The cloud-delivered WildFire® malware analysis service uses data and threat intelligence from the industry’s largest global community, and applies advanced analysis to automatically identify unknown threats and stop attackers in their tracks.
|August 2019||Recursive Analysis|
|August 2019||Perl Script Analysis|
|July 2019||WildFire U.S. Government Cloud|
|July 2019||Real-Time WildFire Verdicts: PDF and APK Files|
|June 2019||Batch File Analysis|
|April 2019||Real-Time WildFire Verdicts: PE and ELF Files|
New Firewall Features with PAN-OS 9.0!
|Jan 2019||Real-Time WildFire Verdicts: Documents|
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The WildFire™ API extends the malware detection capabilities of WildFire through a RESTful XML-based API. Using the WildFire API, you can automate the submission of files and links to WildFire or a WildFire appliance for analysis, and to query WildFire for verdicts, samples, and reports.
The WildFire™ cloud service analyzes files and email links to detect threats and create protections to block malware. When WildFire identifies a zero-day threat, it globally distributes protection for that threat in under five minutes. The WildFire Administrator's Guide describes how WildFire works, how to start forwarding unknown files to WildFire for analysis, and how to block malware that WildFire identifies. You'll also find everything you need to set up and manage a WildFire appliance and WildFire appliance clusters — the WildFire appliance is an on-premise WildFire solution for organizations that cannot send files out of the network for analysis.
Learn all about the latest features in WildFire, the Palo Alto Networks malware analysis service. Here you'll find everything new that we've been working on for the WildFire cloud, WildFire appliances, and related updates to Palo Alto Networks firewalls. You'll also find a list of open issues that we're working on to improve your WildFire experience.
Thinking about upgrading your next-gen firewalls and Panorama to PAN-OS 8.1? Before you begin, make sure you review the release notes to learn about known issues, issues we’ve addressed in the release, and changes in behavior that may impact your existing deployment.