Hey, I'll take a look at your PM, thanksT- you'll notice that I included a Java Banker (spawns to skype.exe in Roaming). Your product will detect and eradicate it. But for giggles, run either (or both) Malwarebytes and HitManPro on a system infected with it- nary a peep. So right out of the box (with the initial Beta), Diag is superior in certain aspects to some established well regarded products (You should be Proud).
As for the comparison with Hitman / Malwarebytes / (Even) RogueKiller, It really not the same philosophy (unless you absolutely need to compare the engines). While those 3 are showing detections, Diag shows also what it missed. So when you are experienced helper / tech, you can still spot missed things and add them to the removal. It's really about Diagnostic Soft VS Anti-malware.
Not all EXE are sent indeed, it depends on the scan rule. Typically, processes/services are sent, Scheduled tasks and RUN-like keys are sent. It's a compromise between speed and efficiency. However you are notified when an EXE is sent (as long as you don't choose "Always", or "Never" in the VirusTotal setting). System tab is currently being built, it's true that a message "under construction" would be great.Just trying to feel my way through Diag. Ran a scan a bit ago and I am not sure but it appears not all exe's are sent to Virus Total? Diag seemed to flag an indexing file. It appears to be a child or spawn, not how Diag is showing it's trees yet.
See screen shot. Oh ya some desktop JPG's seemed flagged also but not included in screen shot. Also it appears the Dashboard and System tab basically show same thing.
As for your screenshot, this is a known bug. Some paths are not properly converted to user path.
Hey, let me quote from the blog post:Will it be free after the Beta testing
"Adlice Diag is FREE to use for anyone as long as we are in the beta program (0.X.X version). The cart button is going to a missing page for now, because later the Premium licenses will be available on that page.
In the future, the software will be FREE for personal use, including malware removal on the forums. Everything business related will need to purchase a license. The price is unknown yet, but it should be around the same price as for RogueKiller (20$/year).
During the BETA program, all features are unblocked, and there’s no nag screen."