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  3. Wookiee

    question about immunet

    Right now, there is no 'set date' at the moment. The Devs are working on the next version, and are working pretty hard. I can discuss with them what they plan on adding into the release, and if there will be a hard set date in the near future. Though, as of right now- It seems open-ended with a hard set date. When everything is tested out, and looks good- will probably be when it is released.
  4. sign_in34

    question about immunet

    Do we know when the next version of Immunet is going to come out? Do we know what changes or anything of that sort will be added into it ?
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  6. Wookiee

    Upgraded Forums / announcements

    Hey Richie, I can look into it- though- I am not sure off the top of my head. a lot of changes happened. Nothing has been deleted from the upgrade. (unless it was spam, or whatever), at least that I am aware of. Though, the number might differ from articles vs posts.
  7. ritchie58

    Upgraded Forums / announcements

    Wow! Definitely some major changes Tom! I have to admit I do like the new theme except for the way user's avatars are displayed. Cool new avatar for you though btw! My avatar is only partially displayed due to the circular configuration. Is there a way to revert back to the rectangular avatar config? No "major biggie" but it does kinda bum me out my avatar is only partially visible now. Something else I've noticed, the total posts I've made is incorrect unless some have been deleted. If that's the case I'd like some clarification on that as to why.
  8. Hey everybody ! As you might be able to tell, we have upgraded the forums a little bit. We were informed of an issue with the reCAPTCHA, and decided to upgrade a bunch of stuff. IF you have any issues with the upgrade, or anything regarding the site, let me know by responding to this post and I will try to address it as quickly as possible. Please save this for the site only, if you have Immunet issues, post in the normal sections of the forum. We apologize for any inconvenience the upgrade, or downtime took. We appreciate your patience. Other announcements: We are no longer going to be accepting emails from the Immunet Support mailer (support@immunet.com). All SUPPORT related help will be on the forums which we will continue to assist, monitor and troubleshoot. Thank you, Tom McCourt
  9. Twitter announced yesterday that they discovered a serious bug that saved users passwords without encryption to an internal log. Although Twitter says they have since fixed the bug and no data was hacked or misused as far as there investigation has revealed thus far. Twitter reiterated today that this bug was not a security breech by an outside source. The company uses an encryption algorithm to protect user passwords which shows random characters in place of the actual passwords (also called Hashing). But the detected & fixed bug stored the passwords in their original plain-text form to an "internal log" which could have been accessed by company personal. When asked how many user passwords may have been affected Twitter declined to answer. However some, as yet unsubstantiated, outside sources claim that the extensive log may have contained well over 350 million user's passwords worldwide. As a security precaution Twitter is strongly urging all users to change their passwords via a pop-up window on the site that explains the nature of the bug and links to their Settings page (see image). If you used the same password for any other service or web site Twitter is highly recommending you also change those passwords as an additional precaution. Although it's "never a good idea" to use the same password for different sites! I think most people know that "common sense security measure already!" Best wishes, Ritchie... P.S. - In retrospect I think it's "quite commendable" of Twitter to notify it's users of the bug even though it could have been a much simpler matter of just fixing the anomaly and sweeping it under the rug, they could have done that. I bet this was done to be as transparent as possible when it comes to it's user's privacy/security in light of the ongoing Facebook/Cambridge Analytica drama still unfolding.
  10. Wookiee

    Immunet On Windows Server 2012

    The dev team are still working on a fix, and will release it when available
  11. Hi Dallal, I watched some, but not all of it and like you, I was not impressed either. I would have liked more in-depth questioning about how Facebook is going to keep Russian trolls & other entities from meddling in our democratic election process through malicious accounts spreading fake news or targeting unsuspecting users like Cambridge Analytica did.
  12. Did anyone watch the testimony? Zuckerberg got off so easy. I was very disappointed. I was hoping someone like Trey Gowdy would grill him a bit.
  13. Hi caprinod, as you also unfortunately have found out, there seems to be an on-going issue with Server 2012 R2 & Immunet. However the devs are aware of the situation and are working on it. Regards, Ritchie...
  14. caprinod

