Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by svenfaw, Feb 28, 2015.
Sorry, I've updated the RCC hash at https://hexatomium.github.io/hashes.html.
Windows 10 1809 may have added these:
Scanning baselines available: 2
Definitions updated: 2018-11-20
*** Scanning Windows root CA store... (Baseline selected: RCC1_STD_MSCTL)
Number of roots in trust store: 54
Number of roots in trust list: 391
Number of 'interesting' items: 2
31F9FC8BA3805986B721EA7295C65B3A44534274: Microsoft ECC TS Root Certificate
Time of insertion: 2019-04-06 00:46:37 UTC
4F65566336DB6598581D584A596C87934D5F2AB4: Class 3 Public Primary Certificat
Time of insertion: 2019-04-07 02:54:32 UTC
RCC is a nice little utility. The current Firefox version uses a new SQLite format database cert9.db now, and not the older cert8.db. Any chance of an update to RCC?
Sorry for the late reply.
The first detection is a false positive. The latest RCC build will no longer flag it.
The second one is an obsolete Symantec root and should no longer be trusted.
Not currently on the roadmap, I'm afraid (I haven't looked at Firefox in a while and am too busy with other projects)
This about your RCC program :
I ran a scan on yesterday and this was the results :
D23209AD23D314232174E40D7F9D62139786633A: Equifax Secure Certificate Author
Time of insertion: 2017-05-15 14:54:00 UTC
227A78FDB2913605D3FF966A3B5837D618A988FC: Smart PC Soft
Time of insertion: 2018-11-07 00:24:58 UTC
After that I disabled the Equifax certificate but when I was looking for Smart PC Soft, I noticed that the expiration date is 2050.
For which reason, RCC detected the Smart PC Soft certificate ?
On the other hand, I noticed that I got a few old certificates with the expiration date from 1999 to 2018, should I disable or remove them from my computer ?
Please check the attachments screenshots. Let me know, thank you.
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