Intezer Analyze runs over a subscription-based SaaS service with pricing based on the number of daily file uploads contracted.
Intezer Analyze offers fast and reliable detection/classification of malware and unknown files. The majority of security systems today, whether driven by AI or machine learning, detect threats by searching for anomalies. These systems alert on suspicious activity, but produce many alerts and can be evaded by sophisticated attacks, which are designed to behave normally.
The product diagnoses cyberattacks by identifying the code origins of these threats, regardless of behavioral indicators which can provide a false sense of security if an attack doesn’t generate any noise. Identifying the source of the threat itself makes it exponentially harder for the attacker to launch a new attack in the future without being detected.
Within seconds, Intezer Analyze offers reverse engineering level insights into any suspicious file. It delivers malware classification, attribution, and string reuse, which offers threat intelligence analysts additional context and can help extract critical indicators of compromise.
“Intezer Analyze is like having a dozen reverse engineers on hand at all times,” the company wrote in its entry. “As such, the platform saves companies and their analysts precious reverse engineering and investigating time.”