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Morphisec Knight for Linux is a proactive protection security solution that shelters your most critical assets by randomizing APIs in memory, stopping supply chain attacks and other exploits at runtime.

Key Benefits

Protect Linux servers from advanced threats

Eliminate workload performance and downtime issues

Slash alert overload and SOC OPEX costs

Harden virtual and physical server security

Eliminate patch vulnerability risks

Proven results against Linux attacks

Supported Linux Distributions

Moving Target Defense For Linux Servers

Morphisec Knight for Linux employs a revolutionary, patented technology called Moving Target Defense (MTD). It uses morphing
logic and runtime traps to create a dynamic attack surface threat actors can’t penetrate. Knight shuts down attack chains early and
stops threats before they can execute and cause damage. Uniquely in the marketplace, Knight employs runtime kernel morphing to provide
system-wide protection for bare metal and virtualized servers. It also provides detailed forensics on prevented attacks, enhancing threat intelligence and hunting.

Reduce Attack Risks 63 Sats Cybersecurity India

Reduce Attack Risks

More than 13 million attempted malware attacks on Linux systems were detected between January and June 2021 alone. There are now at least nine major ransomware families targeting Linux systems, including Linux versions of REvil, DarkSide, BlackMatter, and Defray777. Cryptojacking is on the rise, with 89 percent of Linux cryptominers using Monero cryptocurrency XMRig-related libraries to tracelessly mine crypto using compromised Linux servers.

Lower Efforts and Costs

Most IT and security teams are lean and overburdened, spending 25 percent of their time chasing false positive alerts. EDR solutions are complex to deploy and manage and require a team of analysts to investigate alerts. Teams must create IT support tickets for each alert and downtune EDR policies to reduce alert overload. As a result, most firms ignore almost one-third of alerts, increasing attack risks.



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