Badly infected machine, pc crashed.
Yes, all threats were removed.what happened to the results from Universal AV scan at 4:22 ? Did you remove those threats ?
SecureAPlus core component is Application whitelisting. You have placed the malware files on your desktop when initial whitelisting was being performed. So all malware files are whitelisted. Only malwares which has got signatures in universal av are caught and the remaining ones are allowed because they are whitelisted. You should have whitelisted the PC and then transferred the malwares to the desktop. Then any unknown file will be blocked by secureaplus.
Ok, thanks. Btw. Can you explain to me and others why are you mentioning "detected by e.g. Emsisoft,McAfee,Avira etc." BSOD was caused by malware. I usually terminate processes because i dont want that malware mess up my VM,unfortunately that malware screwed up my system and i had to reinstall it Anyways, program is greatHere's another pointer to add. After you have added HaoZip to "Restricted Applications", you have to manually set it to "Trusted Applications" by pointing at the HaoZip exe file, do a right mouse click, click on "Trust Level" and then click on "Trusted Application".
This is the scanning result of Universal AV, one of SecureAPlus' security features. Universal AV continuously scans all the program files (applications / executables) from the user's computer by 11 antivirus engines in the cloud. Although the scanning is continuous, it will not slow down the user's computer since the scanning is done at our Universal AV server and the 11 antivirus engines are sitting at the Universal AV server. Once virus is detected, SecureAPlus will notify the users with the consolidated scanning results. The scanning result will show the infected file name, the infected file's location and the list of antivirus engines that have detected it.Ok, thanks. Btw. Can you explain to me and others why are you mentioning "detected by e.g. Emsisoft,McAfee,Avira etc." BSOD was caused by malware.
Ok, i'll do a re-test with lockdown modeWith regards to your question at the comment section of your Youtube video:
"I saw your post on MalwareTips Anyways, i had to extract malware. BSOD was caused by malware not SecureAPlus. I have one complaint on program: It's for newbie complicated to use because of "Trusted or untrusted program". Program is great, but need small improvements."
Thank you for your feedback. We do understand the complexity of Application Whitelisting usage for a newbie or novice user. Based on the feedback and suggestions of the beta testers, we have come up with the "Lockdown Mode", which makes it easier for a newbie or novice user to appreciate the application whitelisting protection better.
Application whitelisting allows only applications that are found in the trusted list to run on a user's computer. If user runs any application that is not found in the trusted list, SecureAPlus will prompt the user whether to trust this application and allow it to run on the computer. Such message prompt will appear if SecureAPlus is in the "Interactive Mode".
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Currently this is the default mode. But this mode may be difficult for users to decide whether to trust or not to trust a program. If this is the case, we strongly recommend users to change it to "Lockdown Mode". In "Lockdown Mode", any application that attempts to run on the computer will be blocked automatically. It will notify the user which application has been blocked but it does not require users to decide to trust or not to trust. But if user needs to install a new application, they need to set the installer as a trusted installer first before installation, otherwise, the installer will be blocked from executing.
To change to "Lockdown Mode", you need to do the following:
1. Click on "Change Mode".
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2. Select "Lockdown Mode". Click "Apply".
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Now, you can see SecureAPlus is set to "Lockdown Mode".
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