App Review Xcitium Advanced with OpenEDR Combined

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ErzCrz

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So a ML based anti-malware?
I understand/think of it more it as Xcitium/Comodo's behaviour analysis but it's more than that. Some useful information from help files below.

From Xcitium Enterprise Help:
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From Comodo Internet Security Help:
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Present in both and if your not in Enterprise environment, you can just use Comodo Firewall/CIS. The Xcitium client is ahead in development from CIS/CF but CIS/CF final Beta due out before end of December with Stable planned for January/Feb.

There's an interesting old article on how to possibly test it on the Comodo Forum here.
 
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I understand/think of it more it as Xcitium/Comodo's behaviour analysis but it's more than that. Some useful information from help files below.



Present in both and if your not in Enterprise environment, you can just use Comodo Firewall/CIS. The Xcitium client is ahead in development from CIS/CF but CIS/CF final Beta due out before end of December with Stable planned for January/Feb.

There's an interesting old article on how to possibly test it on the Comodo Forum here.
I have CF on a different VM, but I did create a Valkyrie Verdict account several days ok and yesterday I did try to manually test a file at Valkyrie, first with sha256 and it said that it was not a valid hash, but VirusTotal read it fine, then tried to manually upload the file to Valkyrie and it again failed saying try later. Does Valkyrie only accept files submitted by Xcitium app, or can files be manually uploaded for analysis? :unsure:
 

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I have CF on a different VM, but I did create a Valkyrie Verdict account several days ok and yesterday I did try to manually test a file at Valkyrie, first with sha256 and it said that it was not a valid hash, but VirusTotal read it fine, then tried to manually upload the file to Valkyrie and it again failed saying try later. Does Valkyrie only accept files submitted by Xcitium app, or can files be manually uploaded for analysis? :unsure:
I you may have to register to submit a file. Click on Sign-in top right hand corner and select register: Verdict.Valkyrie.Comodo.com though I have found in a brief test if a few sha256's that I'd have to paste the sha1. I've only used it a few times myself as I believe samples submitted via CF etc are analysed through through Valkyrie.
 
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I you may have to register to submit a file. Click on Sign-in top right hand corner and select register: Verdict.Valkyrie.Comodo.com though I have found in a brief test if a few sha256's that I'd have to paste the sha1. I've only used it a few times myself as I believe samples submitted via CF etc are analysed through through Valkyrie.
Yes I did sign-in (register). I'll try a manual upload again today and see what happens.
 

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Yes I did create an account and signed in too. It is not recognizing sha256, but did accept & report sha1 as unknown, so I uploaded the file, and ran "forever" saying it was computing hash. Perhaps non xcitium non paying registered user is at bottom of priority list. Glad CF containment works for me.
and what was the verdict when you uploaded a file was it Suspicious or
 
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