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Automatically detect malicious code injections and trojanized updates to closed source packages in your ecosystem

With our Software Bill of Behaviors, unmask the known unknowns and bring unparalleled transparency to your software supply chain

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Automate detection of potentially malicious modifications and reduce your manual analysis backlogs.


Analyze the thousands of applications and libraries that comprise your software supply chain and force multiply your defender workforce.

Validate Trust

No application should be trusted by default. Verify that software is as the developer intended and deeply understand what your 3rd party software is capable of.
Comparative Analysis

Karambit.AI's comparative analysis of software updates over time provides context for what behaviors are normal for a given application.
Flag Malicious Code Injections

Detect attacks in end-user software by highlighting anomalous behavioral intents and clearly identify the added capabilities.

Karambit’s use of a contents historical functionality and changes, set itself apart from traditional static analysis. With this innovative perspective, we are looking forward to insight into content that we have not had previously. Securing the supply chain is very important to protect Microsoft’s customers and brand.

Mike Bush

Product Manager at Microsoft

Frequently asked questions

What is a Software Bill of Behaviors (SBOB), and how does it go beyond a Software Bill of Materials (SBOM)?
While a Software Bill of Materials can provide a basic understanding of the components of a software system—akin to an ingredients list in a food product—a Software Bill of Behaviors goes deeper: it anticipates potential "allergens" that could disrupt your software supply chain.

Imagine being able to predict whether software will behave in a way that could harm your system or users. That's the foresight into software risk that an SBOB offers.

By mapping out expected software behaviors, an SBOB provides a crucial baseline that highlights behavioral changes or anomalies in updates, offering a dynamic and comprehensive risk assessment that a traditional SBOM cannot.
Do you require source code?
Karambit.AI's static analysis engine, Karambyte, neither requires nor uses source code and instead analyzes compiled binaries. This allows us to find backdoors and capabilities that do not appear in source code.

For example, the SolarWinds attacker injected malicious functionality directly into the SolarWinds build platform, bypassing earlier stages of development where source code review and other security checks typically occur.
Do you perform static or dynamic analysis? Do you need to execute?
We do not execute software to perform our behavioral analysis. Instead, Karambyte focuses on static binary analysis. This allows us to find behaviors that might evade observation when solely run in a sandbox environment.

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