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Learn about the new features and capabilities included in our 7.7 release of ExtraHop and Reveal(x), from custom detections and parameters to a gorgeous new suite of overviews to help you prioritize your data.
Learn how ExtraHop integrates with Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Firewalls to help you automatically remediate security threats in real time.
See how the ExtraHop App for IBM QRadar boosts enterprise security with Reveal(x) detections for faster threat discovery, response, and forensic investigation.
Watch this 5-minute video to see how ExtraHop Reveal(x) network traffic analysis makes it simple to proactively search for and investigate potential threats like risky database and DNS activity.
See how ExtraHop Reveal(x) integrates with Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE) to minimize the time between threat detection and containment.
The MITRE ATT&CK Framework gives security teams a way to evaluate threat detection tools against real-world adversary tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs). Learn how network traffic analysis tools like Reveal(x) detect more TTPs, faster, than other security solutions.
Our customers see the results of the Product Management team's hard work every day, and now we're excited to give you a look behind the curtain of our design choices. Follow along as ExtraHop PMs reveal the *why* of various aspects of our ground-breaking network traffic analysis product.
Have you spotted TLS v.0xfb1a in your SSL/TLS sessions, or are you curious about how to look into unknown versions in your own network? Read on to follow my investigation through ExtraHop and Wireshark.
Learn about the new features and capabilities included in our 7.6 release and Reveal(x) Spring 2019, from accelerated investigations to system health dashboards.
Learn how the latest release of ExtraHop Reveal(x), network traffic analysis for the enterprise, accelerates security investigations, incorporates MITRE & OWASP links, and more!
If you're in charge of a marketing website or just curious about the development process, learn from our pitfalls and successes as we document the migration of our website to a different tool. In this post, Zoltan is hired on to join Zach in web production and discusses the problems with the site he encounters.
If you're in charge of a marketing website or just curious about the development process, learn from our pitfalls and successes as we document the migration of our website to a different tool. In this post, I'll describe our existing toolset and how it came together—and then I'll tell you why it no longer works.
Explained in detail: Silly window syndrome, how it degrades network performance, and how to avoid it.
How to use TCP_NODELAY, Nagle's Algorithm, QUICKACK, and more settings and algorithms to get better TCP performance on your network.
Learn how ExtraHop integrates with ServiceNow to help you automatically keep your CMDB up to date, streamline workflows, increase security, and speed up incident response by hours or even days.
Learn what SMBv1 is and why should you shut it down immediately before this exploit can be used against you.
Our online demo now features a live attack simulation where you can observe a hacker doing her job: exploiting a Drupal vulnerability, installing custom executables through PsExec, and more.
Network scanning and port scanning aren't inherently hostile, but they're often used maliciously. Learn to tell the difference between safe and hostile scanning on your network.
Why does Reveal(x) lead the pack on critical security use cases including asset classification and inventory, early breach detection, encrypted traffic analysis, and more? Learn why Enterprise Management Associates named Reveal(x) a Top 3 Winner in their new report, Security Analytics for Threat Detection and Breach Resolution in 2019.
After detecting and investigating a fake Postman Chrome Extension using Reveal(x) network traffic analysis, one question remained: how much damage could a more sophisticated attacker do? I made my own Chrome malware to find out. Here's what I learned.