Malware Removal

Proactive protection against malware and phishing.

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Recover Quickly

Millions of dollars can be lost by businesses who fall victim to malware attacks. The costs related to loss of productivity, downtime, and damage to files, hardware, and operating systems can quickly snowball if immediate corrective action isn’t taken. Intelecis provides professional malware removal services. Leveraging state-of-the-art tools as well as years of expertise and training, we can quickly disarm and remove all types of ransomware.

Proactive Protection

Once your business is uninfected with malware, we can talk with you about ways you can boost security measures and increase employee awareness to prevent future attacks. We also offer cyber security protection packages and plans that include malware removal services, which can dramatically reduce your professional service costs when your organization is faced with an unexpected attack.

Intelecis Malware Detection Techniques

Signature-Based Detection

Software programs executing on a secured system leave a distinct digital trail known as a signature, which is used in signature-based detection. Software is scanned by antivirus applications, which then analyze their signatures and compare them to those of known malware.

A large database of recognized malware signatures is used by antivirus software, and it is typically updated by a security research team run by the antivirus company. The most recent version of this database is synchronized with secured devices and is frequently updated.


CRC checksum calculations are a part of the signature analysis process used by this method. Checksummation is a tool for ensuring that files are clean. Checksumming seeks to solve the major problem with signature-based detection, which is building a huge database producing false positives.

Polymorphic malicious advertising are a common tactic used by hackers to evade signature-based identification techniques. Consistent search strings are eliminated by polymorphic viruses because they can alter themselves during replication. Typically, hackers encrypt non-constant keys that represent arbitrary decryption command sets in the virus code.

Application Allowlisting

The strategy using attack signatures is the reverse of application allowlists, often known as whitelists. The antivirus program keeps a list of approved apps and blocks anything else rather than specifying which software it should block.

Although this method is not ideal, it has the potential to be very powerful, especially in high security settings. It happens frequently for legitimate programs to incorporate features that raise the attack surface or contain security flaws. In other situations, the application itself is safe, but using it could expose the device to risks. For instance, in some settings, it might be necessary to ban email and online browsing.

Devices that are solely task-focused, like web servers and internet of things (IoT) devices, are ideally suited for application allowlisting.

Machine Learning Behavioral Analysis

operating in the surroundings. Static malware detection is unable to learn; it can simply add new rules or gradually improve its existing rules to provide wider coverage.

In contrast, emerging dynamic approaches based on AI and ML can assist security tools in learning to distinguish between trustworthy and malicious files and processes, even if they do not fit any known pattern or signature. They accomplish this by looking at file behavior, network activity, process frequency, deployment patterns, and other things. These algorithms can learn the characteristics of “bad” files over time, making it possible to identify newly discovered viruses.

Intelecis Advanced Malware Detection Technologies

Endpoint protection platforms and endpoint detection and response solutions are often used by mature security organizations to defend against malware, however many enterprises still rely on legacy antivirus as their malware detection technique.

Endpoint Protection Platforms (EPP)

Endpoints such as employee workstations, servers, and cloud-based resources are where EPPs are installed. They act as the first line of defense, able to spot dangers and stop them before they harm delicate assets.

  • Static Analysis – EPPs use conventional static analysis techniques to spot known malware strains and approve or reject applications that have been identified by administrators.
  • Behavioral Analysis– To identify unexpected threats or established malware that use evasion strategies like mutation or encryption, EPPs include behavioral analysis.
  • Sandboxed Inspection– EPPs have the ability to run dubious software in a separate environment from the primary operating system. This enables one to “detonate” a file, watch its behavior, and determine if it is truly harmful or not.
  • Consent Disarm and Reconstruction (CDR)– EPPs enables the user to view valid content while enabling the removal of harmful components from that content. For instance, rather than completely restricting access to a Word document if it contains a harmful macro, CDR can erase the macro and let the user open the file.

In addition to these methods, EPPs can actively defend the environment once the malware is found, for instance by isolating the endpoint from the network.

Endpoint Detection and Response (EDP)

By enabling security teams to recognize and respond to assaults on endpoint devices, EDR solutions complement EPP solutions. If EPP was unable to neutralize a threat, EDR enables:

  • Triage and Investigate Alerts – Security analysts can spot warning indications of an attack and study them to validate a security issue thanks to the comprehensive data that EDR offers from endpoints.
  • Threat Hunting – EDR enables proactive investigation of relevant data and endpoints for indications of a breach.

The EDR platform can be used for incident response by analysts when they confirm a threat on an endpoint. For instance, analysts can delete and reimage infected endpoints, quarantine all malware-affected devices, and execute automated security playbooks. Firewalls, network segmentation, intrusion prevention systems (IPS), and email security are just a few of the security solutions that can be used to coordinate a response to a malware threat. EPP features are incorporated into several EDR solutions.

Advanced Malware Protection with Intelecis

The Intelecis Advanced Threat Detection and Response platform provides protection against threats including zero-day attacks, advanced persistent threats (APT), advanced malware, and trojans that can evade traditional signature-based security measures.

Block exploit-like behavior

Intelecis monitors endpoints memory to discover behavioral patterns that are typical to exploit such as an unusual handle request. These patterns are shared by the vast majority of exploits, whether well-known or brand-new, and they offer efficient defense against zero-day attacks as well.

Block exploit-derived malware

Intelecis employs multi-layered malware protection that includes ML-based static analysis, sandboxing and process behavior monitoring. Additionally, they offer threat intelligence and fuzzy hashing. As a result, even if a successful zero-day exploit connects to the attacker and downloads more malware, Intelecis will stop it from operating and ensure that no damage is done.

Uncover hidden threats

Intelecis uses an adversary-centric methodology to accurately detects threats throughout the attack chain. Intelecis employs an adversarial mental model to identify patterns of behavior and indicators in endpoints, files, users, and networks. No matter where an attacker may attempt to enter, they offer a comprehensive picture of how it operated.

Accurate and precise

Intelecis uses a powerful correlation engine and provides its attack findings with near-zero false positives and free from excessive noise. This makes it easier for security personnel to respond to significant situations.

Your security teams will have an easy approach to identify, stop, and respond to advanced threats before they have a chance to cause harm since you can perform automatic or manual remediation.

Examine Intelecis Next-Generation Antivirus (NGAV) Solution in more detail.