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UltraViewer is no longer being mistakenly detected as Trojan by BitDefender

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jasson - 2/13/2017 7:24:49 PM

Dear UltraViewer Team

Great to hear that trust is being built up, slowly slowly, which isn't something that happens over night.
There is one thing that would improve trust by order of magnitude and that's a tech blog post about end to end encryption of data exchanged between two end points.
Of course, that only makes sense IF UltraViewer does implement end to end encryption.

As it stands now, I'm still reluctant to use your tool, since I can't be sure that some admin observing your servers can get himself access to running or even past sessions if there a logs being written.

Hmm, another good point about trust and building up more; are there any connection logs or any other type of logs being written and retained?

After all I do really miss a blog post or even better a white paper explaining the security aspects indepth. If you're able to convince renown security / privacy experts to trust you and your software, your downloads and prospect paying customers will sky rocket.

Here in Central Europe, the importance of privacy has increased tremendously over the past few years.
Trust is given either when being totally transparent (aka 100% Open Source) or by having renown and respected experts aboard that trust your cause. Of course, being able to provide both is by far the best position to achieve.

Keep up the great work but please don't forget that there are not only tech issues that need to be solved.

Cheers jasson

Mark Dotson - 5/24/2018 12:47:07 PM

Alas, your current count in VIrusTotal identifications as being classified as malware has risen to 6/66, about 10%.....


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