VirusTotal, the famous multi-antivirus scanning service owned by Google, recently announced new threat detection capabilities it added with the help of an Israeli cybersecurity firm.
VirusTotal provides a free online service that analyzes suspicious files and URLs to detect malware and automatically shares them with the security community. With the onslaught of new malware types and samples, researchers rely on the rapid discovery and sharing provided by VirusTotal to keep their companies safe from attacks.
VirusTotal relies on a continuous stream of new malware discoveries to protect its members from significant damage.
Cynet, the creator of the autonomous breach protection platform, has now integrated its Cynet Detection Engine into VirusTotal.
The benefits of this partnership are twofold. First, Cynet provides the VirusTotal partner network cutting-edge threat intelligence from its ML-based detection engine (CyAI) that actively protects the company’s clients around the globe.
CyAI is a continuously learning and evolving detection model that routinely contributes information about new threats that are not available in VirusTotal. Although many vendors are using AI/ML…