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The NCPS Advanced Malware Analysis Center (AMAC) is a set of capabilities that provide a segregated, closed, computer network system that is used to analyze computer network vulnerabilities and threats. Typically, the AMAC receives information about computer security vulnerabilities and threats in the form of actual malicious code submitted to US-CERT. Once received, analysts use the malware analysis capabilities to analyze the code or images in order to discover how to secure or defend computer systems against the threat. The corrective action information is then published in US-CERT products such as vulnerability reports or alerts or malware reports.

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