Most of the current Traps approaches to preventing Windows exploit techniques are very specific to Windows. Its approaches to preventing attacks by malware are more generic. I can't speak to the roadmap, but based on what I know, preventing exploit techniques on operating systems other than Windows would be a major engineering effort.
You'll get no roadmaps from me, even on the rare occasion when I know anything about 'em. :smileyhappy:
The question about A/V replacement is apparently common among customers and prospects. The official answer to those folks includes:
1. Do you think you need to keep your A/V solution to meet any legal compliance requirements?
2. Based on what you know about the product, what else would you need to see to be comfortable replacing your A/V solution with Traps?
3. Traps is perfectly compatible with the major A/V solutions, so there's no harm in running them together on the same machines.
4. Some A/V solutions include desktop management tools, DLP features, and other capabilities that aren't really about protecting against exploits and malware. We think Traps is superior at exploit prevention and at least as good as any A/V solution at protecting against malware. But it's not in the business of solving those other desktop management problems. So you may want to keep using your A/V solution for those other things that Traps doesn't do.
Can you tell that I really like this new addition to the platform?
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