    Immunet On Windows Server 2012

    Hello, Same error here. Any updates to share??? thanks
  15. Hi! I have the exact same issue, the service cannot be started.. Some times I receive this error: Windows could not start the Immunet 6.0.8 service on Local Computer. Error 1067: The process terminated unexpectedly. and some times the service starts for 1 second only. On windows server 2012 R2. But on other server, 2008R2 like your post, it's working just fine. What can we do? thanks!!
  16. There definitely seems to be a recurrent theme of issues with Server 2012 R2 and Immunet being reported of late.
  17. And I still have this issue...despite having done the clean install yet again. I've never had automatic scans work at all. Additionally, now, I go to look and it regularly says that it's never been scanned.
  18. I also noticed when I start the service - it looks like its working but if you go into the properties it shows stopped. https://ibb.co/ifPUHH https://ibb.co/dTQVPx
  19. Yup - installed it as admin and even right clicked on the file and said run as admin.
  20. Did you install the software as an admin ?
  21. Brand new install on Server 2008 R2. Wanted to see what this software was like. Tried to do a Full Scan but it said the services were not on. Went to services and saw that even though it was set to automatic start they were not started. Tried starting the service and it said it started, all looked good but then when you click off the service and go back to it, it shows that it was stopped again and when you try to start it a second time it says that the service cannot be started for a local account. So not sure what to do to be able to give this a try. Should I change the user account for the service to see if it will do the trick? Thanks.
  22. Wookiee

    "last Updated" Date Display

    I will pass it on to the dev team to see if they can't pull from system time /timezone. Thanks for the feedback!
  23. comprev

    "last Updated" Date Display

    I'm running Immunet v6.0.8.16038 on Win 2012R2. On the main Immunet screen is a heading that says "Last Updated." The date/time shown here appears to be UTC time, not the system's selected localization time. For example, when I updated at 5:02 PM CDT today, last updated showed that I did this at 10:02 PM. CDT is UTC - 5. I can see the advantage of running equipment on UTC time, especially in an environment that has equipment in several time zones. However, if I was doing that, I would have my computer's localization set to UTC also. So, Immunet should pick up the localization time zone and display accordingly or, at least, have an option to choose which time to display.
  24. ritchie58

    Service Not Starting

    Thanks for the clarification on Server 2016 Wookiee. ComeAndSee, may I suggest you send Wookiee a Personal Message regarding your Server 2012 issue. Click on the link provided and that will take you to Wookiee's profile page. Then click on the Send me a message tab located to the right. http://support.immunet.com/index.php?/user/46674-wookiee/ Something you can do right now though is make sure that no other software you have installed is blocking or interfering with sfc.exe, like your firewall, another AV, behavioral blocker, sand-boxing or other security software, etc... Best wishes, Ritchie...
  25. ComeAndSee

    Service Not Starting

    Same problem. Server 2012. Faulting application name: sfc.exe, version: 6.0.5.10636, time stamp: 0x5a173580 Faulting module name: ntdll.dll, version: 6.3.9600.18946, time stamp: 0x5a9a3a38 Exception code: 0xc0000005 Fault offset: 0x000000000003de0e Faulting process id: 0xd70 Faulting application start time: 0x01d3cdd52946a73f Faulting application path: C:\Program Files\Immunet\6.0.8\sfc.exe Faulting module path: C:\Windows\SYSTEM32\ntdll.dll Report Id: 677b1ca4-39c8-11e8-80cd-00163c7b0d04 Faulting package full name: Faulting package-relative application ID:
  26. Wookiee

    Service Not Starting

    technically 2016 is not supported because it hasn't been officially tested for 6.0.8 (though it will probably be supported in the next version, i'll have to check on that). I messaged the user to run some powershell commands, to see what happens- so I can SEE if I can get it up and running. Though, it might be useful to try on another OS as well.
  27. I hear ya P36L4! I never wanted anything more to do with the social-media scene after I deleted my Facebook profile years ago.
  28. That's why I never joined any social media forums - it's just a mind/opinion manipulator for some big players in the game. Bullsh*t artistry first degree!
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