Memory Guard
Unlimited Possibilites
The MemoryGuard provides a dynamic code and data interception toolkit that you can tweak to your needs to serve your purposes in new and  innovative ways:

  • Build a kernel API tracing tool
  • Enforce Control Flow Integrity
  • Sniff encrypted network protocols stealthy
  • Harden your cyber-security app

  • Gather threat intelligence
  • Analyze code running both in kernel and user mode
  • Instrument the Windows kernel effortless

Why choose us

Regardless of code examples and Intel documentation Hypervisors development is technically a challenging task. In addition, the diversity of platforms incorporating processor virtualization technologies, coupled with an increasingly complex cyber threat landscape, complicated even more finding true Hypervisors experts.

The MemoryGuard was developed to allow you to focus and build the functionality that adds value instead of dealing with tricky assembly code and obscure problems.

Our ready-made kit provides a proven and clean interface. It can be tailored to fit your requirements regarding kernel monitoring and modification, within a modest budget and without unneeded uncertainties.

For most corporate clients the benefit of leveraging the several years effort we dedicated to address complex issues is not only to get their product to market quicker, which turns out to be a critical advantage anyway, but to unfold features and products that they would have not considered profitable otherwise given the risks to cope with this technology to acomplish a high performance and bug-free hypervisor. After all, the MemoryGuard allows your development teams write useful code instead of solving corner cases of hard stuff trying to get the bug rate down.

MemoryGuard comes with a full year maintenance and support, which can be extended optionally after the first year
Our support team works side by side with the developers to offer a fast response and ensure highest client satisfaction
The kit includes sample tools with source code built on top of MemoryGuard