This dashboard provides a clear overview of recent zero-day vulnerabilities in browsers:
Try checking if you installed any Google software on that day.
Try to uncheck "filter HTTPS protocol" in your Adguard settings
However, it gets much less impressive once you find out that Endgame just blindly flags almost every new version of lesser-known Windows...
Why? All this "protects" against is locally running malware. But once malware has reached that point, it's game over, it's game over anyway.
Download page has finally moved to an HTTPS host. Good! :thumb:
Would you have simple instructions to do both of these things on a Win 8.1 Home system?
I haven't used a resident antivirus on my main PC for more than 10 years, as I believe it is NOT good practice for security-conscious power users,...
Yes, i believe Smart Object Blocker should be able to block it.
Not sure what EMET has to do with this thread?
That's pretty weird, I also use Chrome, with malware/phishing protection enabled, and I can access this blog with no problems whatsoever.
Actually it does (the "network.pcap" file).
Very nice project! I can see this becoming huge with some security-obsessed customers :)
v7.4.20 (April 10 2015)
Just to provide some quick feedback after a couple weeks of use, Software Policy is pretty good and lightweight! My only gripe is that the GUI is...
It works both as admin and non-admin, though it will (obviously) be able to scan more files as admin.
The link was wrong apparently. Works for me now - try to refresh the blog page.
Thought this would be the right place to share this:
A colleague of mine has made a small scanner to identify ANY apps that feature the infamous...
None of the Win 7 x64 machines I have checked have that folder. I did install the latest updates. Do you know which update could be creating it?
Thanks for your suggestions. I'll give "Software Policy" a try.
I want to only allow executables in Windows and Program Files to run, and block them everywhere else.
I'm looking for a simple, lightweight, and...
Version 1.11 is available! List of changes (got this info from @hexatomium):
- a bug causing some files to go undetected has been fixed
Looks like a false positive to me. I will inform the developer about it. Perhaps it should be reported to Avast as well. What is the detection...
The link is now up again.
The updated version can now show full file paths, and automatically saves results in a "MZreveal.log" file.
A new version should be released shortly. (I've been testing it last night.)
Edit: apparently you can get an early download link by following...
Separate names with a comma.