Thank you. I am not taking my case, but the one of a click-happy beginner, who executes everythingyou should never ever execute a .js file unless you create it. I found no use of a .js as I have never had anything to do with it. If you use zemana, .js or .vbs will be blocked automatically regardless what inside is.
you sentence about autopilot is not true. A file is allowed to run only if it has 0 or 1/62 + Ai = safe. In this case, Ai doesn't produce a score so by default, VS will prompt you to allow it manually. Even when you disable the blacklist scanner, it will also prompt just because there is no Ai score. You must allow it to run in order for it to infect and download the payloads. I don't know if the payloads would be blocked or not because I have never progressed into this stage. Perhaps the payloads would be blocks considering wscript is a vulnerable process. I need to ask the dev
so when we uee VS free, you should disable windows script host via registry to avoid this situation. Just revert the change of WSH when you really need to run something, for example .vbs file, then block WSH again