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  2. John_3_16

    Proxy Settings

    I use Privoxy on my Win7 system. All web communications filters through it. Immunet does not detect it. But the updates work. I whitelist any software I trust that needs web access in my firewall. I think the firewall then directs the traffic through the proxy. All of my browsers, games & auto updaters work fine using this method. Just a thought on an aging post & problem.
  3. It is July 20, 2018. I suffer from the same issue. Scheduled scans do not run leading to orange danger warning on main panel. Manuel quick scan clears it up. Manuel scans are all that have ever worked for me. And, to be honest, I have zero faith in Cisco responding to this in any kind of a timely manner. I highly suspect the reported numbers of users is much smaller. A quick tour around the site here shows almost no activity. And by "responding" I MEAN FIXING/CORRECTING. NOT replying with chants, spells & black magic to try as a work around. I still don't trust this software. It is STRICTLY backup only. And there still is no way to edit the ever growing file history. I delete quarantined items after verification with other software and the red "X" changes to a green check but nothing changes with the file. There is a "Clean History" option that does nothing. The damned file is still there. I want to remove oldest entries (ALL OF THEM!) & keep the most recent ones. The only choices we have are to develop work arounds on our own. I run a manual full scan at the end of my day. Scheduled scans are relegated to my other software that works. Someday, I will hunt down the history file and use an editor to manually remove the crap collecting there. Seems the only REAL purpose for this "freeware" is to collect & build the malware database for the paid version. I am sure the reporting function works perfectly. Operating System Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit SP1 CPU Intel Pentium P6200 @ 2.13GHz 49 °C Arrandale 32nm Technology RAM 4.00GB Dual-Channel DDR3 @ 532MHz (7-7-7-20) Motherboard Acer Aspire 5733Z (CPU) Graphics Generic PnP Monitor (1366x768@60Hz) Intel HD Graphics (Acer Incorporated [ALI]) Storage 465GB Western Digital WDC WD5000BPVT-22HXZT1 (SATA) 35 °C 232GB Seagate External Drive USB Device (USB) Optical Drives HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GT32N Audio Realtek High Definition Audio
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  5. Wookiee

    AppXDeploymentExtensions.onecore.dll

    This was fixed with the signature.
  6. Wookiee

    AppXDeploymentExtensions.onecore.dll

    I would mark an exception in the settings for immunet for now, and I will see about finding out why Immunet is detecting this file as bad. When the exception is made, try to do the windows update again.
  7. amattson

    AppXDeploymentExtensions.onecore.dll

    Files have been removed. Looks like it was a windows update that was mistaken for a virus? Here are the three that were installed last night. But Hashing the file is not possible because it was removed either by a process or blocked by Immunet? And location/name of file. C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\Download\36a9e985ff06ff6fc1f5bf45ab2aa2ba\Package_for_RollupFix~~amd64~~17134.165.1.4\amd64_microsoft-windows-appx-deployment-server_31bf3856ad364e35_10.0.17134.137_none_43066d810cb0d411\AppXDeploymentExtensions.onecore.dll
  8. Wookiee

    AppXDeploymentExtensions.onecore.dll

    I don't know how large the file is, but you can attempt to send that too me also. Though, to pull a file hash- you will want to run powershell and run: Get-Filehash PATH_TO_FILE sha256 More information: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/module/microsoft.powershell.utility/get-filehash?view=powershell-6
  9. How do I find the hash of the file? Thanks
  10. Wookiee

    AppXDeploymentExtensions.onecore.dll

    Can you all send me the hash of the file in a message? I'll check it out
  11. amattson

    AppXDeploymentExtensions.onecore.dll

    Same issue here.
  12. Good morning, This morning all the Windows Based Machines (Windows 10 and Windows Server 2012 and Windows 2008 R2) in our office running Immunet Anti Virus have this message: AppXDeploymentExtensions.onecore.dll has been detected as W32.45D0D4390-100.SBX.TG Quarantine failed. Any suggestions as I am not finding anything on the web about this other than AppXDeploymentExtensions.onecore.dll is a Windows Dymanic link library???? Any help appreciated! Thanks
  13. ritchie58

    Happy 4th Everyone!

    I would just like to say if anyone else reads this and you love your wide screen HDTV make sure you have it plugged into a good voltage surge protector. The higher the joules rating for the protector the better so don't go out and buy the cheapest one you can find. I got one ordered to replace the one that didn't protect my tv. This one has a 920 joules rating, has got a life time guarantee and a $20,000 equipment replacement warranty. It costs about twice as much as a standard power strip but I think it will be worth it.
  14. Wookiee

    Happy 4th Everyone!

    Oh, we had a storm too! I did enjoy some suds myself I am sorry to hear about the tv, that would make me incredibly sad.
  15. ritchie58

    Happy 4th Everyone!

