No. DeepArmor’s cloud-based cognitive models constantly train on new malware (and clean files) which then become “smarter” every second. DeepArmor is implemented as a cloud service and uses cognitive algorithms and machine learning and therefore doesn’t require signatures for detection. DeepArmor learns to rationalize about what malware looks like and provides prediction confidence as a cloud service. DeepArmor Windows client simply queries the cloud service to retrieve a malware prediction confidence for any given executable attempting to run. DeepArmor client does not require an active network connection after the initial registration of the client and can perform cognitive anti-malware model runs locally.
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