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It is probably a heuristics detection... but check the installer to see if it is digitally signed. If it is a beta build it might not be signed.
Currently no Zemana here.

Just wanted to know, if "trust programs with dig signs" & "load rules from KSN" is enabled, digitally signed programs or programs found as trusted in KSN are still scanned by AV?
 
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hjlbx

Currently no Zemana here.

Just wanted to know, if "trust programs with dig signs" & "load rules from KSN" is enabled, digitally signed programs or programs found as trusted in KSN are still scanned by AV?
Sorry @Yash Khan I can't answer that as I don't use Kasper.

I think Kasper scans even trusted files before execution.

You'll get an answer from @harlan4096 .
 
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hjlbx

Yes, they are. Those settings you mentioned are for HIPS only (Application Control & Firewall).
For scanning, everything is scanned, scan settings are different.
Thanks bro... I didn't know it.

So in this case the detection could be false positive because it is already a false positive in KSN or due to heuristics detection - which led to the false positive inclusion in KSN in the first place.

Come on... we all know Zemana is assigned a trusted status - even by Kaspersky. :D

It has to be heuristics or Kasper's file reputation algorithm is all messed-up.
 
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yigido

It is probably a heuristics detection... but check the installer to see if it is digitally signed. If it is a beta build it might not be signed.
Even all beta build are signed.. there is no suspicious on this.
Problem is on Kaspersky side.. they are ruining Zemana installations with HitmanPro and AVs..pff
KAspersky rocks :p
 
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hjlbx

I reported it to Dr.Web long time ago, and @harlan4096 reported it to Kaspersky....
It is not Russian AV conspiracy... some technician stuffed into a basement cubicle made a mistake. Now that mistake is probably getting passed around.

I'd submit again just in case the hash didn't change. Sometimes beta builds are updated with minor changes without the vendor stating the minor changes to anyone...

The beta builds you submitted might not be identical to the ones being released now.
 

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It is not Russian AV conspiracy... some technician stuffed into a basement cubicle made a mistake. Now that mistake is probably getting passed around.

I'd submit again just in case the hash didn't change. Sometimes beta builds are updated with minor changes without the vendor stating the minor changes to anyone...

The beta builds you submitted might not be identical to the ones being released now.
I know, I just some fun for more laugh :D
its just a Fp and I know they fixed it ;)
 
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Lucent Warrior

Lol, let's hope that Kaspersky doesn't detect itself as being a malware. :)Strange is that other AV are detecting Zemana. I think that Zemana modified something that other AV doesn't like.
If i had a dollar for everytime i seen a security application detect itself, i would be rich, and could afford the stitches i need in my side from laughing so hard when i do see them... :D I used to post screenshots of them as my "LOL of the day"