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Article CDR Simplified
CDRIn its simplest term, it’s a mechanism for protecting documents by disassembling them in an analytical way. Almost in the same way an analyst would dissect the file but actually automate that process rather than conventional antivirus system which focuses more on markers.This system is designed t...
Article Intro to CDR
Intro to CDR Content Disarm & Reconstruction (CDR) is the process of stripping potentially malicious data from files before they reach their recipients. Even seemingly innocuous files like Word or PowerPoint documents can have suspicious data hidden in them, from malicious image files to full ex...
Article Glasswall CDR
This is what we do: We create safe, clean and visually identical files, mitigating the risk posed by malicious documents. Rather than trying to detect dangerous content, Glasswall regenerates all files to a safe standard of ‘known good’, enforcing the format’s structural specification and eradicatin...