Hi @thrillskrWindows detected the portable installer as: Trojan:Win32/Wacatac.B!ml
Hi @blueblackwow65Hi Kardo just wanted to know what is the poper way to update when using portable/ Just copy and paste to older folder version? Thks
: Product: Crystal Security : Version: 184.108.40.206 : Object: C:\Program Files\WindowsApps\Facebook.Facebook_186.2619.19263.0_x86__8xx8rvfyw5nnt\WinUAPEntry.exe : MD5 hash: 17f71c465229a6344450fa494bf8bbd2 : Reference: https://www.virustotal.com/latest-scan/17f71c465229a6344450fa494bf8bbd2 : Reference: https://www.hybrid-analysis.com/sample/73e0ff0c170f5eeffd0dc6b4c1d58eec0486a09459045604226d8b8615170b40 : Detections Bkav: Clean DrWeb: Clean MicroWorld-eScan: Clean FireEye: Clean CAT-QuickHeal: Clean McAfee: Clean Cylance: Clean Zillya: Clean SUPERAntiSpyware: Clean Sangfor: Clean K7AntiVirus: Clean Alibaba: Clean K7GW: Clean Cybereason: Clean Arcabit: Clean Invincea: Clean BitDefenderTheta: Clean F-Prot: Clean Symantec: Clean TotalDefense: Clean Zoner: Clean TrendMicro-HouseCall: Clean Avast: Clean ClamAV: Clean Kaspersky: Clean BitDefender: Clean NANO-Antivirus: Clean Paloalto: Clean ViRobot: Clean Tencent: Clean Ad-Aware: Clean Emsisoft: Clean Comodo: Clean F-Secure: Clean Baidu: Clean VIPRE: Clean TrendMicro: Clean McAfee-GW-Edition: Clean Trapmine: Clean CMC: Clean Sophos: Clean Ikarus: Clean Cyren: Clean Jiangmin: Clean Webroot: Clean Avira: Clean Fortinet: Clean Antiy-AVL: Clean Kingsoft: Clean Endgame: Clean Microsoft: Clean AegisLab: Clean ZoneAlarm: Clean Avast-Mobile: Clean SentinelOne: Clean AhnLab-V3: Clean Acronis: Clean VBA32: Clean ALYac: Clean TACHYON: Clean Malwarebytes: Clean APEX: Clean ESET-NOD32: Clean Rising: Clean Yandex: Clean MAX: Clean eGambit: Clean GData: Clean MaxSecure: Clean AVG: Clean Panda: Clean CrowdStrike: Clean Qihoo-360: Clean Dynamic engine: Detected Static engine: Clean Heuristic engine: Clean : Threat score: 10% : Overall: Unsafe
I'm curious as to why you run all at the same time?
Because 1) I'd rather overkill than not enough considering there should be very little overhead to doing so; 2) WD, while I hate it, has local AV whereas VS only uses the cloud and CS's local AV is new and therefore not thoroughly tested, not to mention I have no idea what engine(s) it uses and therefore how good it is; 3) I wanted to test CS to see if it would be a good complement or even a replacement to VS, especially since VS free is so limited/locked down; and 4) why not? Basically, it would be OSA (which is really in a separate category, and therefore I don't consider its inclusion to be additive to the "overkill") + VS for main protection + WD for its AV and as a last resort in case something is approved in VS that shouldn't have been, but I wanted to try out CS. Considering my experience with it so far, it's a good thing I went that route instead of going with it instead of VS, though I'm hopeful the info I provided will help its development so that maybe it can become good enough to be used instead. Even so, I see nothing wrong with using them together, since there's no conflict and they each use very little resources.Is clear overkill