[Added] HideAway - App-Request
Name of the app:
Version number displayed in the app:
App-Icon (in ICO format)
I can not upload icons, will post it later
- Same company like the application MailWasher that you already support
Here the information extracted from the EXE file:
File name and path: C:\Users\olive\AppData\Local\HideAway\HideAway.exe Product Name: HideAway Internal Name: HideAway Original Filename: HideAway.exe File Description: HideAway Company: Firetrust Limited Legal Copyright: Copyright (C) Firetrust.com Legal Trademarks: Comments: File Version String: 4.3.4 File Version: 184.108.40.206 Product Version String: 4.3.4 Product Version: 220.127.116.11
Firetrust HideAway is now detected by VulnDetect and the version number 18.104.22.168 is also correct.
Thank you for adding this!
HideAway s detected (internally), but no App-Icon is shown.
Here is the icon as PNG file:
I agree that HideAway is not generic and that it can be messed up with other products.
But here I have a solution that solves the problem: Display Product Name in Unique way.
I found an other issue with the vendor name:
- At MailWasher you display the Vendor Firetrust.
- At HideAway you display the Vendor Firetrust Limited.
I know that these information are stored in the EXE files (so Firetrust should change this).
But please display the vendor name in a unique way (it should be *Firetrust Limited).
@OLLI_S The difference is that MailWasher isn't a generic term, it seems to be a unique name, and it returns the correct result when you search for it.
If you search for HideAway you get pizzerias, restaurants, novels, and all kinds of stuff.
Again, we need to avoid ambiguity, thus I'd rather err on the side of having more details in the name.
I saw that you are working on it and that you detect Firetrust HideAway.
You should remove Firetrust and just display HideAway (like you do it on MailWasher).
And here is the app-icon: