MultiMon

Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security' started by tony62, Nov 21, 2007.

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  1. tony62

    tony62 Registered Member

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    MultiMon 2.0 from www.resplendence.com a legitimate website and very well crafted program maker gives me no end of trouble with the old NOD32-2.6,7 and new Eset Security Suite.
    I have sent my results for analysis, any wonders??
     
  2. kringles

    kringles Registered Member

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    Hi,

    What is the nature of the problem(s)? Site appears to load fine here with NOD32 v2.7. Are the problem with the site or downloading/using their software?

    regards


    Upon reading your post again I realize that you are having problems with MultiMon 2.0. What is the nature of the problems?
     
  3. tony62

    tony62 Registered Member

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    Multimon 2.0 program itself is determined to be a threat according to Eset Smart Security. Multimon monitors system activities similar to sysinternal products. However Multimon has a keyboard monitoring function which i believe Eset is thinking it is a malware keylogger.

    EDIT: kringles, initially upon installation 'mmreg.tmp' was determined to be a threat. Once installed 'mmpsy.sys' is determined to be a threat - probably unknown NewHeur_PE virus!!
     
  4. ASpace

    ASpace Guest

    Since you posted here , ESET will have a look at this program and will remove detection if they find it appropriate . probably unknown NewHeur_PE virus is advanced heuristics detection
     
  5. tony62

    tony62 Registered Member

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    Hopefully Eset will take a look at this thread. The problem with "mmpsy.sys" driver within Multimon still exists, i have sent countless threatsense info to Eset and really need for this to be resolved.

    Thankyou.

    EDIT: I have also placed "mmpsy.sys" into the exclusions, the problem is that Multimon shifts the driver into C:\DOCUME~1\*******\LOCALS~1\Temp\mmpsy.sys. Even with this in the exclusions, Eset fails to exclude it correctly.
     
  6. ASpace

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    Can you call ESET UK and insist on sending them the sample/file . Perhaps they can make better connection to ESET
     
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