Eset Anti-Stealth Technology Simple Test

Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security' started by proactivelover, Mar 25, 2008.

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  1. proactivelover

    proactivelover Registered Member

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    i use a programe name folder lock it uses rootkit's protection to hide it's folder
    when i scan it by EAV or ESS it scan that folder too
    i like Eset Anti-Stealth Technology:thumb:
     

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  2. ASpace

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    You can temporary disable ESS's antivirus/antispyware protection , download some malware in that folder , hide it , re-enabled ESS protection and try again to scan . Share the results :)

    The Anti-stealth technology in NOD32 v2.7 have once or twice found live rootkit . It found hidden file which NOD32 didn't see if antistealth was disabled. The file it found was detected by the AH (hidden+AH) , so I can say either that it is good improvement :thumb:
     
  3. proactivelover

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    here you go dear HiTech_boy:thumb:
    when you encrypt files and then scan ESS says files are ok
    but when you scramble files and then scan they detect by ess
     

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    Rubbish.
     
  5. EASTER

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    Where in the world did that propaganda come from. I yet to find a single virus on any USB Pen Drive that i've purchased.
     
  6. ASpace

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    Actually it is true . It might not be so high percent (90%) , I don't know , but there are really lots of malware which spread via removable media (such as USB flash drives) . I live in a small town and one of the biggest photo-making studious here receive plenty of their photos and films from the removable media of their clients (memory cards , flash drives , etc) . There isn't a single day without a different virus is detected in USB drives which their clients bring .

    My own flash has been infected by a USB worm twice (thanks my NOD32 gets immediately after I plug it back in my laptop) .

    Those threats can be not only worms , but trojans , they may collect personal info but still spread via removable media.

    Nowadays plugging a USB flash which have previously been plugged into another unknown computer can be very risky.
     
  7. proactivelover

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    thank's HiTech_boy
    my friends pc's are always infected by these USB Removal Viruses
    these viruses are very dangerous they can disable taskmanager,registryeditor,hidden files system and open port's to new malware to install
    when a pc infect by these viruses you can not install any AV
    i disinfect many pc daily infected by these viruses
    ESET Advanced Heuristic's detect these viruses without signature update so thank's eset
     
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