Avast Internet Security v6.0 – Teste Preventivo (Preventive Test)
Hello everybody! You are all welcome to another review! Today we are going to test Avast Internet Security – version 6.0.1000 That is the final version I’ve already installed the software I kept the default settings And as always, nothing has been changed So what dows this version of Avast Internet Security offer more in terms of security than Avast Free Antivirus? It offers a Firewall An AntiSpam tool Besides AutoSandbox, also present in the Free version, It offers the Sandbox Any program or file placed in this area will be virtualized It offers the SafeZone Suitable for online shopping and Internet banking When this option is activated, the browser is automatically virtualized and placed in the Sandbox WebRep is present in all versions of Avast, as we saw previously in the test that I did with Avast Free Antivirus I will update now database with last signatures Database is updated Let’s now check computer’s resources usage These three services here are from Avast It takes about 33 MB of RAM memory Here I have a list of fresh malicious links and let’s start testing This one was detected by Avast This one was not detected and it is here running on RAM as you can see This one was detected This link is not working This link is dead This link is also dead This one was detected This one was also detected This one was not detected Now is no longer present in RAM This is the Windows Firewall This one was blocked This one was also detected and blocked And the last one This link is dead I will do a full scan of this computer with Avast and I will return at the end with the results At the end of scanning process One infected file was found It was considered as a malware I will keep the default option and move it to Quarantine OK! Avast now recommends the immediate restart of the computer that I will do, But first I would like to show you That this malicious file, this malware running on RAM memory KillSwitch, from Comodo Cleaning Essentials, Detected this file, using DACS, as a trojan.dropper I will restart the computer now and I will return with Comodo Cleaning Essentials After rebooting the computer I will clean temporary files with CCleaner OK! And now I will do a full scan with Comodo Cleaning Essentials I will return at the end with the results At the end of Comodo Cleaning Essentials scanning process Four threats were found A Rootkit, A change on Master Boot Record A Trojan – detected by DACS from F-Secure An the last one is a false-positive considering is a file from Avast itself So I will unselect the last one And I will clean the rest of them OK! The computer will reboots again and I return with the results of Hitman Pro At the end of Hitman Pro scanning process one threat was detected A Trojan, Win32.VBKrypt I will erase this threat It was sent to Quarantine OK! I have already updated Malwarebytes’s database I will return at the end of the scanning process with the results At the end of Malwarebytes scanning process Two infected objects were found Two registry data – trojan.Zbot and Hijack.StartPage I will remove both of them As there are no malicious processes in RAM is not necessary to reboot the computer again I will now start scanning with SuperAntispyware and I will be right back with the results At the end of SuperAntispyware scanning process Nothing was found At the end of Norton Power Eraser scanning process Just a suspicious file was found, an inconclusive result Well, my verdict about Avast Internet Security version 6 It found many of the threats were exposed But missed some of them, including a Rootkit Avast Internet Security 6 has improved over its previous version But it still needs to improve both the detector behavior as its tool AutoSandbox Well, that is all for today, let your comments, suggestions, opinions and visit my blog: seumicroseguro.com/ My YouTube channel and my Twitter is: victorh2007 Thanks for watching and I will see you!