Comments on: Changing how people see the malware threat: images can make a difference News, Views, and Insight from the ESET Security Community Mon, 03 Feb 2014 08:49:00 +0000 hourly 1 By: Jim Bartel Wed, 14 Mar 2012 11:07:16 +0000 Stephen,
Your Malware Incorporated presentation was most helpful as part of our local awareness campaign. Thank you very much for your efforts.

By: David Harley Tue, 13 Mar 2012 08:55:38 +0000 The link wasn’t “censored”: links are automatically removed in comments as an anti-comment-spam measure. As for the Comodo test suite, I don’t speak for ESET’s developers, but I don’t regard leak tests as a useful metric: they’re rather like simulated malware, in that they try to extrapolate effectiveness at countering a real threat using an artificial, non-threatening quasi-attack. They tell you nothing about a firewall’s effectiveness at its primary job, which is keeping threats outside the perimeter in the first place.

By: O.61803398874 Mon, 12 Mar 2012 02:13:52 +0000 i43.tinypic(dot)com/2dkyf6x.png <— Screen shot
The above link was censored, so I try again to provide the picture to show the Comodo Firewall Test Result.

By: O.61803398874 Mon, 12 Mar 2012 02:11:10 +0000 Question, has Eset tested their firewall in EESS or ESSBE using the Comodo Firewall Test Suite, because they claim Eset Smart Security v4 got a score of 150 out of 340 leaks! Meaning, 50% of the time the firewall wasn't preventing leaks. ; <— Screen shot showing the results of their test.

So why isn't Eset Firewall blocking those exploits? Am I going to be safe to use Eset Firewall?

By: Don Nendell, Review Editor Blue Chips Magazine Sat, 10 Mar 2012 03:14:16 +0000 Stephen, please let me know when you update the slides (Malware Incorparated) with narration. I am presently including a reference to your slides in my monthly Security-Related Report (#26), to be published in the online March issue of Blue Chips Magazine (it will be up online approximately March 14th; unfortunately, I have no control over that function of the magazine).
FYI I put this disclaimer at the beginning of each of these articles:
1. “If you are reading this Report/Review from directly off of an Internet search, you could very well be seeing it in HTML (or text) format. Yuk! There’s No Graphics there! To see all the beautiful Graphics in this Report/Review, the ones that we’ve worked so very hard to entertain you with – you will need to follow the procedures outlined in 2 below. Enjoy! Again, our web page is: (”
2. “See the actual Reports/Reviews in the Blue Chips Magazine (BCM) Archives (i.e., begin search on left-hand side of web page) at: ( Note. Always choose the top option, i.e., PDF format for its beauty.”
Stephen, speaking for all of us out here in "never-never land," thank you for your dedicated service to the security of anyone who plies the Internet, and most especially for making the slides (and narration) freely available to us all. Keep up the great work!
Donald Nendell, Review Editor Blue Chips Magazine

By: Carolyn Fri, 09 Mar 2012 18:17:42 +0000 Please let me know when you hace the video with narration.