- Dec 23, 2014
Anything is possible. But, PARANOID has some features that can be advantageous in the static systems. Behavior whitelisting has similar pros & cons as the file whitelisting. I am sure, that this direction will be penetrated also by other vendors, soon.I don't criticize the product itself even for Cylance, but the marketing approach is very similar. New thing that does what AV can't, using a mechanism never heard before, etc...
I think that PARANOID can be interesting for military agencies and for strategic enterprises with high-security requirements. I am curious how the cybercriminals will react to fight behavior default-deny.