Stopping Web-delivered Malware

Over 90% of undetected attacks come through the web. Most of those attacks install malware on the user’s computer. From there attackers can compromise internal servers and data. Enterprise security requires protection against this web-delivered malware.

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Preventing Targeted Web Attacks

Highly targeted attacks are the new favorite technique of sophisticated hackers, but they can’t target people or corporations that they can’t identify. Targeted web attacks can be completely avoided by preventing websites from identifying your users.

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Protecting Against Spear Phishing Links

Most spear phishing emails now use links to malware instead of infected attachments. Attachments are easy to scan and remove. The links lead to websites that automatically attack the user’s computer. Securing the browser protects against these attacks.

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Stopping Passive Information Leakage

Every action users take on the web provides information about the company’s interests and plans. Their behavior can expose sensitive R&D and M&A activities. Preventing websites from identifying users ensures that passive information leakage is stopped.

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Eliminating Drive-by Downloads

Attackers can install malware on a computer without the user clicking any links or seeing any notifications. Simply visiting a website or seeing a weaponized banner ad automatically installs the files on the user’s computer. By completely isolating the browser, the business is protected from these attacks.

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