"Endgame is honored to contribute to the broader security community through its participation in VirusTotal," said Jamie Butler, CTO at Endgame. "The powerful malware detection and prevention engine we are contributing to VirusTotal is a key piece in preventing advanced attacks. Layered with other Endgame behavioral protections against exploitation, attacker techniques, and fileless attacks, customers stop advanced attacks before information is stolen or systems disrupted. We are pleased to share our malware detection technology to benefit the community and end-users."
Endgame's partnership with VirusTotal comes after a recent announcement that Endgame achieved 100% detection and zero percent false positive rates on Independent Antivirus Certification by SE Labs. Endgame also recently joined the Anti-Malware Testing Standards Organization (AMTSO) in order to help establish modern standards for the next generation of anti-malware testing.
More information about the VirusTotal's integration with Endgame can be found here and on the Endgame blog.
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