Friday, February 22, 2008

Kaspersky Anti-Virus - Internet Security 8.0.0.259 Beta

Kaspersky Internet Security 8.0 – is a new line of Kaspersky Labs products, which is designed for the multi-tiered protection of personal computers. This product is based on in-house protection components, which are based on variety of technologies for maximum levels of user protection regardless of technical competencies. This product utilizes several technologies, which were jointly developed by Kaspersky Labs and other companies; part of them is implemented via online-services.

During product preparation several competitor offerings were considered and analyzed - firewalls, security suites systems, which position themselves as proactive in defence and HIPS systems. Combination of in-hosue innovative developments and results from analysis gathered through the industry allowed to jump onto a new level of protection for personal users, whereby offering even more hardened and less annoying computer protection from all types of electronic threats – malicious programs of different types, hacker attacks, spam mailings, program-root kits, phishing emails, advertisement popup windows etc.
Intro copied for all those who don't know what it is...

Download Inglisch:
http://devbuilds.kaspersky-labs.com/devbuilds/8.0.0.259/English/2008_02_22_17_11/

Download Russki:
http://devbuilds.kaspersky-labs.com/devbuilds/8.0.0.259/Russian/2008_02_22_17_11/

Future Versions are here:
http://devbuilds.kaspersky-labs.com/devbuilds/

include the beta keys for testing.

Forum for results posting is here:
http://81.176.69.85/index.php?showforum=15

Hit on logo switch to English

Read about executable - packers / pe file format before you think a Packer is a Virus just because some bad guys have a trojan packed with a packer into files or AntiVirus Program can not scan inside a compressed file like in old times! It's the same as put trojans in a zip archive and PKzip by name get listed to be a Virus.

Zitat from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EXE_packer: "Also, some older virus scanners simply report all compressed executables as viruses because the decompressor stubs share some characteristics with those. Most modern virus scanners can unpack several different executable compression layers to check the actual executable inside."

We have to do with brand new virus scanners but they simply report all possible compressed files as viruses up to date. See: http://lexikon.ikarus.at/cgi-bin/lexikon.pl?lang=de&search_next=1500&search_letter=p
also BitDefender - secure you every bit and many more: sample XComp http://virscan.org/report/
According to Wikipedia thouse Antivirus programs are just good enough to trash because they can not unpack and scan inside an exe file if its compressed. Money back is granted if have obtained the wrong AV
AntiVirus Scanner from:
Microsoft Engine Version 1.3204
McAfee Engine Version 5.2.00
seems to can scan inside all possible packed PE Files. Test it by self and use as virus listed packers (XComp / FSG / PEX / MEW SE and MEW 5 / the old Upack Packer.byDwing and so on...) to compress/pack some files.
KisKav6Remove.zip - works
missing files: KisKav7Remove.zip, KisKav8Remove.zip

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