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kumaran

check out Kaspersky Total Security Issue

27 Feb 2017, 13:02

check out Kaspersky Total Security

https://i.imgur.com/By0F4Qz.jpg

https://i.imgur.com/2PyM0CQ.jpg

pls fix it.
 
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viksoftru
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Re: check out Kaspersky Total Security Issue

10 Mar 2017, 10:09

Write a claim to Kaspersky Lab. This is a false trigger of their policy of increasing sales by replenishing anti-virus databases with everything that's gotten into your eyes.
 
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dmex
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Re: check out Kaspersky Total Security Issue

10 Mar 2017, 16:45

Note

Hello,

Process Hacker could be potentially misused by criminals. The information is releaved during a beta-test about a year ago and we have no incidents so far. However, we are not willing to take the risk.

Also, a user won't see any messages with the initial Kaspersky configuration, since such notifications are disabled by default.

Best Regards,
Oleg Yurzin

Malware Analyst
Kaspersky Lab

 
 
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viksoftru
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Re: check out Kaspersky Total Security Issue

22 Jul 2017, 15:26

Do not pay attention to such "AV publications" - unfair competition and advertising, no more. Antivirus companies artificially increase lists of "detected malware" in order to increase the volume of sales of their services and products including arbitrary programs in them without providing evidence of their harmfulness.

AV companies offer you to believe them on your word, and when you forgive "Prove your words with facts!" You are told "We have such evidence, but they are a commercial secret of the company, and therefore are not subject to publication!" Since most of the records in their AV databases are either years of not excluding false positives, or entries added for commercial reasons - everyone wants to eat, and money does not smell.

The real number of malicious algorithms discovered in the last quarter of a century is about seven thousand, and records in AV bases are millions - Business is business! © uncle Sam. :)
 

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