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Ibrad

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  1. Thats stange, did you try launched the Rising PC Doctor task manager with real time of MBAM active? The only think I can think is MBAM used higher heru on the on-demand scan since some malware was already present on the system but I don't know if MBAM is capable of that.
  2. Ibrad

    Rising pc doctor

    I use this software, its safe I don't know why the IP range is blocked. Nothing seems suspious on my machine since installing it. Its Anti-Trojan is cloud based so that is why you see it. It has no real time protection but has cloud task manager, and cloud software updater. I reported to MBAM FP to Rising so we shall see if MBAM fixes it.
  3. Sorry that was a test machine where they were testing Rising PC Doctor. I don't think that have that machine anymore since it was a test machine. I just wanted to point out your product was detecting another security product as detected here in the log: C:\Program Files (x86)\Rising\RSA\bootopt.exe (Trojan.Agent) -> Quarantined and deleted successfully. C:\Program Files (x86)\Rising\RSA\cloudsys.exe (Trojan.Agent) -> Quarantined and deleted successfully. C:\Program Files (x86)\Rising\RSA\dwlodsvr.exe (Trojan.Agent) -> Quarantined and deleted successfully. C:\Program Files (x86)\Rising\RSA\fileshd.exe (Trojan.Agent) -> Quarantined and deleted successfully. C:\Program Files (x86)\Rising\RSA\ielock.exe (Trojan.Agent) -> Quarantined and deleted successfully. C:\Program Files (x86)\Rising\RSA\process.exe (Trojan.Agent) -> Quarantined and deleted successfully. C:\Program Files (x86)\Rising\RSA\shellext.exe (Trojan.Agent) -> Quarantined and deleted successfully. C:\Program Files (x86)\Rising\RSA\SysFirePopWnd.exe (Trojan.Agent) -> Quarantined and deleted successfully. C:\Program Files (x86)\Rising\RSD\updater.exe (Trojan.Downloader) -> Quarantined and deleted successfully. C:\Program Files (x86)\Rising\RSD\Backup\RSD\RSSetup\updater.exe (Trojan.Downloader) -> Quarantined and deleted successfully. However if I can find someone with a log, I can get someone to post it. Sorry I am unable to provide the information you needed.
  4. In a Test MalwareByes detects RIsing PC Doctor as a trojan: http://malwaretips.com/Thread-Review-Ibrad-request-Rising-PC-Doctor?pid=56817#pid56817 I take it that is a FP and should be fixed?
  5. I am going to take a wild guess and go with Rubber Ducky
  6. It looks great in my opinion!
  7. Ah SourceFire I could not remember that name off the top of my head
  8. Thats Immunet, it as just acquired by ClamAV corp. Its 100% legal and their pro version is their Cloud Engine + ClamAV + Bitdefender and their free version is Clam AV + Cloud Engine.
  9. BrowserDefender has a bug which it does not work with Google searchers properly.
  10. Ibrad

    Great News?

    I think it may be good for some, when I was infected with a rogue security application it redirected every security site but allowed download.com to download anything.
  11. This thread should be closed before into turns into a argument.
  12. A conflict was reported with Panda and MBAM but I think it was with the pro version, once you uninstall MBAM install Panda and reinstall MBAM everything should be fine. Like always remember to add MBAM files to Pandas exception list and add Mbam files to Panda exception list.
  13. Its just an in browser on-demand scan that scans via Bitdefender's cloud. It will not conflict with any other security products because it does not have anything downloaded to your PC other then the scan client. I personally use it also when I feel like a quick check.
  14. Nope Webroot is now making a big push for Prevx, they actually are now providing funding to allow Prevx to be bought in a box through Amazon. So if they keep on this path it may be a very good time for Prevx.
  15. Threatfire support and dev is not how it use to be. Also if this is true : Wilders
  16. I know you are not, though I have seen many people at times on security forums refuse to use the China based security applications.
  17. Actually many of the Chinese AV's are actually rather good. Twister AV has this awesome online file scan feature, if the behavior blocker finds a file suspicious it will offer to send the file to the small cloud. After a scan from the cloud it with again report back saying clean or Trojan X. Rising has its rather good behavior blocker and PC Doctor toolkit (which I use). Kingsoft has its cloud based engine on top of a security task manager. Because it comes from one area does not mean its bad.
  18. I think a few issues reported a conflict to Kingsoft but I think they have fixed it, its cloud seems to be effective against Zbot variants. It has a larger user base in China so I don't know how much American spreading malware it gets.
  19. Or instead of trying to get it in money follow my personal favorite of getting software...giveaway hunting. I hunt a while each time I need new software for a giveaway I want then try out you chances to win. I do that a lot. Then my other personal favorite, software beta testing. its a rewarding and fun experience. Not all but some vendors offer gift cards and software if you beta test. It is a very fun thing to do, I love doing beta testing because its work but it is fun. Other then that its just saving up money a little here and a little there and finding a way to buy.
  20. If I remember correctly before that RuberDucky wrote AboutBuster? Also just wonder is a story behind the user name RuberDucky?
  21. Ibrad

    ThreatFire

    I used it in the past (may use it again once they release the new version) I thought it was good in my opinion. Warned me of a driver install as I was install DefenceWall allowed it. I think that was the only time I actually saw it in action.
  22. Plus Ad-Aware now has a AV engine built in it (Sunbelt) so it may conflict with your AV.
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