Feb. 6, 2024, 8:55 a.m. | MalBot

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Security systems assign generic threat labels to files that appear malicious but don’t exactly match any known threat. Let’s discuss why and when this happens. 


When antivirus, SIEM, or SOAR products scan files for signs of malware, they use several methods, including signature-based detection. This approach involves comparing the hash of the file being checked against a database of known malware threats, like ANY.RUN’s Threat Intelligence


When an antivirus detects a file, whose signature exactly matches the signature …

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