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  3. ritchie58

    0 people protected

    Certainly glad to see this minor bug get squashed Wookiee (pun intended, lol)! Way to go guys!
  4. ritchie58

    Auto Update

    Wookiee is correct. As long as you have an internet connection, the ClamAV module and updates for it enabled in Settings Immunet will pull down new defs automatically to the module without any user input. This usually occurs just a few minutes after Immunet has successfully launched after start-up. Of course you can still update manually. That's something I like to do immediately after Immunet has launched just to make sure I have the newest defs installed before I do anything else with my computer.
  5. Wookiee

    0 people protected

    Welcome! Let me know if you have anymore issues.
  6. Wookiee

    Auto Update

    I believe it should auto update if the computer is on, if not- then you will need to manually launch it.
  7. blackhawk

    Auto Update

    Is there a setting I am missing to look for update files automatically when I start up my PC. I try to remember to click on the Update Now everytime I startup the computer Thank You
  8. blackhawk

    0 people protected

    Thank You it's all fixed up
  9. Wookiee

    Cannot update

    Is there a reason you stay on XP? WIndows XP is end of life, and honestly, it's not the best to stay on an operating system that isn't going to be updated anymore. You should consider an upgrade. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windowsforbusiness/end-of-xp-support
  10. Larry Godwin

    Cannot update

    Thanks, everyone, for your input. Clam AV is the only product that works on my antiquated XP with the slow processor but a scan took 11.96 hours! Malwarebytes works fine but doesn't detect infected files. I've checked for XP support or tried Panda, Sophos, Avira, Kaspersky, McAfee, FortiClient, Bit Defender, Zone Alarm, Bit Defender, Adaware, Comodo, and Amiti - no luck.
  11. Your cloud stats should be fixed for 6.0.8 and 6.2 users. You should no longer see '0 people protected' or any variation of that. If you have questions, let me know.
  12. Wookiee

    Immunet 6.2.0.10768 Errors

    I'll look into it ZomBunny, thanks
  13. Sorry, it's just a API call that isn't working that pulls the stats. It's just a sentence, that isn't pulling that stats correctly. It doesn't affect anything
  14. Ok. Good to know. Thanks. I’m not sure though what’s meant by “print statement” since I was referring to a problem with Cloud Stats. Sorry if I’m being obtuse.
  15. The print statement is simply a print statement. It does NOT affect the protection.
  16. I have the same problem on Win 10 64 bit up-to-date. 0 users, 0 threats in Cloud stats. Only difference I'm last update 4/12/2023. After looking around this thread and others, I'm still not sure if I'm protected or not.
  17. ritchie58

    Cannot update

    Here's another app you may want to use Larry, Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit. Although Anti-Exploit has been incorporated into the Premium (paid) version of MB you can still use the newest 1.12 separate version. Best of all it's compatible with XP & it's free! The free version of A-E will help protect your browser of choice (one of the most common attack vectors) plus many commonly used applications such as file readers and media players. There's also a Premium (paid) version where you can add your own shields to protect just about any other app you can think of! It's not an AV in the traditional sense but will work along-side it providing additional exploit protection. As with Panda it is also stingy on system resources. Personally I think the Panda & Anti-Exploit combo would give you some really great coverage! BTW, I helped alpha/beta test A-E for several years and I still use it myself to this day. In fact I would "highly recommend" to anyone still running an XP machine to install this software! http://downloads.malwarebytes.org/file/mbae Cheers, Ritchie...
  18. ritchie58

    Cannot update

    Hey Larry, here is a link to an on-line article you may find informative. It lists a number of AV's that are still compatible with XP. I know that Panda Free AV (now called Panda Dome) has a rather light system footprint that just might work with you specs. Like Immunet it automatically updates it's malware definition signature files without additional input from the user and will provide great protection for your XP machine. https://windowsreport.com/antivirus-windows-xp-service-pack-3/
  19. Wookiee

    Cannot update

    I would use ClamAV probably. though, it still might choke the processor on large scans
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  21. Larry Godwin

    Cannot update

    Dear Wookiee and Ritchie, Actually, after checking my notes, I find I misspoke. Please see this link: https://www.quora.com/What-happened-to-Baidu-Antivirus-Is-it-really-discontinued The person who wrote this in July 2017 didn't mention "two years" but did say it has no longer been supported "for some time." I'm looking for a free antivirus that supports (1) Windows XP and (2) my slow processor, AMD 3000+. I don't have an Athlon 64 processor, which is what Avast! and AVG free require. It appears Amiti Antivirus might be a contender for me; it requires CPU: Pentium 3 or later. Do you know anything about this program? Thank you both your interest and concern. Best wishes, Larry
  22. ritchie58

    0 people protected

    Hello blackhawk, I've seen this happen before but the devs are usually quick to fix this minor bug on the server side of things. I can also assure you that it won't affect the protection that Immunet provides.
  23. ritchie58

    Cannot update

    I definitely agree Wookiee! What's the point of still offering an AV that is in essence so out-dated as to be practically useless. I normally don't put down other vendors products for ethical reasons but if this AV hasn't been maintained for 2 years then why is it still being offered for download then. "To me that's totally crazy too!!"
  24. Wookiee

    Cannot update

    Hey Larry! Not maintaining an antivirus software seems silly. I don't know why they didn't maintain it. We, at Immunet and ClamAV update it often. As far as speeds go, ClamWin is our engine but not maintained by us. ClamAV is maintained by us as well.
  25. Wookiee

    0 people protected

    It's just a bug, no one is not protected. This doesn't change the way Immunet works, or it's detection
  26. blackhawk

    0 people protected

    Hello after installing the upgrade to V6 when immunet restarted the cloud stats are not showing anymore. Now it shows from 0 threats and 0 people protected ??
  27. Larry Godwin

    Cannot update

    Hi, Ritchie, Thank you again for your quick reply and sound advice. I found out today the company that puts out Baidu Antivirus has not maintained it for two years! I'm going to install ClamWin on the XP machine, although its scans are notoriously slow, and will NOT engage in online banking or commerce. By the way, the XP computer is at home and my wife and I use it mainly for e-mail. We seldom get on the Internet. In my office I use Windows 7 and love it. Best wishes, Larry
  28. ritchie58

    Cannot update

    Hi Larry, to be perfectly honest I've never heard of the Baidu AV before! In order to see if the AV is compatible with XP might I suggest you contact their support staff. Don't be too surprised if this AV also no longer supports XP. I still believe that upgrading to Win 7 is you best option for security reasons. XP really is quite vulnerable even with a working anit-virus due to exploits that hackers can take advantage of. For now though I would suggest you "not do" any on-line banking, shoping or bill payments or anything that requires using a credit card or store any personal information you don't want compromised just to be on the safe side. Cheers, Ritchie...
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