Google's VirusTotal Scanning Engine Improves Support for Mac OS X Files

VirusTotal, the Web-based virus scanning engine bought by Google in 2012, has announced support for sandbox execution of Max OS X apps.

Sandbox execution is a common technique used for malware analysis. For less technically astute readers, in this particular case, sandboxing refers to VirusTotal creating an environment that mimics a Mac OS X desktop which then lets the app run and logs its behavior.

Back in 2012, VirusTotal introduced sandbox execution support for Windows PE… (read more)
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