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Prepare to launch Evader – the world’s first software-based AET testing environment. Test your organization’s network security devices against Advanced Evasion Techniques that are increasingly used in sophisticated and targeted cyber attacks:
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Evader is not a hacking tool, and Evader is not a penetration test to see if different exploits can enter your system. Rather, Evader tests if a known exploit can be delivered – using AETs – through your current security devices to a target host.
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