MetaDefender comes in three different flavors: Free, Commercial and Enterprise. The first two options are cloud-based SaaS products designed for users and organizations in need of enhanced security in online environments. For enterprise organizations we offer an on-premise solution, fully customizable, with support for air-gapped environments.
Licensing comes in different tiers dedicated to precise needs. The tiers come with flexible limits and can be combined to offer flexibility and competitive prices
The MetaDefender Cloud Prevention API enables flexibility in processing and use of different technologies including:
Scanning a file by file upload
Rescanning a file
Data sanitization (Deep CDR) requests
The MetaDefender Cloud Reputation API includes multiple methods for information recall including:
Retrieving scan reports using a data hash
Retrieving scan reports for multiple hashes
Scanning IP addresses, URLs and domains
Scanning lists of IPs, URLs and domains
File metadata lookup
The MetaDefender Cloud Feed API grants instant access to hashes:
Infected and no threat found files
Updated immediately after scanning
Flexible access to historical data
Multiscanning results for each hash
Threat name and file extension
We enable a wide range of Antimalware Engines for commercial use
Questions about our licensing?
Here are the most frequently asked questions
OPSWAT has explicit agreements for redistributing the scanning results only with all the vendors in the commercial offering.
No, all static operations performed when a file is uploaded, including Deep CDR are charged as one request.
No, only hash lookups that return results are counted. Same for IPs, URLs, and Domains
All hashes come from files that OPSWAT has scanned in time from various sources in including malware sharing programs, users, and integrations with other OPSWAT products.
Anyone can register for a free account. Click the "Sign in" button from the header bar to go to our register page and signup with your email address to start using MetaDefender Cloud immediately. All new accounts also receive an apikey for API access.
No. When the daily limit is reached, the service will not accept any more requests, throwing an HTTP 429 error for limit exceeded.