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Originally Posted by Spooony View Post
comodo is not that good, just change some strings, assembly and its bypassed wich is quite sad my mate.
Before string changed
http://vscan.novirusthanks.org/analy...kYXNiLWV4ZQ==/

After the string changed
http://vscan.novirusthanks.org/analysis/...kc2ItZXhl/

Anymore questions?
Yes I have a question. What are you possibly trying to explain with those links? One of them is dead and the other is showing a piece of malware that was detected by some AV's. You're not understanding that I'm not talking about COMODO's AV. It's a decent AV, but no AV can detect everything. COMODO knows that, so they focus HIPS as their main defense and that's what makes it the best. So stop making stupid claims about how a security suite is "not that good" if you don't understand everything it has to offer.
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Spoony, I have a bigger list of programs that will hurt your "Virus" self

DefenseWall HIPS
RETURNIL
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Sandboxie
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Yes I have a question. What are you possibly trying to explain with those links? One of them is dead and the other is showing a piece of malware that was detected by some AV's. You're not understanding that I'm not talking about COMODO's AV. It's a decent AV, but no AV can detect everything. COMODO knows that, so they focus HIPS as their main defense and that's what makes it the best. So stop making stupid claims about how a security suite is "not that good" if you don't understand everything it has to offer.
no its got nothing to do with the avs. Comodo is a very good av. But what I'm trying to show you is that running windows in single user/admin account your bringing down its detection rate from over 90 percent to a mere 3 percent.

Here is the 2nd link again fixed it
http://vscan.novirusthanks.org/analy.../YXNkc2ItZXhl/

Google quickly for this ->RDG Tejon Crypter v1.5 Private Edition
post #34 of 62
MSE, Avast, Avira, Panda Cloud, etc. There's a lot but these are the ones I like. Panda Cloud has a very simple layout. The first thing you see is a giant check or x that tells you if your computer is safe. I'm currently using MSE but I think Avast or Avira would be better.
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Use to use AVG, until it went the way of Norton (too many bogus crap features).
Used Avast for a while, still recommend it, though currently im using MSE, it seems to work pretty well too
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post #37 of 62
Used AVG for a month before. Now using Avast for more than 5 years
Never had a problem with their software or its performance.

Go with avast
post #38 of 62
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no its got nothing to do with the avs. Comodo is a very good av. But what I'm trying to show you is that running windows in single user/admin account your bringing down its detection rate from over 90 percent to a mere 3 percent.

Here is the 2nd link again fixed it
http://vscan.novirusthanks.org/analy.../YXNkc2ItZXhl/

Google quickly for this ->RDG Tejon Crypter v1.5 Private Edition
I still have no idea what you're trying to prove with those links. Yes, running windows in an admin account rather than a locked down user account increases your chance of infection, but it does not affect the detection rate of the antivirus running...

And that cryper, much like any other, just hides the malware's source code so AV's cannot detect it. Once again, I'm not talking about AV's.
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I still have no idea what you're trying to prove with those links. Yes, running windows in an admin account rather than a locked down user account increases your chance of infection, but it does not affect the detection rate of the antivirus running...

And that cryper, much like any other, just hides the malware's source code so AV's cannot detect it. Once again, I'm not talking about AV's.
well look at it this way then.
1 side you have malware to got pass your av coz it has admin rights it can do whatever it wants to do. So your av got no chance. Next boot av protection gone.

Then the otherside. Having it in a limited users account it can not run rampant and destroy the data on your pc and make it hard to remove because it doesn't have access. It can't hide taskmanager. It can disable the reg tools. It can't install itself as a service. It can't go configure the firewall like it wants to. It can't install itself as a rootkit. It can't disable your antivirus. It can't start before your av so its contained and easy to remove. All those I mentioned what I will do when I'm a trojan gets nullified. It can't do all those things coz it doesn't have the rights to do it. You'll see the features of that crypter its got UAC features but it doesn't have the features to make itself a admin or system process in a limited users account.
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