VirusTotal Adds Support for CrowdStrike and Invincea Scanners

Google announced last week it was adding two new engines, CrowdStrike and Invincea, to its malware scanning platform VirusTotal. Both are part of the new wave of next-gen anti-malware products that rely on machine learning algorithms to analyze behavior and network activity in order to detect anomalies and flag malware. The news is of great importance if we take a look at how a Google announcement from May has changed the antivirus market in the last three months. Google kicked out VirusTotal freeloaders in May On May 4, Google published new API access rules on the VirusTotal blog. Google kicked out all security companies that were using VirusTotal’s API to scan suspicious files and present the results to their clients, as they would be a real antivirus. Google limited access…


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