- Jun 12, 2023
Kaspersky engine is really good at that. Also scans UEFI firmware and prevents them from being installed. I've seen a threat emulation detection for a UEFI writer once. So they sandbox is equipped to look for that.idk if this is a good question but how does Checkpoint fair against rootkit/bootkits that are unknown?
These exclusions only affect detections and in the Mullvad case, there is no detection. It seems to be incompatability. I can give it a try.