Tutman

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How far along is WiseVector in protecting itself from being disabled or uninstalled by malware?
Here is the setting for that my friend!
 

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agiler

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Feb 13, 2018
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Have been looking at this product with interest for some time now. It has matured well and have now decided to run it on a laptop running Win 10 V2004 disabling Win Defender. All good thus far, very light CPU & Memory usage. Keep up the great development work.
 

WiseVector

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Dec 14, 2018
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Thanks. I knew about that setting. I apologize for not making my question more clear.

I recognize that I cannot terminate WiseVector using merely ProcessExplorer. However, to further clarify my question, it is this: Has this been tested using tactics employed by malware (& not just novices like me)? (^_^)
Hi,

1.WiseVector StopX's processes are protected by kernel mode driver.
2.Since we don't have a great number of users at present, WiseVector StopX has not been the particular target for wild malware yet.:)

Regards,
WiseVector
 

SpiderWeb

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Aug 21, 2020
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This is the type of thing all AV vendors should do. Actually listen to the community to help make their product better. I'm happy to see how far WiseVector has come along. Chinese software is going to be winning us over because they are so invested in making great AI.
 
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