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By Attack Vector: Remote Code Execution (RCE)

Remote Code
Execution (RCE)

Dodge Remote Code Execution Attacks with Virsec

Attackers use remote code execution to infiltrate a system and run their code instead of the system’s legitimate code, and they can do this regardless of geographical location. Once inside, the attackers can open backdoors, trigger code remotely, steal data, disrupt services, affect operations, and install crypto-mining software.

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Virsec’s Deterministic Protection Platform (DPP) approach to security fully protects all software. DPP protects all workloads while it is running, wherever it is running. DPP maps all acceptable files, processes, libraries, input, container images, and memory usage associated with all application workloads in any environment. This comprehensive security process ensures that any deviation from normal is instantly detected, treated as a threat, and blocked. 

Rather than trying to block everything that is possibly bad, DPP enforces good through a zero-trust approach – ensuring that applications never get derailed, regardless of threats, vulnerabilities, or patch status. DPP provides unparalleled in-memory and runtime protection and can detect and stop evasive attacks like RCEs within milliseconds, with zero-dwell time.

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Defend Against
Remote Code Execution