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    Symantec Endpoint Protection v14.3

    Symantec Endpoint Protection Build v14.3.558.0000 (Client Only) Build date: 5th May 2020 Symantec Endpoint Protection combines Symantec AntiVirus with advanced threat prevention to deliver unmatched defense against malware for laptops, desktops and servers. Artificial intelligence fused with critical endpoint technologies deliver the most complete endpoint securityon the planet. SEP seamlessly integrates essential security technologies in a single agent and management console. In this way it inreases protection and helps lower total cost of ownership. Symantec Endpoint Protection protects networked critical systems and remote and mobile users from unwanted network intrusions and hackers, as well as from viruses, Trojans, and worms. Centralized policy management and response capabilities ease the administrative burden and lower the cost of managing security at the network, mobile, and remote client level. Integrated cyber defense stops tomorrow’s advanced threats as well as today’s Every endpoint is a launch pad for a cyber attack, no matter how it touches your network. Symantec’s multi-layered endpoint protection provides everything from file reputation and behavioral analysis to advanced machine learning AI. And Symantec Endpoint Protection 14 is the lightest and strongest endpoint protection on the market. Key Features: Superior Protection. Protection against threats with next-gen and essential technologies. Fed by the largest civilian global threat intelligence network in the world. High-Performance. A single console and high performance, lightweight agent reduces network bandwidth usage by 70% with smaller and less frequent definition file downloads. To protect the business without slowing down end users. Orchestrated Response. Easily integrate into existing security infrastructure like Proxy SG to maintain a high level of protection and speed response, quickly halting the spread of infection. Multi-layered Protection across the Attack Chain. A single integrated agent that combines artificial intelligence and next-gen security technologies. Such as Advanced Machine Learning, Memory Exploit Mitigation, Emulation for crypto-malware, Insight reputation analysis. Also the SONAR behavioral monitor with strong antivirus, firewall, intrusion prevention, application and device control. And is ERD ready! Seamless Migration – from previous versions of Symantec Endpoint Protection Build number: 14.3.558.0000 What's new in this version: Integration with Anti-malware Scan Interface (AMSI). Enhanced support for web applications with WSS PAC file redirection allows administrators to customize the proxy auto configuration file hosted by WSS Local Proxy Service. Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager and remote console now supports Java 11. External logging failover. Support for Windows 10 version 2004 and SQL Server 2019. Linux agent now supports Ubuntu 18.04, RHEL 8, and CentOS 8. Download x64 English Client Only: Site: https://www.mirrored.to Sharecode: /files/0C3HELEU/Symantec_Endpoint_Protection_14.3.0_Win64-bit_Client_EN.exe_links Download x32 English Client Only: Site: https://www.mirrored.to Sharecode: /files/XMOXLCSX/Symantec_Endpoint_Protection_14.3.0_Win32-bit_Client_EN.exe_links Download Linux Client Only: Site: https://www.mirrored.to Sharecode: /files/65HC8E9O/Symantec_Endpoint_Protection_14.3.0_Linux_Client_EN.zip_links Download latest (v14.3) Release Notes Site: https://www.mirrored.to Sharecode: /files/0Q8ONPIY/Release_Notes_SEP14.3.rar_links For new component versions in Symantec Endpoint Protection v14.3, do a search for: Article Id: 189620
  2. Symantec acquisition by Broadcom ends in license/support chaos Another short message for IT service providers and people who need licenses for Symantec security products. After Broadcom’s acquisition of Symantec, things are likely to go haywire and distributors will not be able to issue new licenses. Symantec Acquisition by Broadcom Symantec was sold some time ago for 10.7 billion US $ to the Broadcom. At the end of November 2019, I reported in my German article Symantec-Übernahme durch Broadcom abgeschlossen that Broadcom had declared the Symantec acquisition as completed. See also the above tweet from November 2019. So much for the background story. Something went terrible wrong In mid of February 2020 I received this German comment from blog reader Sileniu reporting a disturbing experience. Here is my translation: I spoke to Symantec support and a distributor and I am really speechless right now. Broadcom obviously doesn’t have the appropriate systems to manage license management. You can’t buy additional licenses right now! My distributor has about 1,200 customer inquiries that cannot be processed. There is exactly one more German-speaking member of the support staff, as apparently about half of the service MAs and developers have been laid off by Broadcom. Without words! After 15 years, I will probably have to look for alternatives for my customers. The Swiss site IT Reseller has published