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Joe Sandbox Mail Monitor 2.0

As a security professional working in a SOC, CERT or CIRT, you are constantly bombarded with requests from end users asking if the e-Mail attachment they received is safe to open or not. This kind of requests have recently increased with the last Emotet trojan malspam campaign using Word or PDF attachments as a lure: In most cases, you would take the e-mail and submit it to Joe Sandbox in order to check if it is malicious. If the document analysis shows signs of maliciousness, you would consequently inform the end user. Wouldn't it be nice if this whole process could be automated so that you can focus on more important tasks? In this regards, we have good news for you! Joe Sandbox Mail Monitor may be exactly what you are looking for.


Generic Unpacking Detection

Malware authors use a wide range of techniques to avoid detection by security tools. One of the most used techniques is packing. This powerful procedure allows attackers to bypass static signature detection, an important defense line of Antivirus products. Unpacking is the process of restoring the original malware code and is considered a hot topic for academic research due to its complexity.


Scorch Malware with Joe Sandbox Fire Opal

We're nearing the end of 2018 and with that, we proudly release the latest Joe Sandbox update: version 24 - code name Fire Opal! This release is packed with an enormous amount of new features and interesting enhancements that will skyrocket the analysis power of Joe Sandbox. Our Joe Sandbox Cloud Pro, Basic and OEM servers have already been upgraded to Fire Opal a couple of days ago. Even though we're excited about every aspect of this release, in this blog post we will highlight only a few of our favorite Joe Sandbox Fire Opal features. 77 New Behavior Signatures With the latest signatures update, Joe Sandbox precisely detects the latest threats and evasions! New signatures include detection of Gootkit, GrandCrab, AZORult, Darkcomet RAT and more: Ubuntu 18.


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