Microsoft Paladin = Automated vulnerability analysis

Microsoft is hard at work building a technology previously referred to as “Vigilante” designed to streamline and speed up the process associated with vulnerability analysis. Paladin was introduced at the CanSecWest conference in Vancouver, will be included into the next version of Forefront with Network Inspection System, extending the solution's capabilities. “The motivation behind this work is […]

Microsoft is hard at work building a technology previously referred to as “Vigilante” designed to streamline and speed up the process associated with vulnerability analysis. Paladin was introduced at the CanSecWest conference in Vancouver, will be included into the next version of Forefront with Network Inspection System, extending the solution's capabilities. “The motivation behind this work is to automate the otherwise laborious process of analyzing exploits, identifying malicious input bytes quickly, identification of how shell code is executed and, basically, to narrow the search space for further manual analysis,” explained Jeff Williams.

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