Guardiano-Assembler antimalware

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  1. SUPERIOR

    SUPERIOR Registered Member

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    i am sorry if this already posted but i did search about it and nothing found
    while i was searching for new program i just stumbled with this neaty program
    it is not new not old either ...not perfect but not bad one
    i tested it in VM and looks like has good features
    if experts have some free time ....test it and lets see what you think
     
  2. dw426

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    Does this thing have an official website? I Google searched and came up with nothing but websites with "download" in their names. In other words, a lot of shady looking websites. I'll leave it to the real testers if they want to touch it, but it looks suspicious to these eyes. What's up with its interface as well? (I'd link the website I found the screenshot on, but it doesn't look all that safe either). It looks like one of those 1990s adware programs.
     
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    :D
    not really i would disagree specially the GUI
    sorry here's the link
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    http://www.wcn.it/guardiano.html
    
    scanned on VT and the result 2/41 detected as suspicious
    i found it through this site
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    http://www.windows7download.com/win7-guardiano-assembler/oqnugogt.html
    
     
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    Not really trying to rain on anything here, I'm just going from a security standpoint and my gut. The official website, http://www.wcn.it/guardiano.html, just doesn't look right to me. Nor are any of the "recommendations" at the bottom of the page comforting. As far as the Windows7download website, ClearCloud DNS blocks it. As far as the GUI, let's agree to disagree, lol. It just looks really weird to me, and doesn't scream "legit". Someone here will get curious enough to poke their nose in it, we'll see what is said.
     
  5. Kees1958

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    It is available for REACTOS also :D
     
  6. SUPERIOR

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    um...i dont know but i tested it against stuxnet and it was detected :argh:
     
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    That thing probably is Stuxnet :D I kid, I kid...I hope? Lol.
     
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    Oh..comforting..:D
     
  9. SUPERIOR

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    :D

    i tested it against virus "Ramnit" and TDL4 rootkit ...it detected changes and showed suspicious behaviors ...dont tell me that both of them are the program itself .... could be malwarekit or malware suit !!! :doubt:
     
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    The "latest viruses added" list looks a lot like the rogue ones you see where 'buzzwords' are used even if years out of date.

    I can't directly link but a good rule of thumb for any security site that looks strange is to use google string searches on anything that looks strange.

    In this case you will find something interesting if you google "H8srt TDSS Var2" (WITH the quotes).
     
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    "Interesting" is one way of putting that (I googled it and saw what you meant).
     
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    http://www.wcn.it "appears" to be the www of their retail computer shop and repair etc business. Seems to me as if they "look" as if they know quite a bit about various flavours of OS's etc etc than a lot of other outfits ;)

    Using Google translate of http://www.wcn.it

    http://translate.google.com/translate?u=http://www.wcn.it/&sl=it&tl=en&hl=&ie=UTF-8

    Some interesting items on there :D

    g.gif

    http://www.wcn.it/apple.html Yes Apple/Linux etc you name it, they do it all

    My guess is they are "probably OK and just trying to be helpful !
     
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    Reinstalling ME/Millenium Edition in this day and age seems outright criminal to me...;)
     
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    The interface is clumsy...:(
     
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    yea and not much details about infected entities ..so far i have tested its still good one
    mainly it depends on snapshots of system then compare and analyze the mistmatched snapshots
     
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    You can upload pics to your forum post by using "Manage Attachments" -- it is located a few lines below the block where you post your comments.
     
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    Yeah...Blah...o_O
     
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    Tons of false positives on my system..
     
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    Hi, i'm the developer of Guardiano Antivirus, if anyone want to contribute to my freeware project, please send me false-positive-detections logs (or posting them on some paste service.. )
    The changes will maded on a day

    Best Regards ;)

    He who knows does not speak.He who speaks does not know.
     
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