At the moment, the cloud database contains few MD5 records, so you may not experience/test its power at present.
Most of the threats will be detected with local engine, Cloud Scan is not the primary detect method(So we disabled Cloud Scan on the default settings).
BTW, a known bug is the first file(after program opened) sent to cloud for md5 check will not get result, we will fix it ASAP.
In my mind, I would not like to enable Cloud Scan in default settings even though I fixed the bug.Can you das when the Cloud Scan in default settings reactivated or fully worked
With best Regards
HiIn my mind, I would not like to enable Cloud Scan in default settings even though I fixed the bug.
If you like, you can re-enable it manually. But it contributes few on detection, just a better way for rapid response
Add one record into Cloud, it's very quick, but only can detect one sample.
Add one signature into database[You may see that we update md5 local signature few times, mainly update hex signature & fuzzy hash signature], it will cost some time, but can detect many viruses.
WTF?!do I have to completely re download because I checked for an update and it says my program version is up to date even though it is on 184.108.40.206
Some users complain about the update speed when uses default update server, so about 1 month ago, I deployed a mirror server, users need a special update config to update through mirror server(much faster but not always the latest).
Sorry for the late(The power failure stopped on 9:30 p.m. GMT+08:00, a lot late than they promised...)
Works great and have tested newest version of X-Sec against clean and infected files, both command line (folder) and single file (drag onto exe) and got the expected results. The only question I have is what is the size limits for this, if any? Of course there is no reason to scan large files, I'm more interested in how small it can go.X-Sec CommandLine Scanner updated to 220.127.116.11 [2016-01-28]
- Added Single File Scan(NOTICE: The result will not be recorded in scan log) @OokamiCreed
How To Use?
1. Just drag one file into our EXE file(Not the commandline window), then X-Sec will pop-up a window to show the result.
2. Call it through commandline(USAGE: Switch to the path where X-Sec stores, then input XSecCmdScan_Premium.exe "FILE_NAME").
3. If you have better idea about how to show the single file scan result, just contact with us.