RunPE Detector Version 2

Jean-Pierre LESUEUR

Program updated to version 2

RunPE Detector is a new concept we invented for near-100% detection of malware mounted in your system’s memory. Hackers use the RunPE process to evade firewalls antivirus detection by hijacking legit processes. With RunPE Detector, you can uncover the malicious code and prevent it from further infecting your system.

Changelog

General

  • Project recoded from scratch
  • Better Pe File / Memory analysis
  • Faster analysis
  • Stability and memory usage improved
  • More efficient code to unlock and remove threats

GUI

  • Phrozen Material Support Added

Welcome to our new website

Jean-Pierre LESUEUR

Welcome to our fully redesigned website! We are pleased to introduce a new web design that matches our eye pleasing application interfaces. Feel free to share your comments about the new design or anything else regarding our products and services

The new website rolled out a little later than we expected, because of the huge amount of production work we are doing currently. We’ve been busy with supporting several of our corporate customers, which is good news for our freeware fans, as it keeps our bills paid and gives us more opportunities to develop great new tools for you, too! Very soon, we will be concentrating on releasing some of our new freeware and updates that we have underway.

At the moment, we are considering opening a patreon.com account that will let our fans support us with donations. We love what we do and we love that we can provide excellent security products for free. Of course, any donations we may receive would make it even easier for use to introduce new freeware and free web services.

Fix Explorer Quick Access on Windows 10

Jean-Pierre LESUEUR

Microsoft is now forcing legitimate users to migrate from Windows 7 and 8 to Windows 10. While Windows 10 is considered a vast improvement compared to its predesessors, it has some serious drawbacks. One of these is the fact that it is constantly collecting users’ data, sharing Wi-Fi passwords to contacts (albeit with encryption), and collects data and usage patterns exhibited by every user of Windows 10. While this invasive practices can be remedied, other settings are simply annoying or illogical.

In older versions of Windows, simply hitting 'My Computer' would give you an overview of the disks, apps and stations that are available on your system. Windows 10 has been preset with another setting. Annoyingly, it shows the things you really don't need to see.

We at Phrozensoft are forever ready to help you fix or tweak these issues.

Fix Windows Defender Privacy Issues

Jean-Pierre LESUEUR

Antivirus companies are increasingly advertising the cloud-based capabilities of their products, telling us that 'the speed of cloud computing to deliver real-time protection' is the next big step in your protection. Yes, in some sense 'the cloud' improves the effectiveness of your antivirus program. A novel way of interaction is now possible between your antivirus program and the servers of the antivirus company. But this communication between your program and their servers could turn into a real problem for the privacy of the data on your computer.

The question therefore is: which is more important? Do you consider a little improvement in your antivirus database more important than the potential loss of important data?

Imagine Windows Defender could send some important and confidential files or applications to their servers and then their analysts would read or even use these files.

And yes, Windows Defender, does have that particular feature. If the program encounters an unknown program during its regular scan, it asks the user permission to send it to the servers of Microsoft for further analysis. At first glance, this feature seems harmless enough, but 'the cloud' is not a safe place to be in. It is prone to malware itself, because if Windows Defender can access your file, any malware can use the same method. If your computer got some important files we really recommend you to apply the following steps to fix this issue. Windows Defender is certainly not the only antivirus program that uses such methods. Most modern antivirus programs send samples to their servers for further analysis. We shall not detail all of them in this article but we recommend you to search in the settings of your antivirus software for something like 'Cloud Scanning', 'Submit Samples', etc. and disable these settings immediately.