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  2. У меня после создания точки доступа не находит сервер обновлений.
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  4. detected Segurazo malware in my pc.. run EEk but cant run FRST..seems it cant run in my win 10 pc..many times tried 1 attchment only, pls advise scan_190922-145601.txt
  5. Just trying to find my way in the cloud console and while most of it is intuitive, there are some areas where a bit more info would be helpful. The helpfile seems to be quite generic and does not address all options, how does the password feature under policy settings interact with the permissions settings. I set permissions as to users via permissions settings - do I still need to set a password to prevent normal/inexperienced users to make changes to the settings or this covered by read-only in permissions settings ?
  6. I hate taking longer for decrypt tools for Globeimposter 2.0 & Ranion
  7. What about use the ransomware felons' Bitcoin addresses & trails to track them down?
  8. Just installed EEC on 12 clients so far and noted that one client drops off frequently and is shown as offline. It seems on the pc protection is shown but from the cloud console I cannot scan or feel protected. I assume the status should remain protected even if the pc has windows log screen and should be available for scanning ? Under what conditions will I not be able to access the work space other than the pc is turned off? Cheers
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    My Emsisoft update will not install. I click on update now ...it says initializing then it quits and goes no further. Do I have an infection of some sort?
  10. That is more than likely a variant of the STOP/Djvu ransomware. You may verify that using ID Ransomware if you'd like to: https://id-ransomware.malwarehunterteam.com/ Important: STOP/Djvu now installs the Azorult trojan as well, which allows it to steal passwords. It is imperative that you change all passwords (for your computer and for online services you use) once your computer is clean. Also note: While most ransomwares will automatically delete themselves after they finish encrypting files, some are now leaving behind components on computers they infect that will encrypt any new files saved and will encrypt any files you manage to decrypt. It's best to check and make sure that no such components have been left behind, so I recommend following the instructions at the link below to get us logs from FRST so that one of our experts can make sure there is nothing malicious still on your computer (please attach the log files FRST saves to a reply to this topic on the forums): https://help.emsisoft.com/en/1738/how-do-i-run-a-scan-with-frst/ Note: If anything that appears suspicious is found in your logs, then your post will be moved into a new topic to facilitate better communication between you and whoever is assisting you. We'll also try to make sure that you are following the new topic so that you receive e-mail notifications when someone replies to it.
  11. I'm fairly certain it's because we've been concentrating mostly on high priority bug reports and changes, and our developers haven't had a chance to look at this yet.
  12. SIM swapping isn't actually a physical attack/theft. It's sort of like a form of identity theft (or at least that's usually the end result), where someone convinces your mobile phone service provider that they're you, and requests a new SIM card in your name. They then insert the new SIM card into their own phone, and take over your phone service, allowing them access to any 2FA codes sent to you via SMS (as well as any new calls or SMS/MMS messages you would have received, and your voicemail). https://krebsonsecurity.com/2018/08/hanging-up-on-mobile-in-the-name-of-security/ https://krebsonsecurity.com/2018/11/busting-sim-swappers-and-sim-swap-myths/ https://krebsonsecurity.com/2019/08/who-owns-your-wireless-service-crooks-do/ My understanding is that in cases like this, it can be difficult to convince the service provider that they've made a mistake, and sometimes even more difficult to convince companies that the criminal did business with under your name that it was a case of fraud/identity theft.
  13. I don't recommend their WFP driver, if it can be avoided. I do tend to recommend uBlock Origin over Adguard, since Adguard has to use a man-in-the-middle attack to decrypt HTTPS traffic for ad filtering, whereas a browser extension doesn't have to do that. If you like Adguard, then it is effective at what it does, and it's effective in cases where something like uBlock Origin couldn't be used (the Adguard mobile app for instance). I can't say for certain. Issues with Adguard are not commonly reported as far as I know. What I'm fairly certain about is that when someone does report an issue, disabling the WFP driver generally resolves the issue. I imagine that a newer version where the issue has been fixed would be desirable. If there are issues, then the developers behind Adguard do seem willing to at least try to resolve them. I haven't done any testing to attempt to establish this, and I don't recall any of our developers or the QA team saying anything about it.
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  15. The previous fix did not work. Let's try a different tool. Download AdwCleaner and save it on your Desktop. Close all open programs and Internet browsers (you may want to print out or write down these instructions first). Double click on adwcleaner.exe to run the tool. Click on the Scan button. After the scan has finished, click on the Clean button. Confirm each time with OK. You will be prompted to restart your computer. A text file will open in Notepad after the restart (this is the log of what was removed), which you can save on your Desktop. Attach that log file to your reply. NOTE: If you lose that log file for any reason, you can find it at C:\AdwCleaner on your computer.
  16. >> Some banks use phone numbers to send an SMS code to... > As does PayPal and a few other services. Unfortunately this is not an ideal method of 2FA, since sim-swapping would allow someone else to receive your 2FA code on their phone > rather than your own... I see some (most?) modern phones have SIM drawers readily accessible from the outside of the phone ... which would make that quite a risk. In mine, you'd have to take off an outer cover, then prise the back off the phone, then take out the battery, then the SIM. It's a whole-lot less likely to happen. I expect one would be more likely to have one's phone stolen... and then the email option is no more secure.
  17. Добрый день! У меня тоже не обновляется, поменял виндовс, но антивирус не хочет обновляться, что такое с ним произошло, раньше никогда таких проблем не было.
  18. my all file of pc encrypted with .domn file extention please any one help me to retrive my file
  19. Не обновляется антивирус! С сентября 2019 года не приходят обновления антивируса. Установлена действующая коммерческая лицензия, переустановка продукта результата не дала. С уважением, Антон
  20. Hello! That is, you do not recommend AdGuard? Do you think that the included WFP driver will constantly conflict with EAM and AdGuard developers will not be able to solve the compatibility problem? However, the previous version of AdGuard (7.1) works without any problems with the WFP driver turned on. Is it acceptable to work with this version or with a new one, where, possibly, compatibility issues will be fixed? Or is the WFP driver and EAM fundamentally incompatible?
  21. Uninstall the pirated software and then delete any cracks, keygens, or activation bypasses that you downloaded for them.
  22. Could you attach the log from the scan to a reply? Here's how to find where they're saved: Hold down the Windows logo key (usually between the Ctrl and Alt keys) on your keyboard. Tap the R key to open the Run dialog. Paste %ProgramData%\Emsisoft\Reports into the field, and click OK. Look for the log saved when you ran the scan. The date and time of the scan is in the file name of each log. The first set of number in the name is the year, month, and day the scan was started on (so 190729 would be 2019, July 29th). The second set of numbers in the name is the hour, minute, and second that the scan was started.
  23. To answer the original question, we've seen issues with Adguard's WFP driver and Emsisoft Anti-Malware before, and we don't generally recommend using it if you can avoid it. As you pointed out, Adguard's filtering may not work with every browser, and thus the WFP driver may be required. Normally I'd recommend uBlock Origin for Microsoft Edge as a workaround, and Adblock Plus for Internet Explorer (as far as I know there are no third-party ports of uBlock Origin for Internet Explorer).
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