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Real Time Deep Memory Inspection
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SonicWall Deep Memory Inspection

Exposing threats hidden in memory

SonicWall Real-Time Deep Memory Inspection (RTDMI™) technology enables SonicWall Capture Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) and Capture Security appliance (CSa) to catch more malware faster than behavior-based sandboxing methods, with a lower false positive rate.

Advanced malware detection engines execute files, log the resulting activity, and then, after execution, look for and attempt to correlate malicious behavior. The correlation and scoring of these activities and behaviors are prone to both false positives and negatives. They are also prone to cause delays, unsatisfactory end user experience and subsequent IT ticket requests.

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How RTDMI works

SonicWall RTDMI technology detects and blocks malware that does not exhibit any malicious behavior or that hides its weaponry via encryption.

To discover packed malware code that has been compressed to avoid detection, RTDMI allows the malware to reveal itself by unpacking its compressed code in memory in a secure threat detection environment. It sees what code sequences are found within and compares it to what it has already seen.


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