Last line of defense (from Antivirus to Anti-Hacking)

The tBox system puts the user activity in the special environment, which provides two key factors: isolation and self-monitoring. All transactions by a vulnerable application occur only in the current, isolated disposable container. At the same time the behavior of all running programs within each container is continuously analyzed. This process uses a unique technology of an in-depth analysis of the functionality of the programs.

Each container is controlled by a special DDD Agent (deploy, detect, destroy), which deploys the application in a container where malicious functionality is detected and malicious objects are deleted.

This approach allows us to detect and assures the prevention of malicious programs (codes) intrusion into the computer's operating system.

Customer Benefits

For the end user our product ensures safety in those situations (modes), when the typical anti-virus software can not guarantee safe operation, for example, installation of a suspicious, unknown drivers, zero-day attacks through a compromised legitimate website, targeted phishing, zero-day malware, etc.

tBox’s isolation addresses human factor issues (human error) by having all user actions with vulnerable applications (web browsing, reading USB flash, etc.) take place only in the current, isolated, disposable container and will not cause any damage to the operating system itself. Isolation alone is not enough to solve the problem of vulnerability, because the object is likely to harm even during a single session (eg, spyware).

tBox’s autonomy solves the problem of vulnerabilities (zero-day attacks) by continuously analyzing the behavior of all programs running inside of each container. It uses a unique deep behavioral analysis technology of the functionality of the program, designed by a Kazakh scientist in USA. This technology allows to detect complex or hidden malicious activity. Each container has its exclusive system of intrusion detection, optimized for every application type.