The worst part of leaving the S1 ecosystem is that not everyone is as committed to maintaining/documenting their API's as we are. No man is an island, but I'm a firm believer that security strategies *should* aspire to near-island status as much as is reasonably possible.

All of this could be accomplished while you're waiting in the CVS drive through for this months COVID test.

Imagine submitting a file to a specific ML model for a signature-less and quick "Yes/No" about if it is malicious or not. Then if it comes back as malicious the response includes a list - in chronological order - of where the file has been seen before. Though most of those results will already be detected/mitigated from an agent of the same ML model installed on them, you would be able see the first time the file arrived and investigate possible propagation.


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