See how ReSec’s technology prevents infiltration of malware into your network using CDR
ReSec’s Content Disarm and Reconstruction (CDR) technology has roots in the military cyber-defense industry and delivers the most reliable and robust protection against known and unknown malware threats. ReSec CDR technology has since gained industry recognition and is included in the “Best Practices for Detecting and Mitigating Advanced Threats”, a Gartner report published in March 2016.
How It Works
The ReSec CDR platform processes all files, analyzes the content structure, and rebuilds a duplicate file with no loss of functionality. This “content reconstruction” method isolates suspicious elements and guarantees that all users receive clean and sanitized content, attachments and downloads. Just in case, original content is stored safely outside the network for future reference or analysis.
Where Others Fail
Organizations worldwide are locked in a losing battle against malware threats. See why conventional anti-malware methods are no longer effective for the enterprise.
ReSecure Specification & Performance Engine
Server Specification: 8 Cores, 8 GB RAM (Recommended), 300GB disk space, Windows Server 2008R2 or above, .NET 4.5
Performance (4 Cores / 4GB Memory): Up to 10,000 emails/Hour, Up to 10GB Data/Hour
- Architecture: Dynamic Cluster
- True File Type Engine: Over 300 supported file types
- Multi-Scan Engine: Up to 8 best of breed anti-virus engines
CDR Engine: Office 2003, 2007-2016, OpenOffice, Visio, PDF, HTML, Images, Archives
Try it now!
Upload a file to the ReSecure demo server. Our ReSecure Engine will process the inbound file, analyze the structure, rebuild the file based on the original format and send you a clean and trusted duplicate while eliminating suspicious elements, try it now!
- Enter your name and email in the form below
- Click the “Upload File” button to upload a document of your choice
- Click “Submit” to process your file
- Check your inbox. You will be getting the “CDR-ed” version of the file in a few seconds!