Security Software Analysis NSA Cyber Weapons Defense Tool

NSA Cyber Weapons Defense Tool 1.0 for Windows

by Qihu 360 Software Co. Limited

Avg. Rating 2.7 (6 votes)

File Details

File Size 132.3 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 7/8/10/Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 249
Publisher Qihu 360 Software Co. Limited
Homepage NSA Cyber Weapons Defense Tool

Publisher's Description

To protect users against the WannaCry Ransomware and other incoming cyber attacks, 360 Total Security has developed a NSA Cyber Weapons Defense Tool. This tool can assess if a computer is immune to exploits derived by NSA Cyber Weapons. When vulnerabilities are found, users can apply all the security updates necessary to defend against cyber attacks.

360's NSA Cyber Weapons Defense Tool is designed to run without Internet connection. Therefore, you can patch the vulnerabilities without worrying the potential infection through the Internet.

Latest Reviews

JTD121

JTD121 reviewed v1.0 on Jun 3, 2017

On a lark, solely because of the title, downloaded and installed this on a spare laptop.

Just to save you the trouble: DO NOT INSTALL THIS.

First, it's all in Chinese (Mandarin?), and I can't see a way to change the language to anything else. A lot of pop-up type applications that look like they might be useful, if I could read them. Several tray icons that don't seem to want you to deactivate/remove from operation.

Second, and because of the language barrier, I am unable to make sure I am successfully uninstall the programs.When trying to uninstall, there are *four* options presented, one of which is highlighted by default, along with cutesy little animations.

Running TRON script and ancillary tools manually, it's still not removed completely. Likely because this program suite is not classified as malware/spyware.

Assirius

Assirius reviewed v1.0 on Jun 3, 2017

This is chinese crap , certified by the comment of cyberdoc an average user of this great website.
135MB to check the nothing, to close ports that is a firewall job like the windows default one, in summary to check the nothing and useful only to send back info to chinese military.

Good stuff , but try it again...

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v1.0 on Jun 1, 2017

does what is says..... it is very easy .... the NSA is really an open port attack ... THIS is in English! no need to install just un-zip it.... it contains all the hot-fixes for all versions of windows... Assirius would not know a port from a hole in the ground.... Chinese military.... keep wearing the tinfoil.

johngalt

johngalt reviewed v1.0 on Jun 1, 2017

I'm not sure what Lord whatever is smoking, but perhaps he could re-read the description and / or provide a better review of the actual product instead of just giving a 1 star review without any reasons.

I am in the process of evaluating so I am currently giving it 3 stars until I know more about what this actually does, and how it does it.

-Lord-

-Lord- reviewed v1.0 on Jun 1, 2017

Gotta be wary of a tool that the NSA puts out... especially after they've been caught planting spy malware in certain places, and have, over the past few years, been found out to be hacking and spying on Americans for YEARS. Even the FISA courts ruled their activity to be illegal and egregious.

Avg. Rating 2.7 (6 votes)
Your Rating
JTD121

JTD121 reviewed v1.0 on Jun 3, 2017

On a lark, solely because of the title, downloaded and installed this on a spare laptop.

Just to save you the trouble: DO NOT INSTALL THIS.

First, it's all in Chinese (Mandarin?), and I can't see a way to change the language to anything else. A lot of pop-up type applications that look like they might be useful, if I could read them. Several tray icons that don't seem to want you to deactivate/remove from operation.

Second, and because of the language barrier, I am unable to make sure I am successfully uninstall the programs.When trying to uninstall, there are *four* options presented, one of which is highlighted by default, along with cutesy little animations.

Running TRON script and ancillary tools manually, it's still not removed completely. Likely because this program suite is not classified as malware/spyware.

Assirius

Assirius reviewed v1.0 on Jun 3, 2017

This is chinese crap , certified by the comment of cyberdoc an average user of this great website.
135MB to check the nothing, to close ports that is a firewall job like the windows default one, in summary to check the nothing and useful only to send back info to chinese military.

Good stuff , but try it again...

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v1.0 on Jun 1, 2017

does what is says..... it is very easy .... the NSA is really an open port attack ... THIS is in English! no need to install just un-zip it.... it contains all the hot-fixes for all versions of windows... Assirius would not know a port from a hole in the ground.... Chinese military.... keep wearing the tinfoil.

johngalt

johngalt reviewed v1.0 on Jun 1, 2017

I'm not sure what Lord whatever is smoking, but perhaps he could re-read the description and / or provide a better review of the actual product instead of just giving a 1 star review without any reasons.

I am in the process of evaluating so I am currently giving it 3 stars until I know more about what this actually does, and how it does it.

-Lord-

-Lord- reviewed v1.0 on Jun 1, 2017

Gotta be wary of a tool that the NSA puts out... especially after they've been caught planting spy malware in certain places, and have, over the past few years, been found out to be hacking and spying on Americans for YEARS. Even the FISA courts ruled their activity to be illegal and egregious.

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