Among common vulnerabilities and exploits (CVEs), memory-exploiting zero-day attacks are the most difficult to defend against and make up 80% of all CVEs. This is the kind that gave us the Spectre vulnerability and breached Equifax.
Polymorphing your Linux OS immediately protects against 100% of all memory-based vulnerabilities, removing the race to patch and stopping attacks before they start.
Secure all major Linux distributions, including Red Hat, Alpine, CentOS, Fedora, Ubuntu, SUSE and Debian.
30-40% reduction in patch time
Ultimate protection against memory-based vulnerabilities
Reduces overall cost of security
If humans were identical clones like operating systems are today, then any virus could have caused our extinction. Polymorphing immunizes your entire software stack through continuous binary diversity.
Memory-based attacks take aim at specific function locations, CPU registers and other targets. Polymorphing randomly changes all of these targeting details at the binary level. Polymorphing takes source code and runs it through a polymorphic compiler, changing register usage, function locations, import tables and other targets. This produces individually unique binaries that are semantically equivalent to the source. Polymorphing applies the compiler to the totality of the Linux stack.
You receive the unique binaries through a standard package repository for your favorite version of Linux. Then simply add Polyverse to the front of your mirror list, and you're protected.
Polymorphing provides immunity from zero-day, code-execution, buffer overflow, and memory-based attacks and can be applied everywhere from embedded IoT or edge computing devices, to containerized cloud native applications and also virtualized or physical data center environments. Polymorphing can be installed on Google Cloud, AWS or Microsoft Azure.
Polymorphing stops zero-day memory exploits without altering function, performance or operations of your OS.
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“Moving to that stable cadence for patching has given us a 30 to 40 percent benefit in terms of optimization and efficiency around our workflows.”
— Jeremy Russell | Director of DevOps
“I will sleep easier at night with the knowledge that PlayNetwork's critical infrastructure and network of devices in the field are protected by Polyverse's Polymorphing solution and supported by the Polyverse team of experts.”
— Josh Thomas | SVP of Technology
"Our collaboration has proven one of the world’s most cyber-resilient Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM) platforms available today; we call it “Micro Focus ArcSight on Polyverse.” Combining full stack security from the kernel up through the application, using a combination of Polymorphing and fortifying the application life cycle, Micro Focus will be able to support our sensitive-mission customers with a powerful and now cyber-resilient SIEM."
— Rob Roy | CTO
Micro Focus Government Solutions
"Polyverse is hands down the highest ROI cybersecurity tool on the market. With a one-click, “fire and forget” installation process, Polyverse eliminates 100% of memory based cyber-attacks. There is nothing easier or more effective to protect your systems from remote cyberattacks."
— Paul Weidow | President/Founder
"Polyverse is recognized for creating unprecedented resilience against cyberattacks by making the software on every computer unique and diverse. Polyverse’s ability to eliminate zero days, employ Polymorphing, and eliminate code-injection with polyscripting makes the company a leader in preventative cybersecurity. Polyverse makes each operating system instance unique at a memory and stack level, which means the attacker’s investment in hacking the first operating system cannot be applied to the next. This technology breaks the economic model of malicious hacking at its core."
— David Campbell | CEO
Tech Ascension Awards
"We see the sophistication of attacks generally increasing, including the use of memory-based and fileless techniques. From a defense perspective, it’s usually better to look at ways of mitigating the impact of broad attack classes rather than focusing on individual attacks. With that in mind, we see approaches such as Polymorphing as an interesting avenue of defense for organizations to consider as they deploy security across their environments."
— Fernando Montenegro | Security Analyst
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