‘Before & After’ samples of common file types, processed with ‘Content Disarm and Reconstruction’ (CDR) file-sanitization technology.
Click the icons below to compare the original and sanitized copies.

Before CDR

A PDF file containing active content (a form) 

A .zip archive containing a macro-enabled Excel workbook (click the links)

MS  Word file with complex formatting

A complex Excel file containing many formulas

A PNG image file containing hidden embedded malware
(a steganographic attack)

A steganographic attack - before CDR

After CDR

The same file – neutralized (form is de-activated) 

The same archive – macros removed
File structure is simplified – formatting remains intact

Sanitized file retains formatting & functionality

The reconstituted image file – purged of embedded malware

Steganographic attack - after CDR
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