Microsoft's Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit: A Rationale for Enabling Modern Anti-Exploritation Mitigations in Windows
Microsoft®’s Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET) is an enhancement to the Windows® operating system that stops broad classes of malware from executing. EMET implements a set of anti-exploitation mitigations that prevent the successful exploitation of memory corruption vulnerabilities in software, including many zero-day...
01 October 2014 12 page(s) pdf
Microsoft's Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit Guide
Anti-exploitation mitigations like EMET are increasing in importance. By specifically restricting access to broad classes of exploits, EMET protects software from memory corruption attacks used by many APT actors, protects software in between patch cycles, and protects legacy software even...
22 October 2014 12 page(s) pdf
Understanding the Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit Frequently Asked Questions
This document contains Frequently Asked Questions regarding EMET
01 October 2014 8 page(s) pdf
Cyber attackers want access to your sensitive information or intellectual property for strategic advantage, or more commonly, for monetary gain. They commonly attempt to exploit vulnerabilities in your computer system and network by using malware delivered via email or web...
31 October 2013 2 page(s) pdf
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