an article (in German) on this topic here. The IT magazine got the information from an anonymous source. The short version: During the company takeover, Symantec Switzerland is said to have experienced massive layoffs. In addition, resellers are no longer be able to purchase new licenses for Symantec products since the takeover. Quote from the article: A reseller of Symantec complains about huge problems with license purchase and license renewal In combination with the reader’s comment above, a conclusive picture emerges: Broadcom’s systems for managing these licenses simply cannot do this – licenses probably cannot be renewed when they expire, new licenses cannot be purchased. This is confirmed by the two sources above for Switzerland and Germany. It’s crashing worldwide There is also this comment in my German blog that refers to a Symantec forum discussion. But the link is broken because Broadcom redirects its own forums and all links break. You will be redirected on such linkt to the text page of Broadcom with the following content: Welcome to the Broadcom Community 3/2/20 – Please Read Update Over the weekend, we migrated all users and content from the Symantec Connect Community into the Broadcom Community. Based on permission changes, updates and overnight indexing, please expect Website slowdowns. Apologies for any inconvenience. @Jason McClellan Platform Manager Catalin Cimpanu has just pointed this out on Twitter – although I didn’t immediately understand it. But when I read the second tweet from Catalin Cimpanu, I got the right puzzle pieces together and see the whole image: So this is exactly the topic I mentioned above and discussed in the comments on the blog. And because of the forum redirection, the Symantec discussion posts at Broadcom have probably disappeared. So a complete failure – in my opinion, caused by the Broadcom management. Does the purchase pay off for Broadcom under these circumstances? Actually, Symantec customers can only flee under these circumstances, or how do you see it? Source: Symantec acquisition by Broadcom ends in license/support chaos (Born's Tech and Windows World)
  3. Symantec fixed an issue causing Blue Screens Of Death (BSOD) for customers running the company's Endpoint Protection Client software on Windows versions ranging from Windows 7 to Windows 10 per reports. According to users outlining the issue on Twitter, Reddit, and Symantec's support forums [1, 2], their Windows devices were impacted by BSODs after applying the October 14 intrusion prevention system (IPS) definitions. While Symantec did not provide official information regarding which Windows versions are impacted by this issue, customer reports say that at least Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10 systems are affected [1, 2, 3], with tens if not thousands of machines experiencing BSODs according to other accounts. New Intrusion Prevention signatures released "When run LiveUpdate, Endpoint Protection Client gets a Blue Screen Of Death (BSOD) indicates IDSvix86.sys/IDSvia64.sys is the cause of the exception BAD_POOL_CALLER (c2) or KERNEL_MODE_HEAP_CORRUPTION (13A)," acknowledged Symantec in a support article earlier today. "When BSOD happens, Intrusion Prevention signature version is 2019/10/14 r61," also added the company. Symantec later addressed this issue by releasing Intrusion Prevention signature version 2019/10/14 r62 which will be automatically applied when users will run LiveUpdate again. Users who haven't yet experienced any BSODs are advised to "rollback to an earlier known good content revision to prevent the BSOD situation," following the step-by-step definition rollback procedure detailed here. BSOD workarounds Customers who cannot apply the new signatures by running LiveUpdate on their systems can use the following workaround: Boot in Safe Mode and perform the following for x64 or x86 installations of SEP, Run sc config idsvia64 start= disabled or sc config idsviax86 start=disabled from cmd, Reboot in normal mode, Update the IPSdefs, Run sc config idsvia64 start= system or sc config idsviax86 start=system from cmd Reboot. Those who cannot grab the new definitions without a BSOD, can also grab the Network-Based Protection (IPS) update from here and install it offline. Source
  4. Microsoft removes August patch block on Win7/2008R2 systems running Norton, Symantec AV Symantec and Microsoft have come to an agreement about Symantec/Norton AV problems with the August Win7 and Server 2008 R2 patches. The block is gone, but questions remain. Nothing has changed, so why was it blocked in the first place? Thinkstock If you’re using Symantec Endpoint Protection or any Norton Antivirus product on a Windows 7 or Server 2008 R2 machine, you didn’t get the August patches. Shortly after the August Monthly Rollup and Security-only patches were released, Microsoft put a freeze on systems running Symantec or Norton antivirus products. The conflict stemmed from a long-anticipated change in the way Microsoft signed the August patches: Starting in August, all patches are signed using the SHA-2 encryption method. Somehow, Symantec didn’t get