ifacedown

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Hello!

I took notice the whitelisting product NoVirusThanks EXE Radar Pro. I have never used the product in any way, so I am in no position to judge the product's protection ability whatsoever.

Upon searching YouTube for reviews, I bumped into this one, and watched it:


Is this video reliable?

If it is true and valid, so what chances are there for NoVirusThanks EXE Pro to be bypassed when an internet-addict-click-all surfs the net? Putting aside any Antivirus, but only NoVirusThanks EXE Radar Pro being bypassed...

Thanks!
 

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I believe that every piece of software is vulnerable in someway.Even top notch software can still fail at protecting it's user from some types of viruses/malware.A prime example would be sandboxes, certain types of viruses can still bypass the sandbox and infect your computer (rare types though).This video was made in 2012, so the vulnerability is most probably fixed.

Just my opinion, feel free to correct me if im wrong.
 

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I believe that every piece of software is vulnerable in someway.Even top notch software can still fail at protecting it's user from some types of viruses/malware.A prime example would be sandboxes, certain types of viruses can still bypass the sandbox and infect your computer (rare types though).This video was made in 2012, so the vulnerability is most probably fixed.

Just my opinion, feel free to correct me if im wrong.
I agree with you completely.
 

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I'm no expert and I don't claim what I say is right. Nor have I any experience with NVT.

I did a Google search with similar terms, found this http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4215339/run-cmd-from-browser-by-js

> It's possible that the security settings in IE6 were disabled.
> It's possible CMD is a trusted and white-listed in NVT Pro.

Continued with another search of https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=javascript to open command prompt
Thanks much! You gave me an idea!
 
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