HUNTSVILLE, Ala. and LAS VEGAS -- ArxceoR Corporation, a provider of anti-reconnaissance and anomaly behavioral-based attack prevention technology, today announced at INTEROPR (Booth #1107) a technology licensing program and the release of the Ally Binary Engine (ABE) Development Kit. Third party companies can now license Arxceo's patented, award-winning network security technology and easily integrate it into their products using ABE to enable signature-less, anti-reconnaissance and zero-day protection for all types of computers and network devices, no matter the size.
Arxceo has also completed the first product integration using the ABE Development Kit with JBM Electronics to create the first secure IP/VPN router with automatic wireless WAN failover capability. JBM Electronics is a leading manufacturer of cellular gateway routers that interface legacy protocol devices to modern LAN/WAN networks. Combining Arxceo's award-winning technology into the JBM Cellular Gateway will provide a secure, cellular gateway for primary or failover connectivity for applications such as cellular backup to broadband, retail store connectivity, kiosk/point-of-sale, utility SCADA meters, and ATM cash machines.
The ABE development kit consists of the core Ally driver and an OS specific wrapper, allowing for fast integration. The driver requires minimal processor power and memory to provide high performance protections, allowing vendors to add Ally appliance functionality without upgrading hardware platforms. Currently, Arxceo's Ally Binary Engine can be integrated with Windows, Linux and various custom applications. In the future, Arxceo has plans to provide wrappers for Symbian, Palm and BlackBerry operating systems.
Arxceo's ABE is efficient and consumes miniscule computing resources (less than 150k of code) compared to other existing methods. Arxceo's Tag-UR-IT technology protects network segments by hardening and securing devices such as a switch, router or broadband modem from network attackers. The technology provides superior network security without requiring expensive hardware or the use of signatures.
"Launching our licensing program along with the release of the Ally Binary Engine Development Kit is a significant milestone for Arxceo," said Don Davidson, Arxceo CEO. "This release furthers our strategy for enabling our unique approach to securing the widest range of computer and networking products, as well as point-of-sale and handheld wireless devices. Attackers are shifting their tactics and broadening their targets beyond servers and desktop computers and we believe our extremely efficient software design with the industry's smallest resource requirements is the only viable approach for protecting them."