Does the PSI module eradicate the user if he's too dumb? I have a few in mind that would find a way to outsmart Umbra Absolute Security with their stupidity.I am Working on a new project (take a seat, you will be mind blown) i call it : Umbra Absolute Security
After selling UTS to Sophos for 100 billions Euros, i invested all the money left (after 10 years of dating 1000 supermodels at same time) to create a unbeatable AV that will heradicate all malware and pacify internet.
the 2 core module are called:.
- "AIM" for Anticipative Interactive Multipositronic. this is a orbital satellite network powered by solar flares residual energy, each containing multiple interconnected positronic brains working together. im quite proud to achieve true AI, Skynet is just a baby compared to it..
- "PSI" for Predictive Simulated Intelligence, which use AIM to analyze then predict the evolution of any OS and software connected to its cloud.
Hence, it can foresee any software vulnerabilities then anticipate what the cybercriminals will use to compromise the not-yet existing OS/application !!! Awessoooooooome !!
The end-result is obviously that any exploit or malware are already predicted by AIM & PSI, so a signature or patch is already preemptively created and will be downloaded to the system at the exact moment the foreseen vulnerability is detected on the user machine.
In addition, because the user may be fooled by social engineering or phishing attempts and run malicious files, AIM will intercept and auto-blacklist any malicious mails, messages or phone calls via the our new Hellfirewall module before they even reach the user devices.
A technology that can be develop for this would be an evolution of default-deny called user-deny. With it the computer is completely shutdown and that way the user can't mess it. Complete security.Does the PSI module eradicate the user if he's too dumb? I have a few in mind that would find a way to outsmart Umbra Absolute Security with their stupidity.
Thank God I saw this before trying to look for "Umbra"That's because it doesn't exist. It's a Forum joke for all the products that promise perfect protection.
Oh no did you really install that garbage? That's purely marketing, the product sucks.according to the post you said you carefully read by @Spawn, Iobit Malware Fighter seem like the best bet for now. I after seeing this detailed IObit Malware Fighter review by ThinkMobiles, I decided to go for it. According to the post, it mentioed how iobit has been making constant improvement to their program, and even their latest version released in April 2019 came with features like BitDefender engine, protected storage, and webcam protect.
Before using Iobit malware fighter, I never used any antivirus until I started getting some annoying ads popups on the lower right of my pc. I installed it and it actually worked for me. I don't know if that's what you need, but.....
According to the page, it states, " It is capable of blocking programs without digital certificates, detecting and removing trojans, keyloggers, bots, worms, spyware, adware, and other malware."
Yeah worst idea ever, prepare to get BSOD'ed if it automatically blocks everything that's not digitally signed/certificated. Hopefully it has a trusted vendor lists, else RIP.According to the page, it states, " It is capable of blocking programs without digital certificates"
No idea what that means, which seem terrifying. But guess what? My PC works just fine without any popups and funny behaviors like before. I guess the improvement worked. Umbra on the other hand, is only meant for future treat. I'm in the present, not future)Yeah worst idea ever, prepare to get BSOD'ed