HitmanPro.Alert Exploit Test Tool v. 1.9.2.26

Kongo

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Not sure when the last version was released and if it's outdated, but it might be useful for some testing for some of you.

Download link: http://dl.surfright.nl/hmpalert-test.exe

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The_King

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I tried to run the two and three exploits but Bitdefender closed the app with a warning "it is a exploit".
Yes BD blocked a few exploits on my system as well but it also missed many of them. :oops:

Not sure when the last version was released and if it's outdated, but it might be useful for some testing for some of you.
Seems like this file was released in 2014.
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Kongo

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rndmblk

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Should a Kaspersky user be worried if almost all of these loaded the calculator without any warnings? The test tool is classified as Trusted in the KSN cloud service but I thought it would still be checked for exploit like behaviour?
 

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Should a Kaspersky user be worried if almost all of these loaded the calculator without any warnings? The test tool is classified as Trusted in the KSN cloud service but I thought it would still be checked for exploit like behaviour?
Well there is no confirmation that the tool did work correctly and maybe Kaspersky silently blocked the actions. I think we’ll never know.
 

harlan4096

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That testing tool never worked in Kaspersky since it is classified as Trusted, it can do any operation without any restriction in the system... You can try to move it to Low or High Restriction and check, but still probably won't work properly...
 

rndmblk

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That testing tool never worked in Kaspersky since it is classified as Trusted, it can do any operation without any restriction in the system... You can try to move it to Low or High Restriction and check, but still probably won't work properly...
Phew, thanks @harlan4096 :) Goes to show the importance of being extra sure of myself if manually assigning trust level to an unknown app
 

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