Leverage Siege’s extensive experience and operational capacity to provide intrusion detection and software forensic analysis.
Siege Technologies’ Caminus reverse engineering toolset and modules were designed to detect intrusion and provide forensic analysis of compromised systems.
Caminus can be leveraged for:
Additionally, Siege has designed multiple virtualization products, including a modular light-weight hypervisor for the x86 architecture using Advanced Micro Devices’ (AMD), Secure Virtual Machine (SVM) extensions, and Intel’s Virtualization Technology (VT) extensions. These hypervisors have been used to provide a small shim between a commodity OS and the underlying hardware and has allowed for the construction of numerous innovative security technologies, and advanced reverse engineering capabilities. In reverse engineering, the hypervisor has been used to capture all of the Memory Mapped Input/Output (MMIO) and Port Input/Output (PIO) of Intel’s Secure Initialization (SINIT) module.
For more information on how Siege Technologies and our reverse engineering toolset can help you detect and analyze potentially compromised code, contact us today.
About Siege Technologies
Cyber security company, Siege Technologies, was founded in 2009 as an advanced research and development firm. Siege focuses on leveraging offensive cyberwar technologies like Caminus and hypervisors, along with methodologies to develop predictive cyber security solutions for government and other commercial markets.