Firewall leaktests beta 1a

Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security v3 Beta Forum' started by Sjoeii, May 17, 2007.

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  1. Sjoeii

    Sjoeii Registered Member

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    I tried to test the firewall in ESS. These are my results:

    1.Ghost: FAIL
    2.jumper: FAIL
    3. GRC leaktest: PASS
    4. Pc Audit: PASS
    5. Yalta: PASS
    6. AKLT: FAILED ALL
    7. cpil: FAIL
    8. mbtest: PASS
    9. DNStester: FAIL
    10. thermite: FAIL
    11. surfer: FAIL
    12. Wallbreaker: FAILED ALL

    OEPS :'( :doubt: :eek:
    This doesn't loook very good. Passed only 4 out of 12

    ESET please do something about your firewall.
     
  2. IcePanther

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    Hi Sjoeii,

    It had to be expected since ESS Beta 1a is the same as Beta1 regarding features, so the results are the same as with Beta1. I sure hope, though, that this will be fixed/taken car of, in one of the next beta releases.
     
  3. The One

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    Some of these tests aren't even Firewall tests but just plain security tests.
    AKLT for examle is a keylogger test and it fails all
     
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    Yes, AKLT is not a leaktest, more of a security test, since it's a test intended to show how security products can protects against keyloggers, and it doesn't try to send any data.

    There are other tests like this, too : SPT, APT, PX, and SDT are tests used to see if a process resists termination by various methods. I don't have time right now to do this, but it would be nice if someone could test the ekrn.exe process against them.
     
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    That is exactly what I meant
     
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