the message back in November that the shift was underway, and missed the deadline. Per Symantec (which owns the Norton brand): This issue is specific to Windows 7 SP1 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1. All currently available versions of Symantec Endpoint Protection are affected. … Out of an abundance of caution, Symantec and Microsoft worked together to only allow the update to be visible to versions of Symantec Endpoint Protection that fully support SHA-2 signed Windows executables replaced by this and future updates to Windows 7 SP1 and Windows 2008 R2 SP1. Yesterday, in a coordinated reveal, both Symantec and Microsoft say that all is now well. Symantec now says: Symantec has completed its evaluation of the impact of this update and future updates to Windows 7/Windows 2008 R2 and has determined that there is no increased risk of a false positive detection for all in-field versions of Symantec Endpoint Protection. Microsoft KB4512506/KB4512486 and future updates can be safely installed and the soft block was removed on August 27th, 2019. Microsoft has updated its Release Information Status page to say: The safeguard hold has been removed. Symantec has completed its evaluation of the impact of this update and future updates to Windows 7/Windows 2008 R2 and has determined that there is no increased risk of a false positive detection for all in-field versions of Symantec Endpoint Protection and Norton antivirus programs. See the Symantec support article for additional detail and please reach out to Symantec or Norton support if you encounter any issues. The change applies to KB 4512506 — the August Monthly Rollup KB 4512486 — the August Security-only update KB 4512514 — the preview of next month’s Monthly Rollup As best I can tell, there were no changes made to either the Symantec or the Microsoft products. Only took ‘em two weeks. AskWoody poster RDRGuy nails it by asking: Now the real question is, was there ever any problem with Symantec Endpoint Protection not being able to properly handle the Windows 7 SHA-2 updated files? Patch problems? We feel your pain on AskWoody. Source: Microsoft removes August patch block on Win7/2008R2 systems running Norton, Symantec AV (Computerworld - Woody Leonhard)
  5. Key Points Symantec, Broadcom cease deal negotiations, sources say. Symantec would not accept less than $28 a share, sources say. Symantec and Broadcom have ceased deal negotiations, sources tell CNBC's David Faber. The people familiar with the matter added that Symantec would not accept less than $28 a share. Symantec had surged earlier this month after it was revealed that Broadcom was in advanced talks to acquire the security software vendor. Faber had reported the two sides were negotiating a price and had seen possible synergies of $1.5 billion. Symantec shares dropped 12.8% to $22.30 on Monday. Symantec has been dogged in recent years by management turnover and a softer core business as cloud security companies have captured enterprise market share and as newer companies offer ways to protect mobile devices. Chipmaker Broadcom, in the middle of an acquisition sprint, bought CA Technologies for $19 billion last year and tried to purchase Qualcomm before the U.S. Department of Justice blocked the deal. Even without Symantec, Broadcom has been working to acquire an infrastructure software company and has considered Tibco, three people familiar with the matter told CNBC earlier this month. Vista Equity Partners acquired Tibco for $4.3 billion in 2014. Still, the acquisition of a software company could give Broadcom a needed boost as trade tensions hurt its core semiconductor business and its relationship with Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei. Broadcom cut its forecast for chip sales this year by $2 billion after Huawei was blacklisted in May from buying U.S. technologies. Source
  6. Data including a purported list of clients was reportedly stolen from the leading antivirus maker Symantec in a breach the company has downplayed as having no ramifications. The Guardian reported on the incident Thursday, saying the stolen data included passwords and Symantec account numbers. The list of ostensible clients included the Australian federal police, major banks, universities, and retailers, among others, that paper said. According to Symantec, though, the data is largely phony. The company said the incident was contained to a test environment it used for demonstration purposes. According to the Guardian, Symantec described the data as “low-level and non-sensitive” and the email accounts involved as “dummy e-mails.” A Symantec spokesperson told the paper that the client list itself was also fake and that the entities “are not necessarily Symantec customers.” The Guardian did confirm that some of them, including Australia’s Department of Social Services, are users of Symantec’s products. Another government agency listed among the stolen files, however, hasn’t existed in six years. The use of such “dummy data” is not uncommon, and it affords companies the ability to relax security protocols while testing new products. Developers