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Earlier today i got a spam e-mail  from eliza fernandes NUCSOFT info here hxxp://sanesecurity.blogspot.co.uk/2015/01/eliza-fernandes-nucsoft-payroll.html which contained malware, eset didn't detect this malware until i choose to move the e-mail into the spam folder it then detected it and deleted  the infected files VBA/TrojanDownloader.Agent.FI trojan   this was some 8hrs later

 

got me thinking is the e-mail scanner working as intended ?

 

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You wrote you moved the email to another folder 8 hours later. That explains it - the detection was added in the mean time.

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but it also at the same time found another pro porting to be from a Garret Velasquez of RELIANCE INFRASTRUCTURE LTD ??? who ever he and the company is i have no clue, do my alarm bells rang straight away, eset's some 8hrs later mmm i just asked eset to rescan the messages in the infected folder, and both these e-mails with infected attachments where put in to the spam folder, now deleted manually why doesnt eset offer to delete these type of e-mails?

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