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Re: RE: Malware detection
From: Raghav Pande <kaelsunstrider.raghav () gmail com>
Date: Wed, 25 Jul 2012 21:52:05 +0530

probably those many occasions were when, malware was made by kiddies. :)
MSSE is very bad at detecting stuff. and if you think MSSE takes
action against new malwares then see those malware's timestamp, first
4 bytes which will tell you about compiler and other stuff which says
VB6 or .NET or 1999 or made by kiddie.
a properly made crypter or malware always bypasses MSSE.
Try KIS proactive defense combined with system watcher is best
protection you can get.
#fail exploit
#fail malwares

On Wed, Jul 25, 2012 at 10:32 AM,  <kartik.netsec () gmail com> wrote:
"Also, on many occasions we have seen MSSE detect and successfully remove new malware that other products didn't even 
detect until their signatures included these programs - sometimes days later."

I second with Eric's comment. I have experienced this a lot many times in my environment wherein MSSE detects and 
takes the corrective action against new malware whereas the market leaders like Symantec and McAfee detected it only 
when ticket was raised and samples were sent to them.

Some people feel honored bashing Microsoft and it's products. It is a fashion :D

Thanks,
Kartik
CISSP, CISM

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Regards
Raghav Pande

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