safety gave kudos to 0xDEADBEEF in ESET Endpoint Security 7 is available for evaluation
Cool, I was always wondering why ransomware shield was so blunt when prev layers are disabled. Will change the methodology then.
Alright, tried to lock the virus definition and tested a new ransomware with all protect layers on, and the ransomware shield started to detect new suspicious variants. Though some files were still encrypted. The other sample (c3dc8906bc8a2f5fc680b099889762c27781a509) bypassed the protection on 0320 db.
safety gave kudos to MichalJ in ESET Endpoint Security 7 is available for evaluation
@safety As mentioned above in the comment of J.D. - ransomware shield is not a "standalone" feature. It´s build on top of other components, meaning if you purposefully disable the real time protection (which you should not do at all), it does not have all of the data needed in order to work properly. It´s another layer, on top of existing ones, not a replacement layer.