Since our engine is based on ML and this engine will extract lots of metadata from files when scanning in the first time . Next time, the metadata will be cached, so the scan will be much more faster.1. Extremely slow scan, it took more than 6 hours to scan my computer.
WiseVector StopX is launched via Task Scheduler. Please check Task Scheduler to see whether there is any error in the history.2. It doesn't start automatically when reboot my computer, from my user account. WV process doesn't appear.
This is a known bug, we will do tests and fix it in our next version.3. Right click to scan with WV, windows failed to appear.
High CPU usage will happen very few times if there are multiple files created(e.g. installing a software)when WiseVector is running, since WiseVector StopX is scanning the files.4. About CPU, peaks a little more than 60% of the CPU.
Hi Slyguy,Question - are the FP's bad on this?
It found a scary sounding piece of malware on the test system I was running it on. However, it was just a PDF I created myself for some stuff related to an estate. Nothing nefarious. VT was 100% clean on it. That sort of makes me feel like like it is just overly chatty. Detection seems great on an application that detects almost everything as malware?
Curious to hear why a generic (totally generic) PDF I made could flag it.
Thank you for your answers.
It's not a matter of Task Scheduler. It start automatically from my Admin Account. The issue is from my User Account, you missed this information.
This is probably because under User Account, Wisevector needs Admin right to start automatically. Hope you fix this issue, so that we can start it automatically in any User Account on Windows 10.
Now every time a process starts UAC will ask your permission, so you must find a way to run them without UAC prompts. I never found a way to do this, but I have heard there is a way. Maybe someone here at MTs knows...
Hi Thirio,Very impressive detection rate from @WiseVector thanks for updating us @harlan4096 .
One can only wonder when this will be integrated to Virustotal. This paired up with VS sounds like a solid security setup I have yet to try. I hope WV manages to stay free or at least "green". WV seems like a hidden gem right now so please don't end up like 360 once you turn big.