passive heuristics

What are Heuristics?

It is generally well-understood that antimalware programs—the software which detects computer viruses, worms, trojan horses and other threats to your system—work by scanning files using signatures they already have. A signature could be as simple as a string[i] (like using the "find" command in your word processor to locate a particular piece of text) or as

Global Threat Report

You may be aware that in addition to our semi-annual global threat trends reports, we also do a monthly report. Much of this report is trend analysis based on data from our ThreatSense.Net threat tracking system. ThreatSense.Net® is an advanced threat tracking system which reports detection statistics from tens of millions of client computers around the

AV-Comparatives Retrospective Test (and a Word about False Positives)

Retrospective or “frozen” testing involves testing the ability of one or more products to detect threats proactively, using techniques such as advanced heuristics rather than signature detection.

Hybrid Detection: I have seen the future…

whitelisting itself is hybrid…And it works best as one layer of a defensive strategy, at any rate in the version of the internet in which we currently find ourselves.

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