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Hi all, Not sure how much time I'll get to play with it an anger, but I'm trying to set up a malware research rig along the lines of this tutorial here: https://blog.malwarebytes.com/threat-analysis/2012/04/anonymizing-traffic-for-your-vm/ I notice that it's quite old, which is a serious consideration in this game. The first problem I have is that I cannot get JanusVM to run up at all in any way shape or form. I tried setting up VMWare Player on my Linux installation, but every time I tried to launch JanusVM as per the instructions in that article, VMware Player just kept crashing out. I finally found an error in the log, which simple said "Client error 11: exiting" (or words to that effect). Googling this error showed that, whilst I could not find anybody reporting the error when trying to run JanusVM, it seemed to mean "System call failed" at which point I knew this was going to go nowhere. So I tried again on Windows 10, and this time got this: "Error whiloe powering on: The virtual machine configuration may not be modified. The virtual machine failed t start because the legacy configuration is no longer supported. Upgrade the virtual machine or retry the operation on a compatible product." Again, a show-stopping error. JanusVM is very old now - like 2010 - and the only other thing I could find was TorVM which is even older (2008). Does anybody have any ideas? Thanks!
I have two virtual machines running Windows in VMware. (I'm actually a Mac user) I'm wondering if I need 2 licenses for the premium version or if 1 license covers my situation? (I'm assuming 1 license is for 1 computer?) P.S. Does Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Premium really give me more protection in comparison with the free version and Kaspersky Total Security? P.P.S. Isn't there a sale available for the holidays?
Today I started getting the following detection with malware DB v2014.06.12.06, and am wondering if it might be a false detection: Modules: 1 Spyware.Zbot.ED, D:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\Infrastructure\Virtual Infrastructure Client\Plugins\SMS\yFilesAdapter.dll, No Action By User, [4d49de993249f83e46040e3aad53fb05], Registry Values: 1 Spyware.Zbot.ED, HKLM\SOFTWARE\WOW6432NODE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWS\CURRENTVERSION\SHAREDDLLS|D:\PROGRAM FILES (X86)\VMWARE\INFRASTRUCTURE\VIRTUAL INFRASTRUCTURE CLIENT\PLUGINS\SMS\YFILESADAPTER.DLL, 1, No Action By User, [4d49de993249f83e46040e3aad53fb05] Files: 1 Spyware.Zbot.ED, D:\Program Files (x86)\VMware\Infrastructure\Virtual Infrastructure Client\Plugins\SMS\yFilesAdapter.dll, No Action By User, [4d49de993249f83e46040e3aad53fb05], Full logs and DLL attached. Malware Bytes Log 2014-06-12.txt yFilesAdapter.zip