What will happen if I enabled Returnil and I hibernate?

Discussion in 'General Returnil discussions' started by kupo, Apr 24, 2012.

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  1. kupo

    kupo Registered Member

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    Title says it all :D
    EDIT: Another question, what will be the settings of Anti-executable to be able to withstand TDSS/TDL-3 rootkits?
     
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  2. Coldmoon

    Coldmoon Returnil Moderator

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    Hi skudo12 and welcome to the forums :)

    1. Nothing as the virtualization does not effect or interfere with the hibernation or the Windows pagefile.

    2. Set the A_E to high if you expect to run across or are doing research on a sample of the RK.

    Mike
     
  3. kupo

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    So when I hibernate (I'm not doing this though) while Virtualization is enabled, when I boot back, I'm still protected with Virtualization of Returnil?
    Thanks, last question, does the anti-malware included with returnil be used with Microsoft Security Essentials? Oh and what engine are you using? I've read that it's F-Protect?
     
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    Coldmoon Returnil Moderator

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    Yes

    yes, RSS works well with MSE

    Yes, but the Frisk engine is only a part of the Virus Guard component as we include our own engine as well.

    Mike
     
  5. kupo

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    Just installed it and it's running pretty good. The only system impact I noticed is during start-up. But after than that, it's pretty light. :D
     
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