Jon79 Posted February 11, 2019 Report Share Posted February 11, 2019 (edited) Hi there, how are you? I've just joined this forum because I'm back to Immunet after a while and so far I really like the new version for its lightness I have a question, related with the Cisco Talos File Reputation https://www.talosintelligence.com/talos_file_reputationDoes Immunet rely on this reputation center? For example, if I search this SHA f1d0df0e6b4e050703056fa3cad9b690c45ee7d239d5a45faf3e0cdf6b0ebd20, the result is "malicious". Does this mean that Immunet will identify the file as malicious too? My understanding is that Immunet uses 4 engines: Cisco AMP (cloud), which can't be disabled SPERO (machine learning), which can be disabled ETHOS (heuristic), which can be disabled ClamAV (signature-based), which can be disabled My question is if the engine No. 1 is somehow related with Cisco Talos File Reputation. Thanks and best regards, Jon79 Edited February 11, 2019 by Jon79 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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