Countless threats

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Cash out ransomware, cure viruses and malware, and

strike-out zero day exploits from one unified security client

Now that's a payday...


What makes us different from most?

"Zero Trust" Protection

Unlike industry-typical antiviruses, our security client protects you from anything unfamiliar, not just that which is known as dangerous, leaving you free to brave the unknown.

3rd Party Verdicts

Just because we haven't caught a threat yet, doesn't mean you're not shielded from it. We check verdicts from over 50 3rd party security providers.

No Unexpected Extras

Unlike other vendors, we don't include crypto-mining tools or advertisements inside the client, meaning it starts fast and stays fast. Included modules start only by choice.

HyperFrequent Updates

We update our file watch-lists as we hunt, meaning as soon as it's found, it's updated; no intervention needed.


Get the most out of your security solution

  • 📦Complete Containment

  • ☁️Cloud-Based Architecture

  • 👁️Proactive Security Monitoring

  • 🚩Host-Integrated Firewall

  • 🎱Cross-Vendor Verdicts

Prevents unknowns instantly through denying write access privileges of any unknowns

Zero-trust containment allows any untrusted (but harmless) applications (aka “unknowns”) the freedom to operate, while all untrusted (and potentially malicious) applications are prevented from damaging your PC or data. Malware and ransomware threats may make it on to an endpoint, this is inevitable, but they will be rendered absolutely incapable of damaging or breaching that endpoint to move laterally across your network to other hosts or critical assets.

In this example, less does mean more.

With a lightweight, simplistic UI and few branching services, our security client and intelligence sensor use your usage patterns to optimize scanning frequency and intensity. With on-device containment, unknown files picked up during periods of high resource usage or loss of network availability don't get a free pass; they're kept in virtualized lockup until they can be identified and actioned.

Less false positives; more effective intelligence

Rather than generating automated false positives that frustrate you, we take advantage of ZeroDwell to investigate suspicious events that are not determinable locally without analyst intervention. Files are only "killed" and removed from the device upon analyst confirmation of malicious content, making you spend less time fishing useful programs out of Quarantine.

Firewalls don't belong buried in settings pages

Manage traffic allowed and blocked, incoming and outgoing on your machine; isolate your machine from your network at-will, and guard your machine from resource scanning on non-aligned corporate networks.

It's okay to play nice in the security industry

We compare threats to over 50 3rd-party MSSP threat lists, including AegisLab, Agnitum, AhnLab-V3, Alibaba, ALYac, Antiy-AVL, Arcabit, Avast, AVG, Avira, AVware, Baidu-International, BitDefender, Bkav, ByteHero, CAT-QuickHeal, ClamAV, CMC, Cyren, DrWeb, Emsisoft, ESET-NOD32, Fortinet, F-Prot, F-Secure, GData, Ikarus, Jiangmin, Kaspersky, K7AntiVirus, K7GW, Malwarebytes, McAfee, McAfee-GW-Edition, Microsoft, MicroWorld-eScan, NANO-Antivirus, nProtect, Panda, Qihoo-360, Rising, Sophos, SUPERAntiSpyware, Symantec, Tencent, TheHacker, TotalDefense, TrendMicro, TrendMicro-HouseCall, VBA32, VIPRE, ViRobot, Webroot, Zillya, Zoner, and more...


Need clarification?

What is a "nextgen" AntiVirus?

While there isn’t an "exact" definition of what a product marketed as an "NGAV" must include, most experts agree it needs to go beyond the signature-based detection of traditional antivirus and use advanced technology to detect the threats traditional antivirus was missing.

Four general checkpoints of quality for an NGAV solution, vendor regardless, are as follows:

  • NGAV solutions should provide protection for next-generation attacks (behavior-based detection of zero-day exploits, shellcode inspection, fileless payloads).
  • NGAV solutions should use cloud-based or built-in AI learning to detect suspicious activity independent of hash and signature inspection, a technique made gradually more ineffective by open source malware availability increasing. Open source = custom versions = unique file signatures = starting detection timeline all over again.
  • NGAV softwares should incorporate endpoint detection and response (EDR), even if it's just as a passive threat or intelligence listener.
  • NGAV softwares should utilize cloud-based analytics and intelligence for aggressive detection and wide-scale mitigation.

What are the differences?

A "next-gen" antivirus (NGAV) and a classic, file-blacklist-based antivirus (CFBA) are two distinct types of antivirus solutions with significant differences in their approach and capabilities.

  • A CFBA relies on a database of known malware signatures or patterns (blacklist/blocklist/denylist) to detect and block malicious files. When a user downloads a file, it is compared to the blacklist and if there is a match or similarity with a known malware pattern, the CFBA blocks the file from executing. It is a reactive approach that classically only detects and blocks known threats. However, it may not detect new or zero-day malware that has never been seen before.
  • On the other hand, an NGAV incorporates a range of advanced detection techniques, such as machine learning algorithms and behavior-based analysis, to identify both known and unknown malware. It monitors the behavior of the file, looks for suspicious activities, and can identify potential threats before they cause harm. More advanced NGAV solutions use techniques such as sandboxing, semi-automated threat hunting/threat hunt prompting, and predictive analysis to identify zero-day and fileless attacks that CFBA may miss.

Does this work with other security tools?

If you have an active antivirus or antimalware service running on your PC, you should uninstall it prior to installing ours. Many antimalware tools include something known as "Tamper Protection" - and equally, to scan for viruses, antiviruses have to tamper with files to figure out what exactly they are, and what they do.

TLDR: Our antivirus cannot be used with another active antivirus/antimalware engine.

However, our security client can be used alongside industry-trusted EDR agents, as well as our own, and will not interfere with them.

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