The world went APT-crazy for the past two years. Taking a glance at this year's RSA 2012 keynotes: cyber terrorists, cyber spies, cyber warriors, hacktivism, advanced persistent threats - these are the challenging issues that get people's attention.
Though Xecure Lab was founded a year ago, we never have website in English that help introduce our solution to reach more people. Recently we finally spent some spare time and have the English version launched today.
Our commercial website promotes the solution that Xecure Lab team developed to help customers counter advanced threats like APT emails and APT activities. Typically APT email comes with document in common file format, and embeds some sort of malware and exploit. Apparently it should be blocked in the first place from ever entering the corporate intranet. Then this APT attempt could also be associated with a long-history APT database to cluster into groups. It helps understand the origin of the attack as well as its intent and targets.
On the other hand, we would continue offer XecScan freely to the community, giving everyone a fast on-demand handy tool to scan any suspicious document, pretty much like VirusTotal version for APT scanning.
For more commercial offerings of our solution, please visit http://xecure-lab.com/en/index.html