on a project may not all work in the same building or even on the same continent. Using fake customer information allows them to share access to their work more quickly without fear of leaking sensitive data. Companies that use real customer data for testing often suffer for it. The anonymous workplace app Blind, for instance, temporarily exposed sensitive information last year after it transferred a portion of its customers’ data to a test environment. The data was not immediately encrypted or deleted, as was protocol. A data-breach hunter quickly discovered the data online and shared news of it with a reporter. Last year, the weight-loss company Weight Watchers also left a test environment accessible online. The company claimed that no personally identifiable information had been exposed, though the security team that discovered it remained skeptical. Symantec was among a list of three major antivirus companies that a hacking group claimed to have penetrated last month, as Gizmodo first reported. The hackers, known collectively as Fxmsp, were attempting to sell the stolen data on the black market for $300,000. “There is no indication that Symantec has been impacted by this incident,” the company said at the time. AdvIntel, the cybersecurity firm that had been tracking Fxmsp’s activities, told Gizmodo on Thursday that there didn’t appear to be a connection between the two incidents. “It doesn’t seem that this is related to our guys,” they said. Source
  7. Build number: v14.2.3332.1000 | v14.2.1 (14.2 RU1) Released April 23, 2019 New features, changes, or improvements: Symantec Endpoint Threat Defense for Active Directory integration Integrate with Symantec's latest protection technology for Active Directory, Symantec Endpoint Threat Defense for Active Directory. Symantec Endpoint Protection delivers a single agent that Endpoint Threat Defense for AD uses when you introduce it into your environment See Product guides for Symantec Endpoint Threat Defense for Active Directory. Performance improvements for intrusion prevention on servers Use a new signature subset for servers to provide a protection profile that is optimized for servers. In addition, Symantec Endpoint Protection introduces a new operational mode option for Intrusion Prevention: Out-of-band scanning. This mode changes the processing model for networking traffic. Symantec recommends that you test out-of-band scanning before you deploy it to your production environment, as performance characteristics vary depending on the workload. Support for NTLM proxy authentication Simplify deployment of Symantec Endpoint Protection through the addition of support for NT LAN Manager (NTLM) proxy authentication. Improved cloud onboarding The links within the Cloud tab of Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager now point directly to the cloud console. Support added for Windows 10 May 2019 Update The Symantec Endpoint Protection client is supported on Windows 10 May 2019 Update. Symantec Endpoint Detection and Response Symantec Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) is now Symantec Endpoint Detection and Response (Symantec EDR). For more info https://support.symantec.com/en_US/article.INFO5370.html Release Note's https://support.symantec.com/en_US/article.DOC11418.html #### If you have a previous SEP version, you can update via these official patches: #### https://support.symantec.com/en_US/article.INFO5360.html Latest CleanWipe Site: https://www.mirrored.to Sharecode: /files/LLNOVVV5/CleanWipe.zip_links Latest Tools And Utilities Site: https://www.mirrored.to Sharecode: /files/FKBECFRV/SEP-Tools.zip_links ======== Below Are Clients Only ======== Download SEP x86 Eng: Site: https://openload.co Sharecode: /f/rMWAFExWmhs/Symantec.Endpoint.Protection.v14.2.3332.1000.x86-RiTUEL.rar Also HERE Site: https://www.mirrored.to Sharecode: /files/0EH9J1IS/Symantec_Endpoint_Protection_14.2_RU1_Win32-bit_Client_EN.exe_links Download SEP x64 Eng: Site: https://openload.co Sharecode: /f/Y-Fdja5m3DA/Symantec.Endpoint.Protection.v14.2.3332.1000.x64-RiTUEL.rar Also HERE Site: https://www.mirrored.to Sharecode: /files/AGOGGHKW/Symantec_Endpoint_Protection_14.2_RU1_Win64-bit_Client_EN.exe_links Linux Client Site: https://www.mirrored.to Sharecode: /files/0FGTTQ5J/Symantec_Endpoint_Protection_14.2_RU1_Linux_Client_EN.zip_links Download MacOS Site: https://www.mirrored.to Sharecode: /files/0OTG7XH1/Symantec_Endpoint_Protection_14.2_RU1_Mac_Client_EN.zip_links ======= Other Languages ======= Download SEP x64 French: Site: https://openload.co Sharecode: /f/NT3AH30hCk0/Symantec.Endpoint.Protection.v14.2.3332.1000.FRENCH.x64-RiTUEL.rar Download SEP x64 Russian: Site: https://www.mirrored.to Sharecode: /files/ZH00QXBO/Symantec_Endpoint_Protection_14.2_RU1_Win64-bit_Client_RU.exe_links
