Advanced Heuristics

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by ronjor, Dec 14, 2012.

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  1. ronjor

    ronjor Global Moderator

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  2. RejZoR

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    What about red light but you see for several hundred meters that there is not a single car visible? You can still cross it unharmed...
     
  3. safeguy

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    That would be jaywalking. If you're going to do it, make sure it's not illegal in your country or simply don't get caught :p

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jaywalking
     
  4. kjdemuth

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    Yeah crossing the road could get tough. I might end up having to show up and taking care of you. :p
     
  5. safeguy

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    I know I'm going OT here but it CAN get tough. Let's not forget the disabled, the blind, young children and the elderly (esp. those with poor eyesight). More often than not, we take things for granted and do not realize how blessed we are.

    Back to main topic of the thread:

    I think of advanced heuristics as useful in detection. AV-debates aside, advanced heuristics helps non-technical users in differentiating between clean and bad code. It's the easiest method available for the masses.
     
  6. The Hammer

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    You might get quarantined.:D
     
  7. safeguy

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    Still better than getting fined. :D
     
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