Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by Secondmineboy, Jan 30, 2016.
I have always used Chrome to download SBIE and SmartScreen will analyse something already downloaded on execution, as elapsed mentioned it is system wide, the browser doesn't matter. I've just downloaded SBIE v5.09.1 beta and presumably because the installer is signed, SmartScreen ignored it this time.
No, SmartScreen is not UAC, it is not going to give you a popup for running all your programs. The *only* time you will see a popup is when you try to run something with low reputation. I'm not sure why you can't understand this.
Guys, can be go back to the topic, this here is about Windows Defender and not UAC or SmartScreen. Thanks.
Windows defender and MSE boot time protection
(Video by cruelsister)
~Link removed. See this > So, by policy, we prefer to not publish YouTester videos here.~
Apparently YouTube links to tests on specific products are not allowed here, since link removed above by moderators.
But YouTube links to tests that are pure advertising due to being made by the vendor themselves - those are allowed, since link approved by moderators in Ransomware Protection thread (https://www.wilderssecurity.com/threads/ransomware-protection.382452/page-5)
Doesn't make sense.
Oh, well - I guess people must do a Bing or Google search instead.
Seek out Cruelsister's review at Malwaretips.com, under 'Community Video Reviews', accompanied by B.B. King.
...or go to Cruelsister1 Youtube channel - CLICK
Back to topic: How do you enable PUA protection?
My friend this registry tweak is already posted.
.... .. page 4 ...
Grüezi, thank you.
What do you think about it?
Too bad it does nothing...
--Oh, I see there was an updated to detect OpenCandy... Still not impressed, it didn't catch anything else.
It does, see Windows Defender PUP Registry Tweak tested
With the tweak it detects Open Candy ...
> I am confuse is Windows Defender Advance Threat Protection build within Windows 10? Or only for Enterprise?
> Do you know how to make sure that Windows Defender startup when you turn your PC on? So Windows Defender
load automatically? As a startup item? In Windows 10!
1. Its for now only on some companies to be tested out, will be broadly available later this year, it has still to be decided in which versions of Windows.
2.Settings>Update and Security>Windows Defender>Real-Time protection if enabled it will start on boot.
Can't complain here, about PUP.
* Several keygens
* Dark patterns
* Facebook dinohead
and other samples successfully tested with Windows Defender. Nothing is perfect but to say it does nothing is wrong. As all AV it'S depending on reputation, especially if you disable cloud protection and then complain it not detects everything.
Post # 141. Thank for the details and information update! Let us know when it available!!
I quest it running the background! Because,I did not see down by the date and time?
Also, I have type defender to make appear on my windows screen. Then it will appear by the
the date and time. And I can click from there to make available on my windows screen.
If i wont forget ill let you know, or somebody else maybe
Is paying for antivirus a waste of money?
March 4, 2016
That's a never ending debate
I think it's a waste of money nowadays.
Yes, a huge waste of money of course. Each Free and Paid for AV/AM are exactly the same, there's no difference what so ever, that's why I pay obviously.
(Yes, I read the article, I just had fun at the title.)
Most of the free products want users to upgrade to a paid version. Microsoft has an interest in including free protection because everyone says Windows is insecure and that is not the image they want. Most products release updates multiple times a day, and the users complain if these companies take weekends off. Yet nobody wants to pay these people. You get what you pay for, and I will stick with the paid solutions.
My gripe with the article is that it asks a question that I do not feel it answers. Just enough to start an endless and pointless debate...
Imo, the answer is there:
Separate names with a comma.