  8. Symantec partners with IBM, Microsoft and others to cut cyber security cost San Francisco: California-headquartered global cybersecurity company Symantec said it had forged partnerships with 120 companies including Amazon Web Services (AWS), IBMSecurity, Microsoft and Oracle among others to drive down the cost and complexity of cyber security. The enterprise partners are now building or delivering more than 250 products and services that integrate with Symantec's Integrated Cyber Defense (ICD) Platform, the company said on Wednesday. Symantec's ICD Platform provides a unified framework for information protection, threat protection, identity management and compliance across endpoints, networks, applications and clouds. "There's a seismic shift happening in cyber security," Art Gilliland, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Enterprise Products, Symantec, said in a statement. "The old way of fighting cyber-attacks using fragmented tools has become too complex and expensive to manage. Integrated platforms are the future," Gilliland added. Symantec started building ICD two and a half years ago with its acquisition of Blue Coat Systems, which added web and Cloud security technologies to Symantec's endpoint, email and data loss prevention (DLP) technologies. Source
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  12. Symantec is the worlds leading cyber-security company and it has recently announced a very powerful threat detection technology that their own world-class research team uses and it helped them uncover some notable cyber-attacks in history. This powerful cyber-threat detection tool will now be available to their customers under ATP- Advanced Threat Protection. The Symantec Targeted Attack Analytics technology has enabled the ATP customers to control advanced machine learning to computerize the discovery of attacks. In enterprise security today, cyber-attacks are one of the most dangerous threats. However, these cyber-attacks are usually hidden from view under a mountain of alerts that are created by the security system. These alerts give hackers the time to not only gain access to the systems but also be able to steal some valuable data. What Symantec Targeted Attack Analytics does is, it removes this distraction and allows you to identify the truly targeted activity. It even prioritizes this activity in form of a reliable incident report for the security team. The Symantec team reported saying, “With Symantec Targeted Attack Analytics (TAA), we’re taking the intelligence generated from our leading research teams and uniting it with the power of advanced machine learning to help customers automatically identify these dangerous threats and take action.” TAA is a result of effort by Symantecs Attack Investigation Team that was responsible for uncovering the cyber-attack Lazarus, Regin, Stuxnet, WannaCry and SWIFT; and the effort put in by Symantecs top security data scientists that are pushing the boundaries of machine learning research. TAA uses the knowledge and capabilities of the worlds top security experts and turns it into artificial intelligence. It even provides companies with high-class “virtual analysts” to allow security experts to give their time and resources when a critical cyber-attack takes place. Greg Clark Symantec CEO says that, “Symantec’s team of cyber analysts has a long history of uncovering the world’s most high-profile cyber-attacks and now their deep understanding of how these attacks unfold can be put to use by our customers without the need to employ a team of researchers.” He further adds, “ “Targeted Attack Analytics uses advanced analytics and machine learning to help shorten the time to discovery on the most targeted and dangerous attacks and to help keep customers and their data safe.” The technology forming the core of Symantec TAA is the same toolset used by Symantec to uncover Dragonfly 2.0- which was a major attack targeting multiple energy companies and tried to gain access to operational networks. Eric Chein who is a Technical Director of Symantec Security says that, “Up until now, we’ve had the telemetry and data necessary to uncover the warning signs of dangerous targeted attacks but the industry has lacked the technology to analyze and code the data quickly. With TAA, we’re taking the intelligence generated from our leading research teams and uniting it with the power of advanced machine learning to help customers automatically identify these dangerous threats and take action." < Here >
  13. Symantec Endpoint Protection is not only Antivirus/Spyware protection but it offers additional features such as application and device control as well as IPS and host based firewall. Symantec Endpoint Protection brings unrivaled security, blazing performance, and smarter management across both physical and virtual environments. It goes beyond antivirus to deliver layered protection at the endpoint. Derived from the world’s largest global intelligence network, the unique Insight technology in Symantec Endpoint Protection can accurately identify file reputation, while another intelligent security technology, SONAR, monitors file behavior in real-time Symantec Endpoint Protection uses Symantec’s Insight platform to collect and collate data from over 200 million systems in 200-plus countries. It uses this data to identify and create a security rating for every file accessed through the Internet. As a result, it stops