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Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by sinlam, Jul 24, 2013.

  1. hendy

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    Thank you treehouse786. That information was very helpful. The problem can be reproduced when Universal AV is disabled. We will solve this on the next release.
     
  2. hendy

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    There will be an option for the end users to choose which CLoud AV's he wants to use? I would like to deactivate at least the cloud Clam AV since it a source for Flase Positives.
    It would be nice as well an easy way to report FPs
     
  4. treehouse786

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    nice update :thumb:
     
  5. hendy

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    Thank you for your suggestion, guest. We will discuss about this internally.
     
  6. hendy

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    Thank you, treehouse786 :). I'm glad that you like the new update. All the feedback that we get will help us to improve SecureAPlus from time to time.
     
  7. 142395

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    Hi guys, nice to see you here again!
    (I added 2718 as Yuki is already used here.)

    Thank you hendy for renaming optimization!:thumb:

    That's sounds good, but suppose maybe difficult to implement?
     
  8. hendy

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    You are welcome, Yuki.

    You are right. The implementation is not that easy. I have to discuss this internally with other team members first.
     
  9. RLim

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    Celebrate Halloween with SecureAPlus.

    Enter the following license code for 2 years protection: (First come first serve, for 50 activation only)
    BF3A32-B7ED0A-258BE8-4480C3-A4

    Happy Halloween to all at Wilders Security Forum.
     
  10. 142395

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    Is it safe to publicly show your license code?o_O

    Sorry, I misinterpreted it!
    So it's a gift of free license.
     
  11. RLim

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    Yes, Yuki.

    Its a free license courtesy of SecureAge.
     
  12. RLim

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    We are currently doing a polling for interest to have this feature in SecureAPlus.
    You can submit your opinion to:
    https://secureaplusforum.secureage.com/index.php/topic,41.0.html

    If we could gather more Yes, we will bring this feature sooner to SecureAPlus.
    Need your support.
     
  13. RLim

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  14. Tarnak

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    Seems to be a problem updating the database.

    ScreenShot_SAP_clamAV virus database update problem_01.gif ScreenShot_SAP_clamAV virus database update problem_02.gif
     
  15. hendy

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    The virus signature update is downloaded directly from ClamAV server or its mirrors. The first screenshot shows that the server was busy, so that it was unable to accept any new connection. The second snapshot shows that the mirror has not been synchronized yet. You may try again another time.
     
  16. webbit

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    very interesting program, will you be submitting it for testing at AV comparatives?
     
  17. hendy

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    We will consider about it.
     
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  19. Mayahana

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    Kaspersky UTM Enterprise Flow Scanning Detects your product has a couple of different malicious code signatures - actual hits, not generic, which means something in your product has identical fingerprints;

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    2014-11-17 22:44:07
    warn
    Anti-Virus
    Virus infected Rule_id=1 Virus=P2P-Worm.Win32.Palevo.clth File=N/A Protocol=Raw Data


    FILE DESTROY
    http://nws.en.b2b168.com/detail/c9-i12622878.html
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    2014-11-17 22:44:01
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    Anti-Virus
    Virus infected Rule_id=1 Virus=Trojan-PSW.Win32.Tepfer.nqjr File=N/A Protocol=Raw Data


    FILE DESTROY
    http://www.nictasoft.com/viruslib/malware/Trojan-PSW.Win32.Tepfer.nqjr

    Also if I disable my UTM layers Norton Sonar tags it as bad, and Download Insight Tags it as Reputation Warning, both Quarantined.
     
  20. hendy

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    Could you let us know which files are detected has malicious code signatures?

    Manually scan using Kaspersky detected as clean. I installed SecureAPlus v3.2.6 in Windows 8.1, 64-bit.
    upload_2014-11-18_12-58-31.png
     
  21. treehouse786

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    is SAP using the third party 'everything' file search program? can see it running at system startup and opening everything.exe opens the third party program
     
  22. Mayahana

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    Kaspersky Flow Through UTM isn't the same as Kaspersky AV, entirely different technologies. Kaspersky UTM (Gateway) is heavily focused on new, relevant, ITW threats.

    http://www.kaspersky.com/about/news...ZyXEL_Join_Forces_to_Offer_Gateway_Anti_Virus
    As a response to the reality of modern network-borne threats a special sub-set of signatures for viruses In-The-Wild (ITW) has been recently introduced by Kaspersky Lab. This sub-set of Kaspersky antivirus signatures has been implemented into ZyWALL UTM to effectively provide the first layer of protection and to stop ITW viruses at wire speed, before virus infections can reach the desktop. Kaspersky ITW virus list is maintained and updated constantly based on data gathered by the Kaspersky Virus Lab. Combined with ZyXEL's innovative “Stream-based” scanning technology, ZyWALL UTM delivers high performance ITW virus protection.
     
  23. Overkill

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    I just reformatted my desktop and installed SAP, and it doesn't alert me when I install certain programs such as k-lite codec pack, winpatrol, imgburn to name a few...shouldn't it alert me to any exe or no?
     
  24. hendy

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    Yes, you are right. Currently we are using it in one of our new module.
     
  25. hendy

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    What software that you use to download?
    If you are using a browser or download manager, first you have to make sure that the browser and the download manager are not accidentally set as "Trusted Installer".
    You can do this by right click on the file, and check the "Trust level", make sure that they are set as "Trusted Application".
    upload_2014-11-19_8-57-8.png

    After that, you also have to make sure that those software (the browser or downloader) are in the restricted application list.
    upload_2014-11-19_8-58-22.png

    If you are not sure which software to set, you may send us your log files to secureaplus@secureage.com, and we can help you to analyze.

    For Windows XP, the log folder is located at:
    C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\SecureAge Technology\SecureAge\log

    For Windows Vista onwards, the log folder is at:
    C:\ProgramData\SecureAge Technology\SecureAge\log
     
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