ZenOK or ?!

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by superhacker, Dec 7, 2010.

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  1. superhacker

    superhacker Registered Member

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    Testing things is one of my function wich i dont "until now" get rid of it,I think it 's taking over my API.
    So I heard lately about a new anti virus called ZenOK anti virus,so download it and install.
    It ask me to remove avast"so i know it has some kind of real time protection",i uninstall avast"on my test system",reboot,then I install ZenOK anti virus The installer is not that good nor that bad.
    After restart the program start the gui is so simple,I couldnt find a real options panel so I directly open a folder with malwares and a lot of them have been disabled without asking me"Now i am comfortable with those situation since avast handle every thing for me",I scan a directory but no item have been scanned,wierd thing.
    I go to main GUI and i found that viruses files have been locked one of them IS SALITY.OG,OH MY GOD not that wide spread AV and it can see sality,so nice.
    After 1 hour i uninstall the program since the so simple GUI dont tell me where is the options.
    Two hours later i remember that i dont analyze the contenent of the program folder and i dont want to install it again,So i right click on the installer->7-zip->Extract to \zenok setup.
    Seconds 7-zip done,so i go to the folder and start looking into files and folders debugging small libraries,looking at import/export table,Hey but wait i see "bit defender S.R.L"what ?!
    Yes i see a lot of files made by bitdefender digitally signed by bit defender so the underground was bitdefender and the up ground was ZenOk AV.
    I dont know if this is legal or not so any help to bit defender or to my geeking needs will be great.
     
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  3. superhacker

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    I see it but is the use of bit defender engine is legal or noto_O?
     
  4. Ibrad

    Ibrad Registered Member

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    Yes its allowed they pay Bitdefender to license the engine.
     
  5. SweX

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    ZenOK is not the only vendor who license the BD engine, there are probably 5 vendors more at least:rolleyes:
     
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