Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus/Smart Security Beta' started by Marcos, May 5, 2011.
Got the same thing....
Upload the file to VirusTotal.com to see if others detect it
I dont't want black and white!
I want like version 4.2....very soft.
not problem for me in site - http://www.videohelp.com/download/aimp_3.00.881_beta_2.zip
You were right, they did release the beta this week. Good job buddy
Anti-Stealth support module: 1025 (20110413)(ESS5 and SysInspector) not detect an active Win32/Olmarik.ADA (rootkit tdl4 version all, for 64 bit ) for Windows 7 x64.
Could you confirm that v4.2 detects it fine?
I do not know.
I have got two suggestions which might further improve the usability:
* how about an option to enable/disable the 'Gaming mode' by right-clicking on the icon on the task bar, for example above 'Temporarily disable protection'? Now you first have to navigate to the 'Setup' tab, or enable auto detection of full screen application in the advanced setup tree, which might be complicated for novice/average users.
* how about providing a quick link on the 'Computer scan' tab under the link 'Computer scan setup...' to schedule an on-demand computer scan? So that it opens the scheduler, automatically selects on-demand computer scan, so the first window which users clicking that quick link see would be the window with 'Task name' and on what interval the task should be ran. This might also increase usability for novice/average users.
Being as you're so adament about this issue, the way I see it you have three options:
Either accept the way the beta is, use the ctrl g option, or keep version 4.2. Hope this answers your question!
You can disable submission of files or keep it enable it. Now that ThreatSense.Net has gone cloud there's no sense in confirming what's being submitted.
I would like to see an update button on the right-click popup on the taskbar.
Thanks for your explanation. I hope the option will come back as it's a good system to find new malware, but I am currently beta testing a program and signed a NDA and Eset wants to submit it and with 4.2 I could block it from submission but now I have to completely disable it
Awesome! I'll try this and post my results. Thanks!
If you use the Tool Cloud-Powered Reputation to display my running processes and their reputation, in the list also sysinspector.exe is displayed (having a red person icon with the number 1 next to it as number of users). But I don't have the SysInspector process running on my pc at this moment (task manager), how is that possible?
Also why doesn't it display any reputation data on, a which I think is a common process, chrome.exe?
FYI. I just checked, and SysInspector is not on my list with an red alien/person
Computer scan -> SysRescue and ESS v126.96.36.199 no checks Boot Sector MBR! 100%.
back trying it and so far all is well.
ESS 5 Beta...making your competition look bad! This is a very smooth beta so far!
P.S. trjam...I am not following you!
Ok people Eset 5 Beta testing by LanGuy99
I think he mess up the HIPS responses (he is pushing wrong buttons 2 or 3 time).
Am I right?
He did that on purpose just to see if the AV would detect the threat.
I believe Eset needs to add some rule sets for the HIPS for automatic mode, and interactive mode. How is automatic mode meant to be used? Is it only meant to be used after the HIPS is ran in learning mode to learn your systems behavior? Interactive mode would also be useless without any rule sets if it has to ask the user about every safe action executed on a users machine. It seems to have no white listing at the moment. So automatic mode would offer no protection since it would allow everything that does not specifically have a rule set, and interactive mode would give you a prompt to allow or deny every action executed on your machine without a rule set even if it was a well known safe action already white listed by almost all HIPS. Is there any plans to include white listing or rule sets in the final release or is it left up to user to custom enter all rules, and / or for the user to run Eset in learning mode until it learns your systems behavior? I do realize this is a beta so I was hoping basic white listing rule sets will be released before the final build is released. I guess I could always run ESS HIPS in learning mode until it learns the majority of my systems safe actions, and then run in interactive or automatic mode. I'm out of town at the moment, but when I get back I'm going to give ESS 5 beta a spin to see if running in learning mode will enter populate a good white list rule set for my system. If that works then I could run in automatic mode or interactive mode with a very good extra layer of security.
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