Da Phu

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  1. How come VT doesn't list Emsisoft blacklisted?
  2. I have an expire Emsisoft Internet Security license key, and I wish to renew it with a promotional deal going right now, but I can't renew because my expired Emsisoft Internet Security license key is not working with Emsisoft Anti-Malware.
  3. Not really. UBlock Origin running fine on this site.
  4. https://www.auslogics.com/en/articles/core-isolation-and-memory-integrity/
  5. Tested 2 days straight, and it seems like Windows Defender is no longer detect anything related to Emsisoft as a threat. In addition, Microsoft replied to my reported ticket that they already fixed this false positive detection.
  6. I don't remember, but Windows Defender detect some temp files in the temp folder with a whole bunch of number as a threat. The file detected change each time I update the signatures.
  7. Update: 7/26 1:11 AM EST I have that option enable on Custom Scan. Malware Scan also triggered it as well. Windows Defender latest signatures detect one of the Emsisoft's temp files in temp folder located Appdata Local as a Trojan during malware scan. The detection name is Trojan: Win32/Zpevdo.A. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/wdsi/threats/malware-encyclopedia-description?Name=Trojan:Win32/Zpevdo.A&ThreatID=-2147240153
  8. It was created by EEK. The temp folder appeared when I opened EEk, and disappear when I closed EEK. I wish I can restore the files that Windows Defender detected, but for some reasons Windows Defender automatically removed the files instead of quarantined it. I ran a malware scan in EEK and this is where Windows Defender detected some files in EEK temp folder in Appdata > Local as a threat. Windows Defender automatically removed the threat instead of quarantine the threat. I just did a malware scan today with EEK latest signatures, and it seems like Windows Defender no longer detect EEK files in EEK temp folder as a threat anymore.
  9. It is in the Appdata > Local > temp > Tempxxxxxx folder. This is where Windows Defender removed the threat and it didn't quarantined it during Emsisoft scan. There is some files in Emsisoft temp folder in Appdata Local that Windows Defender detect when doing a scan.
  10. It detect some temp file in Appdata > Local > tempxxxxxxx folder as a threat during scanning. Threat detection name is Trojan:Win32/Zpevdo.A
  11. Too much scrolling. I love the old one.
  12. Oh okay. Glad to hear Emsisoft Anti-Malware can scan and detect malicious Chrome extensions.