    Mmm, smoked brisket! That does sound good Tom! I did pretty much the same thing actually, had a few friends over, broke out the grill and cooked some burgers & dogs, sucked down some cold suds while jammin' out to some rock n' roll on the patio. It was a good time! Edit: Well, it was mostly a good time. A thunder storm rolled through so we had to take the party indoors for a while. Unfortunately, a close lighting strike fried my 50" HDTV and a HDMI splitter connected to it. Funny thing was they were both connected to a surge protector power strip when that happened and the power strip didn't even trip off. Those LED HDTV's are susceptible to damage by even the slightest power surges so I found out the hard way! I ordered a new tv & HDMI splitter online, paid extra for 2 day shipping, so they should be delivered here tomorrow hopefully. An extra expense this month I certainly wasn't anticipating plus that tv wasn't even a year old yet. Bummer! I'm just glad my computer didn't get fried too. We were streaming music videos to the tv at the time. The PC is connected to a different power strip plus I installed a new PSU a few months ago that (thankfully) also has built in over-voltage protection.
  16. Thank you, I will review.
  17. The_Highwayman

    Immunet 6.08 Cpu Utilization

    Hopefully these logs will help.
  18. The_Highwayman

    Immunet 6.08 Cpu Utilization

    Hi; Me Too ! I've sent a private message to 'Wookiee' with more information including logs. Rather to much information to publish them publicly, i'm afraid. meanwhile, here's a screenshot to wet your appetite....
  19. Wookiee

    Happy 4th Everyone!

    Fireworks were fun, smoked a brisket and relaxed.
  20. Wookiee

    help me

    It might be the Language set for Windows causing the issue for the notification box. As far as deleting, you should be able to select the files you want to delete, and hitting the delete button.- Are you not able to select multiple files?
  21. kaba116

    help me

    Sorry, my first visit to the Immunet community. Please give me more advice. Because I sent the theme to Immunet General Forum plate for a long time no one answered me, so I sent a post in Immunet Support for help. I was infected with the files when I was installing the software. I think it should be worm. Now it is basically cleared. I want to ask me the two questions before: 1. how can my system hint that the virus does not display display? 2., how can the virus files in the quarantine area be removed be Thank you!
  22. ritchie58

    help me

    Hi kaba116, I moved your topic from the General section to here as that's a better place for it. I also deleted your duplicate Chinese language posting in this section as this is a English language forum. Unfortunately it's a national holiday today so I doubt any support person will respond to your inquiries for a day or so. In the mean time can you tell us if those executable files had a supposedly legitimate purpose or were all those files created during a malicious installation?
  23. kaba116

    help me

    Hello! I would like to ask you two questions about Immunet antivirus, as shown in the figure: 1. how can my system hint that the virus does not display information? How can it be a blank window? 2. how can the virus files in the quarantine area be removed and selected once and for all? Thank you all The system I use is win7 32bit Enterprise Edition, Chinese language. How to fix or set two question?
  24. ritchie58

    Happy 4th Everyone!

    It has become a bit of a tradition to wish everyone well on major holidays so this 4th of July celebration is no exception! "I would like to wish the Immunet team, forum members and guests alike a safe and happy 4th of July as always!" I mentioned this last year but I think it's worth mentioning again, it's best to leave the pyrotechnics to the experts. Cheers, Ritchie...
  25. ritchie58

    False positive ransomware?

    Hello Hernan, I would concur that is a FP, and no you are not infected with ransomware. Believe me, if you were, you'd already know for sure! It appears that Immunet was attempting to quarantine Kaspersky's definition update for a EICAR ransomware test string. EICAR test strings are used to examine an AV's efficacy by using dummy malware signatures that do no harm. Some AV vendors white-list these test strings to avoid unnecessary False Positive reports by users who don't know what they downloaded and opened the test string's compressed folder (usually zip or rar) or don't know how to properly use the strings for testing. That's their logic anyway. One way to avoid conflicts with Immunet & your companion AV is to open the settings and add an exclusion for "Kaspersky's entire Program Files folder" with Immunet. Also do the same for Kaspersky, exclude Immunet's entire Program Files folder in it's settings. Doing this can go a long way to help avoid the situation you just encountered. Best Wishes, Ritchie... P. S. - I don't entirely agree with the reasoning behind AV vendors white-listing these test strings. That means a user can't actually test just how good their AV is themselves. Got something to hide maybe? With Immunet you can't even open & unpack EICAR compressed folders once they're downloaded because they have "already been quarantined" if you have Scan Archive Files & Scan Compressed Files enabled in Settings! Immunet is that good!
  26. I have installed kaspersky AV and Immunet is says the showed in the below picture. Am I infected with Ransomware.Eicar? How is it possible that I receiving such failed quarantine? Any help is welcome. Regards Hernan
  27. I'll send you a message on where to send the file
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