Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by yashau, Mar 20, 2009.
This is what Vivaldi shows
@hawki & @Buddel - I trust you notified firstname.lastname@example.org of this issue?
Our office will be closed during the holidays.
Our support staff will be unavailable on these days, including both phone and email, so responses to your support questions may be delayed.
Thank you for your understanding,
The HitmanPro Support Team"
@hawki Well done. 10Q to the nth!
I wonder which holidays they are talking about.
Since their servers are in the U.K., "holidays" more than likely mean "weekend" unless they are on "vacation" which is another British usage of the word holidays.
The King’s official birthday (King’s Day, Koningsdag) in the Netherlands is celebrated each year with parties, street markets, concerts and special events for the royal family on April 27.
SurfRight, the creators of HitmanPro (now a part of Sophos) are based in Hengelo.
Tinstaafl, thanks for the clarification!
The issue with their certificate seems to be fixed now.
Yes, I already posted also about it in the other thread here
There are more special days coming next weekend: 4 May (National Commemmoration Day) and 5 May (Liberation Day).
There was a reason why I posted in that other thread "It's that time of the year again". (Sometimes in the past I did that too)
HitmanPro build 302
ADDED: Detection of Spelevo Malware
ADDED: Removal of Chromium based Tracking Cookies Edge (Stable, Dev & Canary)
ADDED: Removal of Chromium based Tracking Cookies Brave, Dragon, Iridium & Vivaldi
FIXED: Fixed Suspicious detection's on Microsoft Update Files
FIXED: Scheduler service registration
Does the HitmanPro installed with HitmanPro Alert auto-update separately from a HitmanPro Alert update
There are two scenario's here:
- You have Alert installed and HMP not, then it will always download a temporary and thus run latest version.
- You have Alert installed and HMP, then it will start the locally installed version, which will auto-update to the latest build.
So in either case you should be running the latest version.
Updated just now. TY!
Thanks for the info.
HitmanPro build 304
CHANGED: Tracking Cookie scan is now part of the "Quick scan" profile, so they will appear in the scan results after boot (on default scheduled scan configs).
ADDED: Removal of Chromium based Tracking Cookies for Opera
FIXED: Scheduler failing to start scan in rare cases
FIXED: Detection of Brave Tracking Cookies
Um, Hitman Pro on-demand scan detects and removes cookies?.... removes my persistent login cookies?
I suppose those are questions, not reports? Your questions, is that because of the changes in HMP builds 302 and 304?
To my knowledge, HMP detects and removes only tracking cookies, not login cookies.
That's correct, tracking cookies only. (I have changed the text in the release notes also).
If you have an issue with to many cookies being removed please open a support ticket via email@example.com and make sure to include the scan log + which website you are having the issue(s) with.
Yes, questions as per question mark at end of my query #8244.
Okay. Thanks. I read cookies as "cookies" in general. My bad.
Yes, I understand. But the syntax was confusing to me, I couldn't rule out it was a report and you were asking what was wrong.
Good that no login cookies were removed.
Not your bad, I couldn't be certain, either.
Good that Ronny clarified, and also changed the text in the release notes.
Build 304 scan time improved here over previous releases. At least 1 min faster, at ~02:30 vs. ~03:30 previously (mm:ss).
Separate names with a comma.