October 30, 2023
The upcoming update will introduce feature upgrades for the sandbox’s API and the option to search for analysed objects by their respective file hashes. It will also deliver fixes for the service’s known defects.
Dr.Web vxCube analyses the behaviour of suspicious files by running them in an isolated virtual environment. It detects signs of system infection and promptly helps prevent even the most sophisticated attacks, including those involving advanced persistent threats (APT).
With Dr.Web vxCube, you can analyse objects under both Windows and Linux. You can also use the service to examine APK files (Android). The sandbox is available as a cloud-based service and an on-premise solution.
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