In this video CEO, Alex Gounares, explains the origins of Polyverse Polymorphic Linux and why it is important for software to be dynamic and unique.
Morgan Hein describes in detail what the Spectre vulnerability is, how it works and why its effective against every chip made in the last two decades.
A resilient system is one where breach is assumed, but has defenses designed such that the system can continue to operate safely and reliably.
Polyverse Polymorphic Linux uses Moving-Target Defense to strategically randomize memory layouts of the target application to stop memory exploitation attacks.
Methods to effectively create execution plans that have a finite cost, are realistic, provide a tangible measurable benefit, are cheap, and cover your bases with customers, investors, and regulators.
Kiley Williams goes from explaining how to craft a memory-based attack, into how to thwart it, and what a real-world application of Polymorphic 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.
These seven principles are guideposts to implementing agile security for software systems, from Internet of Things to cloud applications.
This study conclusively demonstrated the resiliency of Polyverse’s Moving-Target Defense technology against web-application and remote-code exploit attacks.