safety 2 Posted March 13 Share Posted March 13 (edited) Today, for the first time, I discovered that ESET began to detect the modules of the Universal Virus Sniffer program. We use this program to analyze and clean up infected systems. It can be said that this is our best help tool for users protected by the ESET product. If for better logging the ESET Log Collector is used, then for cleaning and collecting samples that are not detected by the product, we use the uVS. Quote Time;Scan Engine;Object Type;Object;Detection;Action;User;Info;Hash;First Detection Here 2023/03/13 21:10:31;Real-time file system protection;file;E:\soft\avirus\Universal Virus Sniffer latest\ayedge;Suspicious Object;cleaned up by deletion (after next restart);NT AUTHORITY\system;Event occurred when trying to access a file with the following application: C:\Windows\System32\SearchProtocolHost.exe (D7F955DF3682F3C9F51F4CE16B4DA8E77EC1C198).;7B666291C6ABD8C367FF250DF205BBF08830CDE3;01/05/2023 12:20:12 Please exclude this detection, especially since most anti-virus programs do not interfere with uVS. "We used uVS tool for many years to analyze our customer’s systems and make scripts to solve a lot of different issues. You must run this tool manually and open the script from the tool, so it is not possible to make executable scripts or something like this, which can be used by cybercriminals. I would like to ask you to exclude uVS from any detections by ESET. Also, you can see that other antiviruses mostly don’t detect it. It is not dangerous tool; it is very useful tool." developer page: hxxp://dsrt.dyndns.org:8888/ Program download page hxxp://dsrt.dyndns.org:8888/files/uvs_v413.zip Edited March 13 by safety Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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