Microsoft Security Essentials v4.01 Beta – Teste (Test, CC)
Hello everybody! You are all so welcome to another review! I got a request and today we are going to test Microsoft Security Essentials version 4.01 Beta According to Microsoft The main enhancements in this new version is as follow Improvements in detection and automatic removal of malware files Improvements in performance Improvements in its Antivirus engine Which has better ability to protect and clean I do not see any change in the user interface What seems to be the same I kept the default settings And as always, nothing has been changed I will update now Microsoft Security Essentials database Database is updated Let’s now check RAM memory usage Of this new version of MSE For a total of two active services A memory usage between 70 to 75 MB of RAM I would say It is still very high for an Antivirus Here I have a list of malicious links And let’s start testing Microsoft Security Essentials informs no action needed Apparently it automatically detected and removed the threat This is the firewall of Windows As I always do, I will allow access I think this link is not working This link is dead I suppose this threat was detected and eliminated automatically by the MSE This link is dead This one apparently was also detected In fact it was MSE is recommending me to restart the computer now I will restart the computer later Last link is dead I will grab three more links And I will return in a moment to resume this test Well, here I am back I brought four more malware links And let’s resume the test This is the Windows firewall I will release the access Apparently this threat based on Java was detected By the MSE Ninda Removal Tool I do not know it this is a legal software or a threat We can check this later And the last link Now you can see three suspicious files being analyzed by Comodo KillSwitch I will follow the recommendation of MSE I will restart the computer now And I will return with the results of a full scan of Microsoft Security Essentials At the end of the scanning process Two threats were detected A Trojan and a virus OK! I will restart the computer again Then I will run the CCleaner And I will return with the results of analysis of Malwarebytes After the computer’s restart MSE reports that a threat is still present I will remove it And I will restart the computer again I will be right back Here I am back And again the same alert Notifying the presence of the same malware I will try to remove it again And I will have to restart the computer again I will be right back Here I am back Just after compute’s restart And again MSE notifies me the detection of the same threat What it means MSE detects Apparently removes the threat But it comes back after computer’s restart MSE detects but not remove the malware I will start scanning now with Malwarebytes And I will return in a moment with the results At the end of Malwarebytes scanning process Two infected objects were found A file, Backdoor.Agent And a registry data of Hijack.Shell I will remove these threats now OK! I will start scanning now with Hitman Pro And I will return at the end with the results At the end of Hitman Pro scanning process It was detected the presence of a rootkit I confirmed this result through Kaspersky TDSSKiller That also found a rootkit, Win32 I will remove this threat now Computer will be rebooted And I will return with the results of scanning process of Emsisoft Anti-Malware At the end of Emsisoft scanning process It was detected some Registry keys related to malware files I will delete these entries now OK! I will start scanning now with SuperAntiSpyware And I will return at the end with the results At the end of SuperAntiSpyware scanning process It was detected some Registry keys These ones here are cookies And a registry key of Malware.Trace I will remove these threats now OK! Well, my final words This new Microsoft Security Essentials version 4.01 Beta Got a good result in this test It seems its engine of detection Is more sensitive to the presence of threats And found most of them Quickly and automatically But did not detect some of malware that was exposed It detected a malware, but could not delete it from the machine As we saw previously It also did not detect a rootkit Which is a very serious threat as we know MSE still lacks A behavior detection tool To block the action The so-called “zero-hour threats” Well, that is all for today. Let your comments, suggestions, opinions and visit my blog: http://seumicroseguro.com/ My Twitter is: victorh2007 Thanks for having watched this video and I will see you!