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What is it?

The practice of isolating malware, or software that is suspected to contain malware, within a contained or quarantined environment to observe and study its communications, infection vectors, and other behavioral heuristics.

Why is it important?

Sandboxing allows security researchers to investigate malware execution, heuristics, and communications within an isolated environment and aids in the development of indicators of compromise (IOC) and anti-malware signatures.

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