PLEX tested the ability of publicly known exploits vulnerabilities in against three vulnerably configured WordPress® websites protected by Polverse’s Polyscripting engine.
Research indicates that the vulnerabilities attackers will most commonly leverage to exploit systems are buffer-overflow bugs.
Polyverse technology protects financial services companies against systemic threats from memory-based and scripting exploits.
See a polymorphed system stop a memory-based attack while an unpolymorphed system fail to do so.
Learn how Polymorphing for Linux works in this technical whitepaper.
Polymorphing for Linux configures your existing system with uniquely scrambled binaries without affecting the functionality of the system or its performance.
LegalShield expands its protection for patched and unpatched critical systems with Polyverse Polymorphing for Linux.
The Polymorphing Build Farm for Government is a revolution in cyber-protection that increases security while decreases costs.
In this paper, we aim to provide some clarity by explaining why patch gaps exist, the true risks involved, and why the time frame for exposure is much longer than many think.
See how Polyscripting stops code injection attacks in this short video.
Polyverse Polymorphing is a leading-edge cybersecurity technology that builds diversity across multiple system dimensions, increasing complexity and cost for attackers and stopping attacks before they start.
Polyverse Polyscripting for PHP is a ground-breaking technology that can be applied easily at the programming language compilation level providing game-changing protection.
In order to keep you and your organization as secure as possible we added Multi Factor Authentication (MFA), to your Polyverse account portal.
This paper demonstrates how to integrate Polymorphing for Linux into a GitHub project, giving your projects powerful yet simple security protection.
If all humans were clones, any virus would have led to our extinction. This is what happens to computers today. Polyverse adds diversity to your OS and stops memory based attacks.
This survey provides a detailed overview from MIT on the different types of cyber moving-target techniques including a section on Polyverse’s technology.
451 Research data shows newer approaches, such as Moving Target Defense, can embed security in the IT infrastructure and result in significant gains in time, skills and resources.
Polyscripting scrambles the programming language so hackers are unable to inject any malicious code.
Securing your security information and event management (SIEM) software with polymorphic Moving Target Defense (MTD) technology.
At a startup, everything is important all the time. This video goes over methods to effectively create lightweight concrete execution plans.
Kiley Williams goes from explaining how to craft a memory-based attack, into how to thwart it, and what a real-world application of Polymorphing for Linux looks like.
Morgan Hein discusses a new Open Source tool, EnVisen, which lets you view the exported symbols and ROP gadget surface area of your binaries in a visually-rich and purposeful way.
This study conclusively demonstrated the resiliency of Polyverse’s Moving-Target Defense technology against web-application and remote-code exploit attacks.
Polyverse offers a predictable licensing model for Government and Enterprise organizations with the option to purchase through your preferred route.
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