November 22, 2018
TRAPMINE, a European next-generation endpoint security company, today announced the integration of its machine learning-powered malware detection engine into VirusTotal. VirusTotal, a subsidiary of Google, is a free service that analyzes suspicious files and URLs and facilitates the quick detection of viruses, worms, trojans, and other kinds of malicious content.
Trapmine’s machine learning engine developed to identify known and never-before-seen malware. This engine is a part of TRAPMINE Endpoint Detection & Protection Platform which combines behavior monitoring, exploit prevention, machine learning and endpoint deception techniques to provide fool-proof defense against malware, exploit attempts, file-less malware, ransomware and other forms of targeted attacks.
By integrating with VirusTotal, Windows executable files submitted to VirusTotal will be analyzed by Trapmine’s AI engine and the verdicts will be displayed to VirusTotal users.
“VirusTotal plays an important role in the fight against cyber threats. Trapmine is honored to contribute to anti-malware and security community by integrating its technology into VirusTotal." said Celil UNUVER, CEO at TRAPMINE.
All new scanners joining Google’s VirusTotal community need to prove a certification and/or independent reviews from security testers according to best practices of Anti-Malware Testing Standards Organization (AMTSO). MRG Effitas, an AMTSO member independent organization, alsothe ability of Trapmine’s Machine Learning Engine to detect malware.
More information about the VirusTotal's integration with TRAPMINE can be found on the and
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