Zemana AntiMalware 2 BETA

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by Emre TINAZTEPE, Jan 20, 2015.

  1. anon

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    https://www.zemana.com/WhatsNew/?ProductID=2
    http://dl12.zemana.com/AntiMalware/2.50.1.67/Zemana.AntiMalware.Setup.exe
    Portable:
    http://dl12.zemana.com/AntiMalware/2.50.1.67/Zemana.AntiMalware.Portable.exe

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  2. Petrovic

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    zemana.com
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    Microsoft Azure
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    Microsoft Corporation
    :shifty:
     
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  6. anon

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    https://www.zemana.com/WhatsNew/?ProductID=2
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    WTF are those "minor improvements" ?

    New release on daily basis.........
     
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  7. NSG001

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    What is the relevance of this post.
    Anyone :doubt:
     
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    If you are not a paranoid, none.
     
  9. XhenEd

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    Petrovic connects Zemana to MS, and MS = Privacy intrusion.

    But about Zemana using MS server, it's no surprise already since Zemana is open that it uses MS Azure (MS' cloud) with its cloud technology.
     
  10. NSG001

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    They are most certainly not the only company utilising corporate servers.
    Thanks for clarity guys :thumb:
     
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  11. Mops21

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  12. anon

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    https://www.zemana.com/WhatsNew/?ProductID=2
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  13. anon

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    https://www.zemana.com/WhatsNew/?ProductID=2
     
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    https://www.zemana.com/WhatsNew/?ProductID=2
     
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    ZAM detected as Trojan.Win32.Delf.efbx by Kaspersky, even though marked as "trusted" by its KSN. :D
    It may probably be just a FP detection, but Kaspersky is still not removing its detection, even though it's already reported yesterday.
     
  17. Mops21

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    Hi

    See my Post Nr. 7289 in the HitmanPro Thread that i have 2 Detection with Zemana false positives and the virustotal results is by all engines clean

    https://www.wilderssecurity.com/threads/hitman-pro-support-and-discussion-thread.236732/page-292

    With best Regards
    Mops21
     
  18. bellgamin

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    For me, ZAM seldom gives a false positive. "Seldom" is fine. To strive for "Never" can be dangerous.

    An OVER-zealous crusade to eliminate false positives can emasculate an otherwise great security program.
     
  19. anon

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    I just updated HMP (Oct 15th) and it is still on the same build as the one making the false detection (3.7.14 build 280). Running a scan now and it's just detected ZAM as a trojan. So if it has been fixed, then the fix has not been released yet.
     
  23. anon

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    ZAM (v2.50.2.133) installer scanned with HitmanPro just few minutes ago, here is the results =
     

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  24. catspyjamas

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    Hi anon. I've been away a few days and have only just seen your reply. It wasn't the installer that was being flagged - from memory it was a ZAM update. I'm just running a HMP scan now to see what happens.

    Well that's interesting - no detection! And there was no update for HMP on launching it tonigh t- I'm still on the same build I ran 2 days ago when I got the trojan result. It must have been fixed at Zemana's end rather than HMP's. Though I definitely was still getting a detection 5 days after the reported fix!

    All sorted now so that's good. :)
     
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