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Traditional cybersecurity assumes that perfection is possible, and that patches, firewalls and antivirus solutions are sufficient to protect against increasingly complex attacks. The reality is very different: traditional cyber-defenses are powerless against modern zero-day and supply-chain cyberattacks.

Polyverse’s groundbreaking Polymorphing and Polyscripting technologies provide protection against zero-day attacks, unpatched systems, and even complex supply-chain attacks. Best of all, it works seamlessly in your DevSecOps environment, with no impact on performance or operational procedures.

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Comprehensive Linux security with Polymorphing

Secure your new and legacy operating systems to protect against zero-day and memory-based attacks, regardless of whether you (or we) know about them.

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Code-injection protection with Polyscripting

Secure your PHP-based sites against code-injection attacks—the biggest web-application security risk.

Supply-chain protection with the Polymorphic Build Farm

Build an entire Polymorphic Linux ecosystem, from bootloader to kernel to your apps, enabling full supply-chain integrity over every byte of software in your system.

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