Ransomware and other malicious software can copy or encrypt your files in a few minutes. Bodyguard uses a more logical approach to stop viruses and malware from affecting your business. CDR makes it impossible for known and unknown malware threats to execute and do any harm.
Zero-Day Attacks: Bodyguard protects against vulnerabilities that haven’t even been discovered yet
Macro Viruses: Malware embedded in trusted programs like Office are sanitized by Bodyguard
Fileless Malware: Even malware that hides in memory can’t sneak in since the original source is unable to run
Ransomware: With Bodyguard you dictate what comes in so there are no surprises
An infostealer is a type of malware that is specifically designed to steal sensitive information from an infected computer. This can include login credentials, financial information, personal identification documents, and other types of sensitive data.
Infostealers are often used as part of larger cyber attacks, where the stolen information is used to facilitate identity theft or other types of financial fraud. Some infostealers are also designed to steal information from specific types of software, such as browser history or email accounts. It is even used to steal logged in (browser) sessions to bypass multi-factor authentication.
Within a few seconds it is able to retrieve all information and send it to the attacker.
Bodyguard prevents infostealers from being executed by filtering and sanitizing downloads.
A supply chain has now emerged between hacker groups. In many ransomware cases, there has previously been another hacker group that originally gained access to the hacked organization. The access is sold on the dark web to ransomware groups that will carry out the next part of the attack.
These so-called brokers use various phishing techniques to lure an employee into opening a malicious file. Bodyguard's CDR for desktop makes it impossible for hackers to let the employee download and open these files.