targeted attacks and advanced, persistent threats with a degree of protection that far exceeds the capacities of traditional anti-virus. Deployed as an on-premise solution, Symantec Endpoint Protection offers unified management across physical and virtual platforms, with granular policy control for enhanced flexibility and scalability. Symantec Endpoint Protection is designed for maximum efficiency, enabling hardware to run faster and last longer for performance, and runs on several operating systems, including Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. The complete suite is a good fit for medium-sized businesses seeking a more comprehensive range of protection. Only Symantec can secure your endpoints via one single agent to: Beat crippling ransomware and unknown attacks with multilayered protection that combines signatureless and critical endpoint technologies. Maximize protection and minimize false positives with advanced machine learning and behavioral analysis. Block zero-day attacks that prey on memory-based vulnerabilities in popular applications with memory exploit mitigation. Fine-tune your detection engines on the fly to optimize your security posture. Homepage Download Links Symantec.Endpoint.Protection.v14.0.3897.1101.x64-RiTUEL Site:https://www.upload.ee Sharecode[?]: /files/8092179/Symantec.Endpoint.Protection.v14.0.3897.1101.x64-RiTUEL.rar.html Symantec.Endpoint.Protection.v14.0.3897.1101.x86-RiTUEL Site:https://www.upload.ee Sharecode[?]: /files/8092260/Symantec.Endpoint.Protection.v14.0.3897.1101.x86-RiTUEL.rar.html
  14. The growth in targeted attacks and advanced persistent threats require layered protection and intelligent security at the endpoint. Symantec Endpoint Protection brings unrivaled security, blazing performance, and smarter management across both physical and virtual environments. By leveraging the world’s largest civilian threat intelligence network, Symantec can proactively identify at-risk files and stop zero-day threats without slowing down your performance. Only Symantec Endpoint Protection provides the security you need through a single, high-powered agent, for the fastest, most-effective protection available. Features Key Benefits What's New in Version 14.0 LiveUpdate downloads new types of content Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager downloads additional types of content from LiveUpdate servers: Client security patches Endpoint Detection and Response: Definitions that the Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) component uses to detect and investigate suspicious activities and issues on hosts and endpoints. Common Network Transport Library and Configuration: Definitions that the entire product uses to achieve network transportation and telemetry. Changelog Updated third-party components. Added support for Windows 10 Creators Update (2017) . Error correction (of.sayt, English) Screenshots Homepage OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10 / 2003 / 2008 / 2012 / 2016 (x86-x64) Language: ENG Medicine: Activated! Size: 64,01 / 74,39 MB. Download Full (x86): or Download Full (x64):
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  16. The latest version of Symantec Endpoint Protection, SEP 14.1, adds new capabilities to the signatureless machine learning malware detection SEP product it introduced last year, and integrates with other Symantec security solutions. The stated purpose is to provide end-to-end protection for endpoints in a single agent. The key features announced this week include the addition of deception and device hardening in SEP 14.1; together with integration with a new version of Symantec Endpoint Detection and Response, and integration with the new Mobile Threat Defense originally acquired with the purchase of Skycure in July 2017. Deception is new to SEP. It is the deployment of deceptors -- or decoy files, folders and registries -- within the environment. The deceptors are designed to look valuable to an adversary who succeeds in accessing the system; but they contain nothing of consequence. The idea is to attract the adversary, slow him down on a wild goose chase, and alert the security team to his presence. “The security team can learn through watching what the adversaries are doing -- how they are trying to manifest their malware,” explains Sri Sundaralingam, head of product marketing at Symantec. “The defenders can then neutralize the attack, and include new understanding in their security posture to block any similar type of attack in the future.” Symantec is the first of the traditional endpoint security vendors to integrate deception with their endpoint product. “It means,” continues Sundaralingam, “we provide a multi-level defense against ransomware and zero-day day attacks, and we improve the customer's overall security posture.” If a deceptor triggers and alerts the security team, it means that a breach has already occurred. Here the integration with the new EDR product (Advance Threat Protection or ATP 3.0) comes into play to help with incident response. “The endpoint product will recognize that a bad guy is trying to tamper