Enterprise Real-Time Ransomware Monitoring Software Tool for IT Professsionals

What is Corner Bowl Ransomware Monitor?

Corner Bowl Ransomware Monitor offers a comprehensive software solution for IT specialists, providing continuous monitoring and management capabilities for your organization. This powerful tool enables you to consistently track operating system executables and DLLs, application and mission-critical data files, file content modifications, attribute changes, access permissions, and file access on both Windows and Linux servers and workstations. Corner Bowl File Integrity Monitor assists you in meeting compliance requirements such as CJIS, CMMC, NIST, JSIG, GDPR, PCI/DSS, and GDPR, ensuring your organization's security and regulatory adherence.

How does Corner Bowl do it?

File Scanning

Corner Bowl Software's File Integrity Monitor scans directories using Windows Shares, SFTP/SSH and FTP/S to create file access, file attribute and file content baselines then continually re-scans to let you know when a file is accessed, modified or deleted. Supports Windows, Linux/Unix and other hardware devices.

Real-Time Object Access Auditing

Configure Object Access Auditing on your Windows Servers to create real-time monitors. Once configured assign our pre-installed File System Auditing Monitor to send email notifications. Take it a step further and forward the IP address the attack originated from to a Powershell script that updates your firewall rules to block the attacker's IP address all in real-time.

Real-Time Directory Monitoring

Want to keep it lightweight while building redundancy into your ransomware monitoring software tool? Configure Real-Time Directory Monitors on your Windows Servers that send email notifications to your IT management team the instant a file is modified, deleted, renamed, moved and created in any directory or sub-directory.

Supported Platforms and Databases

Windows
Linux
MySQL
MySQL
SQLite
Microsoft SQL Server
MySQL

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Last Updated: January 16th, 2024