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Visit metal. HTML 9. Original 9. After minification 7. After compression 2. Original After optimization Image optimization Image size optimization can help to speed up a website loading time. After minification After compression Network requests diagram metal. Show more. However, I still think its a legitimate question on why it cannot detect this file Perhaps no AVs can and the test is indeed moot.
Personally, the most intelligent comment I read The reason being that NoScript simply did not allow the tests to run. Sounds to me like many other "security" vendors I have run into that try to sell their own products to visitors who are already protected. Rule number one of the 10 immutable laws of security: If a bad guy can persuade you to run his program on your computer, it's not solely your computer anymore. Both replies are right on the money both are from Avast users.
So is this reply. Free avast! Bottom line is, for as long as so called "malware" is inside archive, it cannot do any harm. When you execute it inside archive, it has to first get extracted to disk. At which point, ANY antivirus will detect it. This isn't an excuse of any kind, it's just how things work. Like I've said, only time direct archive scanning matters at all are mail server scanning, because you want to catch as much as possible during transmission through the server without the need to actually unpack and run archive contents.
Much Thanks all to the excellent and prompt replies. I can safely disregard a pointless test item. Completely BS tests. I monitored traffic before my hardware firewall as well as after. Guess what How do they expect a av to test it if the password is not known?
Oh wait, ofcourse The av should brute force the password which can take many years and then test it. It is like saying "I have a present for you, you only have to get unpack it" while the present is laying in the safe at Fort Knox. Good luck trying to get in.
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