RAM Application Scanner

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RAM Application Scanner

Application whitelisting technologies only allow pre-approved programs, executables, libraries, and services which are recorded on a whitelist to run on a system while blocking everything else from execution.

Features of RAM Application  Scanner:

  • Abundance of security checks
  • Unknown Application Removal
  • protect pc and networks from harmful applications.
  • scanning offers a way to find application backdoors, malicious code and other threats
  • Technical support
  • Highly detailed, well-structured reports

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Ram application scanner checks your system for suspicious malware files. This is an independent analysis of the signature. Malware is not detected by the signature but by built-in intelligence based on behavior monitoring and static file analysis. It supports on site security testing software that identifies vulnerabilities in web applications and helps you maximize the efficiency of your distributed team of IT, development, and security personnel.

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Ram Application Whitelisting

Conventional antivirus solutions mainly rely on signatures to detect and block malicious programs. Contrary to whitelisting solutions they basically work by blacklisting known bad signatures while permitting execution of everything else. Whitelisting application asks the question if it is not much more effective to just keep track of the “good software” which is wanted and should be allowed to execute on a specific system while blocking everything else.

Application Scan

The technologies used to enforce application whitelist to control which applications are permitted to be installed or executed on a host are called application whitelisting technologies. Application whitelisting technologies are intended to stop the execution of malware and other unauthorized software. Unlike security technologies such as antivirus software, which use blacklists to block known bad activity and permit all other, application whitelisting technologies are designed to permit known good activity and block all other.

There are Two Operational Runtime Modes in Whitelisting Technologies

Audit mode

Whitelisting project should start with a thorough evaluation of the organizational and technical preconditions of the landscape in order to determine whether it is suitable for whitelisting. Especially if huge parts of the staff are equipped with administrative privileges and are used to installing and using anything, a restrictive whitelisting project can cause severe frictions. In this case a time consuming cultural change would be necessary. Another option would be to first focus on high risk and critical systems.

Enforcement mode

Automatically permits execution of whitelisted items and blocks execution of blacklisted items. There are different forms of enforcement mode, which are differentiated by how they handle items that are not whitelisted or blacklisted. These forms include the following:

  1. Whitelist enforcement permits only whitelist items to be executed and blocks execution of all others.
  2. User prompting asks the user to accept or reject each attempt to execute a file that is not whitelisted or blacklisted.
  3. Blacklist enforcement blocks execution of blacklisted items but allows everything else to be executed.