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Carl1223_Delta

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  1. I don't normally leave my laptop running overnight. I did last night. On arriving at my home office desk this morning I found a scroll of EMSISOFT messages to reboot my system. Looking into the logs I see that just a few minutes after after a major EMSISOFT A-M update, this occurs: 10/1/2020 7:02:47 AM Behavior Blocker detected suspicious behavior "TrojanDownloader" of C:\Program Files\WindowsApps\5319275A.WhatsAppDesktop_2.2037.6.0_x64__cv1g1gvanyjgm\app\WhatsApp.exe (SHA1: EDAD233F431DA5CCE506AB0DF3151B24D655FC0C) 10/1/2020 6:54:57 AM A notification me
  2. Was this just a rename or was some new functionality added? If it is still intended to be used for when gaming, I think the new name is not intuitive. .
  3. OH I see..... I enjoyed the Kernelmode read but am not sure how much. Like finding out cockroaches live behind your kitchen walls. And I also see why my search missed it - "double agent" vs "doubleagent" and I did not do a "doubleagent" search of the root page for all the support forums. Thanks.
  4. I tried to search here and your blog to find where EMSISOFT is at in protecting against this malware. I found nothing. Can you comment to this? https://www.wired.com/2017/03/clever-doubleagent-attack-turns-antivirus-malware/ .
  5. Is anyone here familiar with this software. Apparently it has been used for some time as an anti-cheat with a fairly well known first person shooter called ARMA (I think ARMA 3 specifically). I recently ran into it when a game I play - Insurgency - implemented its' use in its latest update. I originally acquired Insurgency via STEAM and have until now, launched it via the STEAM interface. Here's what I saw when I initially allowed for the Insurgency update and chose to allow the installation of BattlEye. EMSISOFT AM was in Game Mode at the time. 09:13:19: Starting BattlEye Service
  6. I've tried accessing on two separate Win PC's - one a Win7 laptop and one a Win10 desktop. I do not use a third party stay resident password manager on either machine. On the laptop I do not use the browser's built-in password manager for any business, financial, or websites where significant personal information is contained. On the desktop I do use the browser built-in password manager. I have the same issue with both laptop and desktop. The commonality between the two is that they both use Emsisoft AM and they both go through the same router. But..... since posting, I'v
  7. Is there some function of Emsisoft AM that would stop a web page from carrying over my credentials from one page to another? I can log into the main page, see all the key info pertinent to my identity, but when I use a button off that page to book a flight or manage my previous booking, the next pages that come up require me to sign in again. And... I am unable to sign in from that point forward except if I reload the main page again. All the auto-fill of my name and preferences no longer occurs. I'm thinking it is their website that is the issue but as I have now engaged their IT
  8. I also had similar issues with my ancient Vista 64bit desktop PC which appear to have been resolved with yesterday's update. After a period of time which could vary from a few minutes to an hour or so (am thinking it was related to EAM updating its' signatures), I would lose the ability to open programs and then close them with remnants remaining in memory. Most troubling was that Task Manager and MS Process Manager were rendered useless even if I had them already running before the glitch took effect. Unfortunately the rogue EAM update came at about the same time as a Windows Update
  9. Thank you! That worked. All licenses have been moved over.
  10. Is this still a valid procedure? I've just acquired a new ultrabook and will be retiring my 6 year old slow as molasses notebook. I have about 290 days left in my 1 user OA license. I've tried the method above and all I get is a "Trial Period Expired" message. I've also found this link from your support FAQ. https://helpdesk.emsisoft.com/Knowledgebase/Article/View/37/11/how-to-activate-emsisoft-anti-malware-andor-online-armor-premium-license-on-a-different-computer There does not seem to be a high degree of confidence in this method if the votes are considered.
  11. O M G! That is amazing. Haven't had time to poke and prod in the intimate corners of this thing but it looks good on the screen. Running processes looks to be about the right number off a fresh boot. I saw EAM update and ask to be rebooted well before I read your response and there was no way I was going to allow it to reboot until you replied. This is fantastic. :D :D
  12. Good Day EAM Support, I am a registered paid user of 3 EAM licenses - 1 Win7 desktop, 1 Vista Home 32bit laptop, and my oldest desktop using Vista Ultimate 64bit SP2. Yesterday's update asked for the system to be rebooted. I have not done the Win7 PC as yet, it went fine on my Vista laptop, but it has caused chaos on my Vista 64bit PC. After reboot the system showed the Microsoft loading screen and when I expected the login screen to appear it went to a black screen. After waiting a long time, my photo screen saver popped up. Upon moving the mouse, back to a black screen. I
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