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Cybersecurity as a Service: Polymorphic versions of Linux for Ubuntu

Cybersecurity as a Service: Polymorphic versions of Linux for Ubuntu

By: Polyverse Corporation Latest Version: Polymorphic Ubuntu 16.04 20190801
Linux/Unix
Linux/Unix

Product Overview

Mitigate hacking by hiding your Ubuntu operating system instances in plain sight on AWS with DLT. Polymorphic versions of Linux for Ubuntu helps reverse the problem of security. Today nation-states and criminals deploy thousands of developers to attack an operating system.

Why? The attacker only has to find one exploit to gain access and control millions of computers / phones or embedded devices that have that exploit. Polyverse inverts the problem, recompiling the operating system so each resulting OS instance is slightly different (Unique) at the memory/register level. This means the attacker must now spend time creating a different attack for each operating system instance.

Polyverse overcomes hacking by hiding operating systems in plain sight: where you have a million threats to one operating system, Polyverse supplies millions of operating system instances to one threat. The uniqueness happens around how the operating system is compiled - Polymorphic versions of Linux for Ubuntu supports 100% semantic equivalency. Your source code and development processes don't change in any way. The OS Logging, GDB debugging and all other functionality behave the way you expect, but the underlying machine code doesn't behave the way attackers expect.

The impact? Time. We give our customers more time to be responsive to the business issues that matter.

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Polymorphic Ubuntu 16.04 20190801

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Linux/Unix, Ubuntu 16.04

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  • Amazon Machine Image

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