Tool and Usage
- MPL 2.0
- Drew Bonasera
- Latest release
- Latest release date
Why this tool?
MultiScanner helps malware analysts by providing a toolkit to perform both automated and manual analysis. The data extracted from the analysis can be easily stored together, including the relevant metadata and samples. It allows enriching the data further by retrieving information from external resources.
How it works
MultiScanner uses several malware scan engines with the usage of the related modules. Another option is using the external services, like submitting a sample to an online sandboxing environment. The retrieved data is parsed and stored.
Usage and audience
MultiScanner is commonly used for malware analysis, malware detection, or malware scanning. Target users for this tool are forensic specialists, malware analysts, and security professionals.
- Application programming interface (API) available
- Customization and additions are possible
- Tool is modular
- Web interface
Tool review and remarks
The review and analysis of this project resulted in the following remarks for this security tool:
- + More than 10 contributors
- + The source code of this software is available
Supported operating systems
MultiScanner is known to work on Linux.
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Related tool information
This tool is categorized as a Linux malware analysis tool, Linux malware detection tool, and Linux malware scanner.