Pune : Information Technology (IT) Security and Data Protection Solutions provider Quick Heal Technologies Limited, has secured a patent (US20170124327A1) from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for its Signatureless Behaviour-based Detection Technology. The patent empowers Quick Heal’s enterprise arm, ‘Seqrite’ with a unique malware detection technique to identify and block zero-day malware that use code-injection techniques like process hollowing, code-cave attack among others.
As part of the patented technique, Quick Heal Technologies has developed a stable solution to dynamically detect and remediate malware using code-injection at run-time and at the targeted device – with precision and without hampering the user experience. This allows it to address the challenge of sourcing the raw data required for detecting zero-day attacks, since as such data cannot typically be gathered by traditional threat detection methodologies. The technology is already a part of Seqrite’s GoDeep.AI framework, an indigenously-developed AI-based threat hunting engine that proactively identifies and eliminates known and unknown threats in the global threat landscape.
Earlier, in the month of June 2019, Quick Heal had received a patent for its indigenously developed Anti-Ransomware Technology for a special technique to detect zero-day ransomware attacks. This technology is also a part of GoDeep.AI and is available to all ‘Seqrite’ products.