don’t worry , I guess the cis developers are just doing a great and fast job , I just tested 2 of the signed trusted! malwares that i had problems with last week , and they are fixed now and sandboxed when I execute them …
Just want to know the time between these two points;
someone reported a malware with valid signature in TVL (assume it is a true malware),
release of a new TVL with above signature removed for update of CIS in our PC.
And I think the above time should be less than the time required for update of virus database if a new virus were reported. It is because I can still be protected by D+ if the AV missed the virus. However, the protection will totally be bypassed if a malware got a valid signature in TVL.
even with the Norton Insight technology ( it depends on the file hashes as far as I know ) , still you will find some problems like these
I was testing Norton Antivirus 2011 versus malc0de.com’s malwares and I also found like 4 or 5 malwares that norton reports them as ( safe !) and the system got infected so easily.
you will never get a security software with 100 % protection , but you can get a solid software like the free! cis5 and get yourself used to download only famous and trusted softwares , then u will be safe