with one of the deceptors,” Sundaralingam told SecurityWeek, “and it will notify the SOC team through a set of triggered descriptive alerts that will describe how the attacker is tampering with the deceptor files.” This helps the security team understand what the adversary is trying to do. Is there, for example, some unpatched vulnerability on the system? It's a proactive defense mechanism to help the customer detect and respond to an actual, but perhaps hitherto unknown, compromise. “Deception firstly detects the presence of a stealthy attack,” he continued; “secondly, it tells the security team what the attackers are trying to do, what system files they are seeking to compromise and so on (providing additional intelligence on how to amend the security posture to eliminate this and similar attacks); and thirdly it can slow the attack down sufficiently for the security team to take action.” The integration with EDR then enables incident responders to collect data on an ongoing exploitation, providing additional information for them to locate the origins of the breach. “Combining Deception with EDR and Symantec Analytics can give the defenders an end-to-end picture of the incursion, and ensure an effective response,” he said. Coupled with the new ATP 3.0 EDR, is a new EDR Cloud offering -- the same purpose but offered as a cloud-based SaaS. The cloud offering isn't limited to environments with Symantec endpoints -- it works equally well for customers with mixed environments. “It records endpoint activity and collects data that can be used to look for new emerging attacks like fileless attacks.” It enhances investigator productivity with pre-built incident response playbooks that bring the skills and best practices of the most experienced security analysts to any organization, resulting in significantly lower costs, claims Symantec. Device hardening is a new add-on for SEP 14. “It allows customers to lock down known good applications, to monitor the not so well-known apps, and to isolate suspicious applications -- it's application isolation,” Sundaralingam explained. Every app can be assessed and given a risk rating. Symantec already has what it calls 'the world's largest civilian blacklist and whitelist databases'. “Important apps like Office will be protected from unpatched 0-day exploits. Grey-area apps will be monitored, so that files downloaded via those apps can be blocked. We call it castles and jails,” he added: “we put the good apps in the castle and protect them; we put the suspicious apps in the jail and we monitor and control what those apps are doing.” Also new is mobile threat defense through SEP Mobile. This is the rebranded and integrated mobile security product acquired with the purchase of Skycure. SEP mobile brings desk-top quality security to mobile devices, protecting both BYOD and corporate-owned products across both Android and iOS devices used in the corporate environment. Sundaralingam believes that the mobile threat vector hasn't been given sufficient attention. “There are mobile device managers (MDMs) in wide use; but they are just that: managers. They don't defend the devices. SEP Mobile provides mobile device protection.” Symantec's strategy outlined in this week's announcement combines new products with increased integration around SEP 14.1 as the centerpiece. The purpose is to provide comprehensive endpoint protection through a single framework. Apart from the new products, existing products are now integrated -- including, for example, the CloudSOC CASB acquired with BlueCoat. “It's a very ambitious integration of a wide range of security capabilities,” said Sundaralingam. “We believe we are leapfrogging all the other vendors of endpoint security; both existing vendors and the new emerging products that tend to be limited in the areas they cover.” Article
  17. As we know, Symantec Workspace Virtualization is application virtualization software which can separate application from OS, and use these applications whenever you want. About Workspace Virtualization Symantec Workspace Virtualization (SWV) is a unique approach to software management. By placing applications and data into managed units, called Virtual Software Layers, Workspace Virtualization lets you instantly activate, deactivate, or reset applications. You can also avoid conflicts between applications without altering the base Windows installation. Rather than isolating applications to gain control, Workspace Virtualization's virtualized applications can integrate to preserve the user experience. Virtualized applications act like normal applications, ensuring normal behavior and full functionality. The end result is a more manageable desktop. Application conflicts are eliminated along with the problems associated with failed and corrupted software installations. Workspace Virtualization has received numerous awards, including Best Application Virtualization 2008. Such a good software, and it will be ended support by symantec soon. I used SandboxIE, but I think SWV is better, does anyone have a replacement solution for end user app-v matcted SVW? Thanks in advance.
