A prove that Eset firewall is weak and not strong enough to protect you !

Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security' started by Najem1992, May 11, 2009.

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  1. Najem1992

    Najem1992 Registered Member

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    hi everyone
    Eset must do something about the firewall because it's very weak !
    see pic below

    http://img4.imageshack.us/img4/9035/27997787.jpg

    that's a pictuter of a virus working normally after he injected the browser " internet explorer " to connect and Eset firewall is sleeping and watching it !:blink:

    of course it show " internet explorer " but internet explorer is not open ! that's the virus using it to connect and spy and hack
    the computer !!!

    you must make filtering feature or Strong Hips to strengthen the firewall
    also make the firewall depend on itself like Kaspersky firewall not
    depending on Heuristics and Advanced Heuristics only !
     
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  2. ASpace

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    The picture is a virus or what ?
     
  3. ASpace

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    I clicked on the picture and checked - nothing happened with my IE8 or whatever program.
     
  4. Najem1992

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    no it's a virus
    it's a picture of the virus :D
     
  5. ASpace

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    How can an ! and No hotlink text be a picture of a computer virus ?
     
  6. Najem1992

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    see the picture again and
    read what I wrote carefully to understand what I said
     
  7. stratoc

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    link is working fine for me.
     
  8. Hefaistos22

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    to ASpace: Najem 1992 was trying to say that the picture is NOT a virus. But only a picture of the firewall connections and one of them belongs to some virus or something like that;) Well,he should use english better than this next time...
     
  9. Najem1992

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    I did , I said it correctly
    he should improve his English reading skill !
     
  10. ASpace

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    He/She changed the picture (the link) and edited their initial post ;)

    Cheers! :thumb:
     
  11. Najem1992

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    yes I did
    and thanks for coming back to the thread once again
    anyway what I want to do is to make Eset have a better
    firewall because this one is very weak !!
     
  12. MasterTB

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    So you're saying that some virus injected code on to IE and is using it to connect to the web or that some virus is masquerading as IE and connecting to the web?
    (either way ESS should have picked it up) buy just to clarify.. what is that we are seeing..

    I know of some HIPS testing programs that inject code on to IE to make it open a web page... but the program displaying the page is IE (usually it uses OLE automation which is hard to identify as good or bad behavior even for a HIPS program) but if you're saying that some virus is showing up as IE and ESS is believing it.. that's a whole other story my friend.
     
  13. Shankle

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    Hi Najem1992,
    Why in the world would you be using Internet explorer or for that matter Outlook express? They have been buggy for years. Microsoft specializes in buggy code.
    There is Firefox and Thunderbird and they are reliable.
     
  14. Eice

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    Yes, I suppose that's why Mozilla had to release 5 updates since this February to fix more than 20 bugs.
     
  15. Riony

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    It is best a fast response than hidding a vulnerability along a entire month to release a patch.
     
  16. Eice

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    It looks like some people are still trapped in the outdated presumption that Microsoft has more bugs than Mozilla. God knows Firefox needs that "fast response".
     
  17. Shankle

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    Odd, They have been working for years for me.
    Outlook express caused me no end of problems.
    At least Mozilla fixes any problems whereas Microsoft Beta tests on the public.....
    This debate could go on for years. Do what works for you.
    Just know that there is an alternative out there if it is needed.
     
  18. Riony

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  19. Bubba

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    Well, given the fact the thread starter has altered their first post as mentioned above, there seems to be no further reason to continue on or off topic :isay:

    Bubba
     
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