Thursday, February 6, 2014

Startup morphs website code against morphing malware, causing cries of anguish from attackers

Can websites use judo logic to defend themselves, turning one of their attackers’ key strategies against them? That’s the idea behind a new product that shields websites by continually morphing its visible code, creating what some have described as the first “botwall.”

The Mountain View, Calif.-based Shape Security’s ShapeShifter is a network-security appliance that utilizes real-time polymorphism, dynamically changing code in a website’s user interface into random strings that still deliver the functionality of HTML, CSS, and Javascript.

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

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