  18. Symantec Endpoint Protection - Proactively detect and block today’s most advanced threats with an endpoint protection solution that goes beyond antivirus. Unrivaled Security - Stop advanced threats with intelligent security! Intelligent Endpoint Workshop - About the importance and function of each of the protection engines in Symantec Endpoint Protection - The top 10 misconceptions about deploying advanced features in Symantec Endpoint Protection and strategies for implementing them successfully - How Symantec Endpoint Protection forms a solid foundation for advanced threat protection across multiple control points, including the endpoint, network, and email - How to gain more value from your existing Symantec Endpoint Protection implementation Stop advanced threats with intelligent security Last year, we saw 317 million new malware variants, with targeted attacks and zero-day threats at an all-time high. Organizations are struggling to keep up with the rapidly evolving threats. 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  19. Symantec Corporation has secured a patent that uses reputation scores to evaluate whether torrent files can be trusted or not. Through this system, the company can warn torrent users if they are about to download a fake torrent, or one that likely links to malware or other scammy content. In recent years we have documented a wide range of patent applications, several of which had a clear anti-piracy angle. Symantec Corporation, known for the popular anti-virus software Norton Security, is taking a more torrent-friendly approach. At least, that’s what a recently obtained patent suggests. The patent describes a system that can be used to identify fake torrents and malware-infected downloads, which are a common problem on badly-moderated torrent sites. Downloaders of these torrents are often redirected to scam websites or lured into installing malware. Here’s where Symantec comes in with their automatic torrent moderating solution. Last week the company obtained a patent for a system that can rate the trustworthiness of torrents and block suspicious content to protect users. “While the BitTorrent protocol represents a popular method for distributing files, this protocol also represents a common means for distributing malicious software. Unfortunately, torrent hosting sites generally fail to provide sufficient information to reliably predict whether such files are trustworthy,” the patent reads. Unlike traditional virus scans, where the file itself is scanned for malicious traits, the patented technology uses a reputation score to make the evaluation. The trustworthiness of torrents is determined by factors including the reputation of the original uploaders, torrent sites, trackers and other peers. For example, if an IP-address of a seeder is linked to several malicious torrents, it will get a low reputation score. “For example, if an entity has been involved in several torrent transactions that involved malware-infected target files, the reputation information associated with the entity may indicate that the entity has a poor reputation, indicating a high likelihood that the target file represents a potential security risk,” Symantec notes. In contrast, if a torrent is seeded by a user that only shares non-malicious files, the trustworthiness factor goes up. Reputation information If a torrent file has a high likelihood of being linked to malware or other malicious content, the system can take appropriate “security actions.” This may be as simple as deleting the suspicious torrent, or a more complex respone such as blocking all related network traffic. “Examples of such security actions include, without limitation, alerting a user of the potential security risk, blocking access to the target file until overridden by the user, blocking network traffic associated with the torrent transaction, quarantining the target file, and/or deleting the target file,” Symantec writes. Security actions Symantec Corporation applied for the pattern nearly four years ago, but thus far we haven’t seen it used in the real world. Many torrent users would likely appreciate an extra layer of security, although they might be concerned about overblocking and possible monitoring of their download habits. This means that, for now, they will have to rely on site moderators, and most importantly, common sense. Article source
  20. Commercial antivirus pioneer Symantec has finally admitted publicly what critics have been saying for years: the growing inability of the scanning software to detect the majority of malware attacks makes it "dead" and "doomed to failure," according to a published report. Over the past two reported quarters, Symantec has watched revenue fall, and sales are expected to flag again in the most recent period when the company releases financial results later this week, anarticle published Monday by The Wall Street Journal reported. The declines come as Juniper Networks, FireEye, and other companies have rolled out products and services that take a decidedly different approach to securing computers and networks. Rather than scan for files that are categorized as malicious, these newer techniques aim to detect, minimize, and contain the damage that attackers can do in the event that they penetrate a customer's defenses. Citing Symantec Senior President Brian Dye, the WSJ said: Mr. Dye, who has spent more than a decade with Symantec, says it was galling to watch other security companies surge ahead. "It's one thing to sit there and get frustrated," he says. "It's another thing to act on it, go get your act together and go play the game you should have been playing in the first place." Symantec pioneered computer security with its antivirus software in the late 1980s. The technology keeps hackers out by checking against a list of malicious code spotted on computers. Think of it as an immune system for machines. But hackers increasingly use novel bugs. Mr. Dye estimates antivirus now catches just 45% of cyberattacks. That puts Symantec in a pickle. Antivirus and other products that run on individual devices still account for more than 40% of the company's revenue. Specialized cybersecurity services for businesses account for less than one-fifth of revenue and generate smaller profit margins. It would be impractical, if not impossible, to sell such services to individual consumers. To be fair, Symantec began to move beyond malware long ago. Its Norton security suite has long included a password manager and code that detects malicious e-mails and Web links. Heuristic algorithms also attempt to detect malicious files even when they have never been seen before. But increasingly, Symantec is competing against its newer rivals by matching the suite of non-AV services they provide. The Mountain View, California-based company is creating its own response team to help companies that have been hacked. Within six months, Symantec also plans to sell intelligence briefings on specific threats so clients can gain a better understanding of the root causes behind costly network compromises. "Symantec also is developing technology to look for more-advanced malicious software inside a network that mimics offerings from its rivals," the Journal said. Source
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