Protect against unknown & sophisticated threats
Prevent damage to data & assets
Reduce reputational risk
Reduce operational burden
CISOs / IT Managers
Automate responses on
Reduce alerts & false positives
Protect remote employees
Adapt to changes in IT environments
costs & resources
Deceptive Bytes provides an innovative solution against threats in enterprises’ most critical and exposed assets, their endpoints!
The solution creates dynamic & deceptive information which interferes with any attempt to recon the environment and deters the attacker from executing its malicious intents, through all the stages of compromise in the Attack Kill Chain – covering advanced & sophisticated malware techniques, constantly making sure all the endpoints & data in the enterprise are secured.
Making malware believe it’s in an unattractive/hostile environment to attack and reducing the chances of a successful attack.
For example, creating a sandbox/VM environment which deter malware.
Actively responding to threats as they evolve, changing the outcome of the attack through all the stages of the Endpoint Kill Chain.
For example, deceiving and stopping Ransomware, thinking it succeeded encrypting the files as the solution safeguard them.
Identifying & preventing legitimate apps being used for malicious operations.
For example, stopping execution of powershell/command line initiated from word/excel files that are used by attackers to infect the endpoint.
- ✓ Prevents unknown and sophisticated threats
✓ Very high prevention and detection rates
✓ Real time detection & response
- ✓ System-wide protection with pinpoint handling
✓ Deploys in seconds & Easy to operate
✓ Low resource usage (CPU, memory & disk) - No UX impact
- ✓ NO constant updates
✓ Operates in stand-alone/disconnected & VDI environments
✓ Stops millions of threats using only 1 evasion technique
- ✓ High stability - operates in User-mode
✓ Triggering high-fidelity alerts
✓ Low to non-existing false positive rate
Latest news from our blog
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#1 – Agentless is not really agentless While it’s true that with agentless products you don’t install the vendor’s components on the endpoint itself, the vendor’s server still utilizes existing OS functionality and built-in “agent” to perform the security tasks that are usually implemented in a dedicated agent. This means that the endpoint’s resources are Read more about Endpoint protection & misconceptions[…]
Deceptive Bytes, a leading endpoint deception company that enables enterprises the ability to prevent cyber attacks in real time, announces it was recognized as a Gartner “Cool Vendor” in its 2019 “Cool Vendors in Security Operations and Threat Intelligence” report. “We were excited to hear Deceptive Bytes was recognized as a Gartner Cool Vendor in Read more about Deceptive Bytes recognized as a Gartner Cool Vendor in 2019![…]
OK, maybe not all of them, but here’s the story.. Last month Microsoft released its usual OS updates to Windows on what is known to be Patch Tuesday. Not long after reports started to appear regarding machines freezing that are unable to load after a reboot. It turned out to be an issue with several Read more about AVs: The Windows update that broke them all![…]
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) are considered the next evolution in computer science as they allow computers to perform complex decisions and tasks that were up until now reserved to humans. Their potential is so powerful that films such as The Terminator depict how they become smarter than their creators, turn against humanity Read more about Why ML/AI is not cyber and endpoint security savior[…]
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In our last two posts we’ve shown how vendors like Symantec and Microsoft (among others) miss detecting threats due to the nature of how their engines operate. So how do malware authors know if an environment is safe for them to attack or not? There are plenty of indicators about a system that they check Read more about Tricks used by malware authors to protect their malicious code from detection[…]
Symantec’s Endpoint Protection is not the only Anti-malware engine that has issues related to detection, as we stated before. We have found issues with Microsoft’s Windows Defender engine, which is integrated into Windows since Vista. Test-case: Microsoft Windows Defender Let’s look at Windows Defender and cases where it missed detecting potential threats. Malicious macros In Read more about Deceptive Bytes found detection issues in Microsoft’s Windows Defender[…]
In previous posts we explained that traditional Anti-malware software is not working anymore and we gave tips on how to improve your security with non-security tools. But why is your Anti-malware not enough? One of the reasons is that it doesn’t handle changes too well (which is commonplace knowledge among security experts). Background Malware uses Read more about Deceptive Bytes found detection issues in Symantec Endpoint Protection[…]