spywar

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  1. Thanks for your hard work devs and testers I'm gonna play with EAM 9...downloading.
  2. In that case, Elise manually whitelisted an app http://support.emsisoft.com/topic/13617-cubicexplorer-false-positive/#entry98357 I guess this was also able to be done automatically right ?
  3. I hope no one uses it for any kind of test or whatever else ... Since Google bought it, many new engines are being added..........I prefer the old one
  4. Yes it is quite quite powerfull...I was just testing it with fresh MD5 values of fresh malware samples...Even safe samples are great covered. "Around 2000 - 5000 files a day are being whitelisted at the moment" so we can consider that AMN is whitelisting around 60 000 / 150 000 of new safe files each month then..
  5. Fabian : I see your point, but wouldn't it be great to see a topic once you'll reach 10 M users ?
  6. Oh I can see that DB is now reaching the 50 M files.... Considering it was at 20 M at the time I started this thread...nice.
  7. Ah yes.....I did forgot the site name, I was searching for Antimalwarenetwork.net .... thanks
  8. I can't find AntiMalwareNetwork website with all stats etc ... Is it normal ?
  9. I gathered 58 fresh samples http://malwaretips.com/Thread-Malware-Pack-58-fresh-samples--17062?pid=128440#pid128440 Did a scan with EEK updated and left 9 samples did submitted those 9 and also checked all of them one per one using SHA-1 value http://malwaretips.com/Thread-Malware-Pack-58-fresh-samples--17062?pid=128447#pid128447 Pretty impressive and agressive.
  10. My suggestion : Why not make an upload area on the AMN website so that I can upload never seen malware by the backend.
  11. Basically you don't have any plans on bringing the AMN even more in interaction with EAM ? It's really active with OA, nothing goes through and if one pass the OA's cloud lookup, Mamutu takes care of it.... I mean...even adware all all covered by AMN ! and if you take a look at some malware removal forums, you'll see ppl get infected a lot by Adware it would be pretty good to bring up this AMN to check every execution on EAM...But I bet you know better than me.
  12. Strange that EAM asks AMN only when Behavior Blocker sees something with malicious behavior...Maybe I am wrong here ? Do you plan some more things for EAM like checking every .exe with AMN ? Thanks again.
  13. Hi! Take a look at this test on 22 samples pack from me http://malwaretips.com/Thread-Malware-Pack-22-fresh-samples--16954?pid=127641#pid127641 (really fast) I'm impressed by OA I must say... Question is how can it identify something as malicious ? (dangerous) ? Does it look it up throught the Anti Malware Network database ? Cause I checked these files with isthisfilesafe.net and if I remember right all were caught as Malware. Thanks again for all those replies and also to the tester.
  14. Thanks again Fabian So do you get samples from virustotal continuously ? 24/7 ? I see there is a product called MalAware which essentially relies on this database for scanning. Do you plan such a scan called Cloud Scan for the future of EAM ?