbs, Jul 26, 2017.


Have you tried DeepArmor?

  1. Yes, the product has been impressive

  2. Yes, the product needs much improvements to be called good

  3. No, it seems interesting

  4. No, AI/ML based protections are a no-no for now

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  1. Gabbs

    Gabbs Member

    Official page:

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    Features overview:
    > cognitive approach to malware prevention
    > leverages machine learning, natural language processing and AI algorithms to analyze files
    > provide signature-free security
    > indicates the threat confidence via a threat score percentage
    > saves some protection models offline (for offline detection)

    DeepArmor has trained on millions of malicious and benign files and provides industry-leading protection against a broad spectrum of threats. With millions of new malware variants showing up each month, DeepArmor provides signature-free peace of mind.
    Our machine learning approach provides the most advanced protection against zero-day and polymorphic threats.

    Besides the three available product lines as mentioned in the above poster, IoT protection is also a provision.

    The working of the Enterprise solution is illustrated:
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    There are a few limitations as to the attack vectors covered, however, most of the known ones are covered or under development.
    You can still apply at the link for a Beta drive of the Home version or a demo of the Enterprise; the home version said to be available for a limited time only.
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  3. Gabbs

    Gabbs Member

    I couldn't find a post related to DeepArmor, hence decided to share it here :)
    I've tested this product earlier and here are some screenshots. It also looks after the action sequence and thus may block a system app when deemed to perform unsafe activity:
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    Also, I found via their newsletter how it blocked Petya (enterprise):
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    From my experience, it has way to many FPS in case of safe apps that run on a low level for a single action or as a utility.
    It does help with assurance though on detection by multiple solutions!

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