• , last edited by Ilya.Zadonsky

    Good news for everyone!

    A new version of the beta build is available for download and testing.

    You can download the version from the links below

     Can be activated only through Internet. Beta-license is valid for 90 days.

     Before installation of the new build, please uninstall the previous build (sometimes kavremover may be needed) and reboot the system

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    • Do not proceed with testing without reading the instructions;
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    • Traces as well as app and driver verifiers are enable in this build.
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  • What about the MAC version. I dont see any beta testing or RC.

  • A KL developer comment would be also welcome ;)

  • , last edited by Helios_07


    It was hardened alot over the last years and you have to keep in mind that a malicious program still would have to go through most layers of protection from kaspersky before it can start a kernel driver and kill avp.exe.

    The point is that you need a kernel driver to bypass selfdefense.

    Trusted application mode, using an account with lower rights, User access control from windows or whatever its called, those are all good additional layer of protection against that.

  • , last edited by harlan4096

    Yeah, I know that PH for many years was always be able to terminate avp services, but I thought that was hardened in the last years...

  • , last edited by Helios_07


    Thats because Process Hacker starts a kernel driver(which requires administrator rights by the way), said driver gives it elevated rights and so makes it possible to terminate avp.exe.

    Thats always been possible, you can also use for example gmer anti-rootkit.

    If you start Process hacker without Admin rights you wont be able to kill avp.exe.

    You cant really protect against that as far as i know because that happens on kernel level.

  • A user has tested KIS2020 TR (Russian), and still Process Hacker can terminate avp services surprisedundecidedfrown


  • Great news! :)

  • , last edited by new kis user 2012

    Technical release (TR) signed. It was this build Congratulations to both testers and KL. :)


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