Which are three functions of sandboxing? (Choose three.)
Sandboxing quarantines suspicious files and immediately flags them as malware.
Depending on the configuration, the owner of the sandbox can propagate this new knowledge across their network security environment.
After some time, if nothing malicious is detected in the quarantined files, the sandbox declares them as safe and releases them from quarantine.
Sandboxing products take a suspect file and places it in an environment where its behaviors can be closely analyzed.
Sandboxes can send the details to the vendor’s threat intelligence service so that the details can be shared worldwide.