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Threat Detected, Now What? I have a Malware threat detected and not sure what my reaction should be.
I have a Malware threat detected, it is an exe file and webroot has blocked the program. It was found on one of my XenApp 6.5 Servers in teh %cache% directory. What should i do ? [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/webroot-en/attachment/23632iDE002DB7F6BCE65C.jpg[/img]
I have a small photography business. I am running out of space on my C drive. I am not sure what I can move to external hard drive. I have hiberfiles.sys that is taking up 6617088 of the space. Can I move that without harming my system? Also swapfile.sys and pagefile.sys
Forgive my ignorance... my business Outlook just returned a scam email from my domain but not from me. For example, if my email was email@example.com, this was from Madeline@ruletheworld.com. Ran a Webroot scan on my office PC and no threats found. Any way this is traceable or otherwise how to handle? Many thanks.
This caused our customers who subscribe to your services or one of your partners (Cisco) to lose access to our site. We reviewed our servers and found nothing to indicate we had a problem. The canned response (see below) provieded is not enough to justify the interupption to our business. We want specific justification for your actions. "Our automated evaluation system uses a machine learning algorithm to determine the reputation of an IP, to which the experience of a Web and Threat Analysis team is added when further research on a website is requested. Unfortunately we cannot disclose the proprietary intelligence data collected regarding this site. If further details are needed you may elect to contact the IP owner in order to request more information about any recent changes to the site source code that may have triggered the scanners to flag the site as malicious. Best, Webroot BrightCloud Threat Intelligence Support" Doug Downing
**Sorry, originally posted this in the wrong section** Hi guys, Introductions first, I'm Marc, sys & support admin for Fónua Ltd in Ireland. I've been trying to advocate the switch to Webroot for some time now and a repeat encounter today with that darn CryptoLocker virus gave me the perfect window to do so. I signed up for a trial version and have set up the endpoint client on 10 IT PC's for testing purposes. Now I'd like to mention I've used Webroot before, my previous employment was with an IT services provider who deployed and managed Webroot services to clients. So far everything has been fine, with one glaring exception. To showcase Webroot in the IT department alone I tested it with a number of virus', and it worked beautifully. 18 detected threats on the one machine and nothing escaped the net. However, I then went to showcase the web interface for the administration control and one thing stood out like a sore thumb. The
Pretty scary stuff: [url=http://www.myce.com/news/microsoft-onedrive-for-business-modifies-files-as-it-syncs-71168/]http://www.myce.com/news/microsoft-onedrive-for-business-modifies-files-as-it-syncs-71168/[/url] found on [url=http://www.reddit.com/r/sysadmin/comments/23nx4o/microsoft_onedrive_for_business_modifies_files_as/]reddit[/url].
I just enabled a feature of our email service that tells me when incoming emails were not sent via TLS. It is telling me that Infection Alert messages from firstname.lastname@example.org are not utilizing TLS. This is probably minor, but it could constitute a security risk in some cases.
I had always been told that webroot was a particularly good product against new viruses and ransomware because of the "learning" system in place. The q3 2016 effitas report doesn't really indicate this though, and there aren't very many other in depth reports like this around. Does webroot have a response to this or upcoming plans to better this field in particular. Any specifics? [url=https://www.mrg-effitas.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/MRG-Effitas-360-Assessment-Q3-2016.pdf]https://www.mrg-effitas.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/MRG-Effitas-360-Assessment-Q3-2016.pdf[/url]
One of our customers on Spiceworks wrote up how the switch to Webroot went for him. Check it out here: [url=http://community.spiceworks.com/people/jimmy-t/projects/webroot-secureanywhere-install]http://community.spiceworks.com/people/jimmy-t/projects/webroot-secureanywhere-install[/url]
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