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ESET Endpoint Antivirus Drivers Detected by Rogue Killer?

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This isn't meant to be a criticism of any kind, but just a question, one of my Support staff was responding to an ESET Endpoint AV detection of Conduit, but noticed some strange behaviors on the machine that lead him to want to check for rootkits (that is a long story and isn't important to the question at hand, at least for the moment). 

 

I understand that ESET isn't or can't be responsible for how other tools react to it, but I'm just curious, Rogue Killer detected that the ehdrv.sys driver was hooked - has anyone had this happen, or think of a reason this might have happened?  

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ESET Helper driver ?

 

I just wanted to let you know that i performed a full scan on my system with RogueKiller V8.8.5 and it did not have the same results.

Maybe only on your machine something has altered that driver ? Very curious :ph34r:

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ESET's drivers and other binaries are digitally signed so you can easily verify if it's genuine.

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