Blog Tag: Metadefender Cloud

MetaDefender for Jenkins and TeamCity: Secure Your Software Builds

January 14, 2022 by Vinh Lam, Senior Software Architect
Attacks on software supply chains can dramatically expand the potential distribution of malware. For example, threat actors can insert malware into the Python Package Index (PyPI) repository, exposing thousands of software development...

MetaDefender Core v5 - Now Available

November 30, 2021 by Ngoc Nguyen
Product Overview OPSWAT MetaDefender Core protects your organization by preventing advanced cybersecurity threats on multiple data channels. MetaDefender Core leverages several proprietary technologies, including Deep Content Disarm and...

Microsoft Reports Zero-Day CVE-2021-40444, and What You Can Do

September 16, 2021 by Vinh Lam, Senior Software Architect
The CVE-2021-40444 vulnerability can enable cybercriminals to gain remote control of a compromised system and create zero-day attacks in the wild. 

Evolution of Infrastructure: From Data Centers to Containers

July 12, 2021 by Thao Duong
Computing infrastructure has been evolving over the past decades to meet the demands of managing, collecting, and sharing data while mitigating risks.

MetaDefender Cloud Rescan API Deprecation Notice

March 03, 2021 by Petru Isfan
The MetaDefender Cloud Rescan API is being officially deprecated starting April 15th, 2021. Users are requested to stop using the rescan API as soon as possible. What is the Rescan API? MetaDefender Cloud stores files so that customers...

MetaDefender Prevents Emotet - The World’s Most Dangerous Malware

February 24, 2021 by Ngoc Nguyen
What is Emotet? Why is it dangerous? Emotet is an extraordinarily advanced and destructive family of malware, with the capability of escaping detection, dropping malware onto victims’ computer, and spreading to other connected devices....

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