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This time I would like to tell you that all of us here probably knows that there is malicious software or something more serious, "Patch of hacker which will be a hide patch/malware code of hacker" etc. which can not be detected by Security software like you software’s and others Security software like any others , so you already knows there are no Security software can 100% detected ? so my suggestion is To develop a new fake dll.file detector Utility for analyzing/submitting the system’s dll files to virustotal.com to check this em : :) out lol

This tool is useful and very strongly we want it.!

 

 

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Gamezertruts !

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Malwarebytes Anti-Malware has heuristics in its engine that make it quite capable of detecting fake and patched system files, including DLLs and drivers.

Besides, if they have modified a system DLL in a way as you suggest where it cannot be detected by security software like ours, then doing a flat scan of the file with all of the traditional antivirus engines on VirusTotal wont' do you any good either because they'll miss it as well and the results will come back clean.

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Malwarebytes Anti-Malware has heuristics in its engine that make it quite capable of detecting fake and patched system files, including DLLs and drivers.

 

okey then Malwarebytes Anti-Malware if have detected a patched system file/Infected system32/dll’s what’s will happen if we Quarantine them ? :ph34r:Is the program can replace these files with other clean-files ? like combofix do i guess  :)

 

 

Besides, if they have modified a system DLL in a way as you suggest where it cannot be detected by security software like ours, then doing a flat scan of the file with all of the traditional antivirus engines on VirusTotal wont' do you any good either because they'll miss it as well and the results will come back clean.

This is precisely what makes us worried about these undetected-files That come infected and security software can not detect while double-clicking on the file will booming and kills our system’s like it happen to my for 1 time before Causing to lose all my 40 GB in 1 folder , which contains a lot of my personal files and more than 40 GB Of important files got locked Because of that damn stupid patch which kill my system :(:angry:

 

anway even virustotal.com can’t detected this Types of files :) XD :^) :lol: :D

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anway even virustotal.com can’t detected this Types of files :) XD :^) :lol::D

Virus Total has no product, engine or signatures to detect anything.

 

Everything is left up to the participating vendors.  Virus Total is nothing but a Front-End to numerous vendor scanners.

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Virus Total has no product, engine or signatures to detect anything.

 

Everything is left up to the participating vendors.  Virus Total is nothing but a Front-End to numerous vendor scanners.

thank dev for your info and now i got it  :)

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okey then Malwarebytes Anti-Malware if have detected a patched system file/Infected system32/dll’s what’s will happen if we Quarantine them ? :ph34r: Is the program can replace these files with other clean-files ? like combofix do i guess  :)

Correct. Our anti-rootkit engine can replace patched files with clean copies.

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Correct. Our anti-rootkit engine can replace patched files with clean copies.

That's what made ​​me to likes all-malwarebytes’s Related products as in tea addiction lol ! :lol::D:P;):D * isn’t yo ? :wub::rolleyes:

 

all best for malwarebytes dr-ron the owner and Staff and members lol-laugh-smiley.gifeating-popcorn-smiley-emoticon-1.gifmore-drama-plz-smiley-emoticon.png

 

all best Gamezertruth : ) :P

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