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  1. Online Banking 2013 Testing

    Few, more direct links to online systems of Slovenian banks... http://online.volksbank.si/ https://netstik.sparkasse.si/ https://www.bankain.si/BIN/vstopna.seam https://elba.gbkr.si/link_vstop/ https://dheb.delavska-hranilnica.si/fizicne/tb.vstop https://epoti.abanka.si/abanet https://bankanet.nkbm.si/bnk/index.jsp http://www.skb.net/ https://klik.nlb.si/
  2. Credit titles - AGAIN

    if by some chance i am allowed to have the pleasure... saso (Saso Badovinac)
  3. Online Banking 2013 Testing

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lists_of_banks i guess the problem is that quite a lot of banks have their online systems on a different domain then their main site or even have several different online systems on different domains...
  4. Online Banking 2013 Testing

    Here is a list of Slovenian banks... Abanka Vipa d.d. http://www.abanka.si/ Banka Celje d.d. http://www.banka-celje.si/ Banka Koper d.d. http://www.banka-koper.si/ Banka Sparkasse d.d http://www.sparkasse.si/ Banka Volksbank d.d. http://www.volksbank.si/ Bawag banka d.d. http://www.bawag.si/ BKS Bank AG http://www.bksbank.si/ Delavska hranilnica d.d. http://www.delavska-hranilnica.si/ Deželna banka Slovenije d.d. http://www.dbs.si/ Factor banka d.d. http://www.factorb.si/ Gorenjska banka d.d. http://www.gbkr.si/ Hranilnica in posojilnica Vipava d.d. http://www.hranilnica-vipava.si/ Hranilnica Lon d.d. http://www.lon.si/ Hypo Alpe-Adria-Bank d.d. http://www.hypo-alpe-adria.si/ KD Banka d.d. http://www.kdb.si/ Nova Kreditna banka Maribor d.d. http://www.nkbm.si/ Nova Ljubljanska banka d.d. http://www.nlb.si/ Poštna banka Slovenije d.d. http://www.pbs.si/ Probanka d.d. http://www.probanka.si/ Raiffeisen Banka d.d. http://www.raiffeisen.si/ SID - Slovenska izvozna in razvojna banka d.d. http://www.sid.si/ SKB banka d.d. http://www.skb.si/ UniCredit Banka Slovenija d.d. http://www.unicreditbank.si/ Zveza bank, registrirana zadruga z omejenim jamstvom http://www.zvezabank.at/
  5. dump file is created at the moment you dump the memory, so i would guess you should do it at the moment you start to experience the problem...
  6. Hot-fix .g

    Are there any plans for service pack builds (ala 12.0.1.xxx) or are for version 2012 planed only patches?
  7. Not just that it runs well on 64bit, all of the core stuff is actually already native 64bit (the setup file includes both 32 and 64bit versions)... So your question should be when will it be 100% native 64bit (because some parts like the gui are not)... Then please answer this question first: What for? What would it change, what would it make better? It would probably make absolutely no difference except make the setup file still a bit bigger (no need to argue that the setup file could be split for 32 and 64bit versions, since I understand this, but don't see it as really relevant in this topic...).
  8. Build

    Wouldn't it make sense to make this forum visible to all, now that version 2012 is final?
  9. KIS/KAV 2012

    I thought I should probably write a bit more on this, because I wish it would not be overseen or to say it different, I would wish the right persons (product managers) would have a look at it Now I could write a long post, describing it in more details, giving more examples of its usability and integration with existing technologies, show examples of other existing tools other then the above MANDIANT Memoryze... But let me make this a short post and just say that IMHO this is an important new technology that is already used and being further developed in the past few years in some of the high end tools and an technology that I personally see as "the next step" on the list of other "big" technologies that Kaspersky and its beta users have in the past successfully work together to make it real for all KAV users... In my view this list would be: behavioral monitoring (PDM), emulator heuristics, anti-rootkit, cloud reputation, sandboxing, live memory analysis ----------------- Here is a nice post on this technology from the developer of another respected tool in this category (HBGary Responder), that has recently also released a free version of their tool... http://fasthorizon.blogspot.com/2011/05/br...cal-memory.html And since we have now already mentioned two of the tools (MANDIANT Memoryze and HBGary Responder) lets also mention the two other well known, Volatility and MoonSols ------------------------------ With this post I would like to try to encourage users, specially those with a bit of a spark for technology and testing things for them self... Memory analysis is a powerful technology that lets one do in deep forensics of the physical memory, its objects, their properties and the relations between them. Things like processes, network connections, handles, hooks, rootkits, drivers, open files, registry keys, strings, and more, can be retrieved from the memory and analyzed... Below are few links to recent articles showing some of the possibilities and techniques using this technology. All of the articles are based on the great and open Volatility, which is a command line memory forensics tool, so all those that prefer to work with GUI and click around instead of writing commands might prefer to try this with HBGary Responder or MANDIANT Redline, but what ever you chose I do encourage you to try and test it for yourself. For those playing around with this for the first time I would probably suggest to take the memory image form one computer and analyze it on another one, this should help you to better understand what is going on and understand why this technology is powerful and important in fighting malware. http://www.h-online.com/security/features/...AM-1339479.html http://p4r4n0id.com/?p=821 http://malwarereversing.wordpress.com/2011...0-plugin-vscan/ edit: merge three ot posts, bump topic back down, and close.
  10. KIS/KAV 2012

    I would like to see the technology that is behind the tools like the MANDIANT Memoryze to be incorporated in KAV in one way or another (as a more automatic behind the scene thing that is going on during a "basic user" scan OR as a more advance interactive thing, maybe standing by the side of the current AVZ)...
  11. KIS/KAV 2011 CF2 patch a

    I am in Malawi this time, working with different projects, so unfortunately I am not able to do the beta testing, but I trust you that both of this bugs (with Chrome and OpenOffice.org) are now fixed. I will retest and verify when I can...
  12. KIS/KAV 2011 CF2 patch a

    I guess this is the same bug that I have also report... Any news on the very similar bug happening with OpenOffice.org (crashing on exit)?
  13. This report is just after a quick test... Google Chrome and OpenOffice are still crashing every time on closing them (system is XP sp3). I think it would be important to have this fixed in the final patch b. http://forum.kaspersky.com/index.php?showt...t&p=1432993
  14. Since installing KAV (a), Google Chrome and OpenOffice are crashing every time on closing them. If KAV protection is paused, crashing stops (system is XP sp3). http://forum.kaspersky.com/index.php?showt...t&p=1429086
  15. Release KIS/KAV2011 CF1

    Can someone please confirm this bug with crashing Google Chrome and OpenOffice ? 103062