This update only concerns changed results: others ones remain the same.
-with Regtest 1: AntiHook is the winner.
-with Scoundrel Simulator: AntiHook detects the startup entry in the registry but failed against this test (1/5 only).
***Memory manipulation test:
-with UH: AntiHook is the winner: can prevent its own process from memory writing.
NB. AH can detect the same attack against another process but can't prevent it.
AntiHook is the winner against Memory manipulation test.
-service installation: AntiHook is the winner.
-unloading a driver: AntiHook is the winner.
AntiHook is the winner against driver/service manipulation.
After the test of AntiHook V2, Ivo Ivanov has send me an email where it was said that AntiHook will be improved in 2 months.
Taking into consideration users/consumers opinions is always appreciated.
In this case, so interesting improvements in a short period is really a great work:
-the self protection is more effective (memory writing protection),
-the registry feature is new and if AntiHook is not a specialized registry product, the monitored keys (run for instance) are quite enough to detect unauthorized malwares,
-the ability to detect kernel device-driver is really interesting against some advanced malwares (rootkits),
-alerts are more much more precise regarding the kind of attack,
-alerts graphic interface is also much more nice (colors),
-minor driver incompatibilities with others products (ProcessgGuard, System Safety Monitor etc) has been fixed: AnitiHook is currently highly compatible with any other security soft,
-antihooking features remain always very effective (integrated in a kernel low level with hooked modules): AntiHook is an interesting product for computers which can be used by trused and untrusted people (family PC, internet cafes etc).
Free softs which provide a high security level are rare, and AntiHook (with PrevX home/System Safety Monitor/AbtrusionProtector) is one of the most efficient.