Effective March 20, 2018, OPSWAT is updating its licensing model for Metadefender Cloud. Read our blog post to see the new API request limits and rate limits.
A security researcher discovered malicious Android APKs containing Coinhive, a cryptocurrency miner that hogs CPU power and can damage user devices.
OPSWAT announced the upgrade of its file scanning and anti-malware cloud service, Metadefender Cloud, to the latest release of Metadefender, version 4.8.
In this article, we demonstrate how organizations can reduce the threat of malware infection using the Metadefender Cloud API in a serverless architecture.
OPSWAT released user profiles for Metadefender Cloud users, who can now monitor their day-to-day usage and obtain a detailed overview of their API keys.
The most recent malware threats blocked by Metadefender Cloud (free version) using data sanitization (CDR) and multi-scanning are chronicled in this post.
Fireball, a newly discovered and remarkably rampant strain of malware, has already infected up to 250 million devices. How did it spread to so many?
Malware threats detected by the multi-scanning functionality of Metadefender Cloud (free version) during the week of May 21-28 are chronicled in this post.
Malware threats detected by the multi-scanning functionality of Metadefender Cloud (free version) during the week of May 13-20 are chronicled in this post.
We've made some changes to Metadefender.com. Updates include changing the layout for easier navigation and adding new pages that display our threat research.