KASPERKY 5.0 AND AND AV TESTER 3.0

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by gadits, Jul 2, 2004.

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  1. gadits

    gadits Registered Member

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    does anyone who are using kav 5.0 passed the av tester 3.0
    i tried all of the test but seems like kav dont recognise anything!!!!!
    i put the highest level in the protection setings in the on acces scanning
    so whats wrong here?!?!!?
     
  2. tazdevl

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    Right click and scan the file, it will find the baddies.
     
  3. gadits

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    i think you dindnt understand.....
    i use the program "antivirus tester 3.0" and i never pass any test!!!
    the KAV dont detect anything!!!!!
    how come the kav engine have alot of good revies and avery good test rate in any site?!?!?
     
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    KAV has responded that they don't think there's a real virus involved. o_O
     
  5. Arin

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    dear gadits, use the standard EICAR test to test your KAV. don't worry about the AV test 3.0 a lot of antivirus softwares ignore this program.
     
  6. alex T

    alex T Registered Member

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    As NOD, Kasperski don't discover that something as been written on the disc.
    (I'm not sure that anything is really written). If you put the test files on a floppy, kasperski on-line scanner detects them as :
    I-Worm.Dname
    I-Worm.LoveLetter
    I-Worm.Lee
     
  7. gadits

    gadits Registered Member

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    ok thnks to u all i got the idea i hope yhat u are right
    and kav can detect those files.....
    but just not the av tester
     
  8. Arin

    Arin Registered Member

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    dear gadits, the AV tester is not itself a virus. it just contains some inactive viral codes. so don't worry.
     
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