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Find Security Vulnerabilities You Didn't Know You Had
CodeHunter picks up where other cybersecurity solutions leave off, adding an essential layer of protection to your security stack. Detect known malware and analyze malicious, suspicious, or potentially dangerous behavior buried deep in your code — with exceptional speed. No signatures. No source code.
Those Other "Solutions" Need Source Code & Signatures? That’s Cute.
Manually or programmatically upload executable files into CodeHunter to detect potentially dangerous code.
CodeHunter first identifies known malware behaviors, then dissects unknown files to uncover potentially problematic behaviors.
Finally, CodeHunter generates actionable results with an automated process that maps code behaviors using multiple industry standards, such as the MITRE ATT&CK® Matrix and MAEC™.
Discover Vulnerabilities That the Competition Just Can’t Find
Reduce cybersecurity risk.
Use our patented technology to automate the process of reverse-engineering and rigorously analyze everything from individual files to network drives and cloud storage buckets. Build a defense so automated that even your intern becomes a cybersecurity expert.
INCREASE PROACTIVE RESPONSE
Identify Suspicious Behaviors and Unreported Malware Faster
Reduce time to discovery.
Reduce response time from days to minutes or hours. CodeHunter does the work of an experienced team of malware reverse engineers at record speed so you can focus on the rest of your job while we detect new threats.
Upskill Your Cybersecurity Workforce
Reduce the cybersecurity skills gap.
CodeHunter empowers your entire tech team (even that one guy who desperately tries to look busy all day) to rapidly identify otherwise undiscoverable cybersecurity threats.
Cybersecurity Expert & Adjunct Professor at Georgetown University
"CodeHunter's approach is the kind of future-leading technology we need: Analysis that can predict malicious behavior instead of waiting for malware to be found and cataloged before we can do something about it."
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