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lukasamd

No Self-Defense?

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Hello,

I use Immunet Plus in Windows 7 Professional x64.

Immunet makes 2 processes: agent.exe and iptray.exe, both 64-bit.

 

Everything looks good but... I can simply kill these processes by windows task manager!

Is there any self-defense in 64-bit version of Immunet?

On Windows x86 this operation is not possible, but other programs such as Norton, BitDefender, ESET are able to protect its processes, even 64-bit.

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Guest Orlando

No, in this version (2) there isn't self-protection, it might be in the version 3.0 Just a suppose.

 

Orlando

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Guest Orlando

Some vendors haven't got self-protection, Immunet is young and isn't vulnerable with some malware, but in the future we will add self-protection.

 

Orlando

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An antivirus killer is most often the payload of a trojan. If my AV program allows a trojan to gain entry & execute, then my AV DESERVES to die. R.I.P.

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