Modern software used for hacker attacks and espionage bypasses antivirus systems with ease and hides its traces very efficiently. Group-IB Laboratory has unique tools for detecting malware and traces of their activity, including those among deleted and encrypted data.
For more than 10 years, the analysts from Group-IB Laboratory have been monitoring the evolution of malware and the development of "private" Trojans – software packages with broad functionality developed by large criminal groups.
Using the hi-tech Equipment allows searching for malware on HDD firmware level. This allows revealing hidden subpartitions, where malicious programs hide from formatting and other traditional methods for disk cleaning.
The analysts from Group-IB Forensic Laboratory constantly participate in the cybercrime investigations. That is why they recognize the "modus operandi" of active criminal groups in the detected malicious programs. It makes the Laboratory’s conclusions especially valuable in subsequent investigations.
If your antivirus programs are not giving any alerts, but you are noticing signs of suspicious activity, contact our Laboratory experts to find out what is happening. We examine malware considering the confidentiality requirements, such as blocking any network interactions of harmful programs. You get a comprehensive diagnosis and recommendations on further steps without additional risks.
Understanding the algorithms, functional capabilities and network interactions of programs used by criminals allows us to fully reconstruct incidents and find traces leading to their organizers. The Group-IB investigation department uses the Laboratory examination findings to identify the criminals and, if necessary, prepare materials for the law-enforcement agencies and courts.
You can use the conclusions made by the Forensic laboratory as admissible evidence in Russian and foreign courts. The Laboratory follows the guidelines provided by the leading government expert institutions and international organizations. Group-IB specialists document all the findings in full accordance with relevant legal requirements.