Luxembourg, March 20, 2014 - The Computer Incident Response Center Luxembourg (CIRCL) has recently released its own Dynamic Malware Analysis (DMA) service in order to detect sophisticated malware attacks, such as zero-day malware, malicious attachments and other advanced exploits. http://circl.lu/services/dynamic-malware-analysis/
CIRCL’s new service enables users to run any suspicious piece into the system in order to detect or/and confirm the presence of malware and analyse its behaviour, process and connections. One of the major differences with other existing tools is that CIRCL doesn’t share the uploaded samples with third parties. The malware analysis system technology developed by CIRCL uses sophisticated techniques to evaluate advanced threats and determine effectively whether the destination URL or an attachment under suspicion is malicious.
In addition to the detection and analysis phases, CIRCL can reverse engineer malware and provide all the necessary details and reports. The access to the tool is currently restricted and provided on a case-by-case basis. Contact our team for more information.