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#9684 Minor Issue

Posted by Zurchiboy on 09 April 2013 - 02:59 AM

When I try too enable Clam sig. I will hit apply, and when I close. It will turn off the setting. this is only noticed with Clam and Blocking mode, The rest of the settings I can change.
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#9841 Immunet Tests Done By Winsevenholic

Posted by Zurchiboy on 30 May 2013 - 03:36 AM



This supports my opinion that Immunet does use high ram. Needs to be toned down in my opinion. it is 43 mb. which is not bad but hight for a simple program like immunet. Though He said it did a good job in other areas.
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#9585 Internet Explorer 10 Now Avaliable To Win 7 Users

Posted by ritchie58 on 28 February 2013 - 11:01 PM

Microsoft has decided to include Windows 7 users the use of their new browser, Internet Explorer 10, which was only avaliable for the Windows 8 Operating System until now.

Here's what Seth Rosenblatt, senior editor for CNET, had to say:
The update brings enormous changes to the browser, and mostly for the better. Internet Explorer 10 is not only faster and more stable than the current IE for Windows 7, version 9, it's also far more standards-compliant.
"Gone are the days when developers aspire to build for the lowest common denominator. The way the Web becomes like an application is when you take advantage of the latest hardware. We've stopped the era of trying to maximize for aggregate browser share," Ryan Gavin, general manager for Internet Explorer at Microsoft, said in a phone conversation with CNET last week.
Basically, what Gavin is saying is that hardware advances have made much of the modern Web possible, but he also acknowledged the role of Web developers. "One of the things that we hear from developers is that the depth and support across IE 10 means less time testing and more time developing," he said.
So, Windows 7 gets the new IE10 Chakra and Javascript engines; the Touch API innovations that help drive the browser on Windows 8; the security measures built into IE10 -- at least, the ones that are not dependent on Windows 8; location bar autocomplete; and an on-by-default Do Not Track header.
The standards that IE 10 adheres to are nothing to sneeze at. Microsoft claims that its labs have found the new version of the browser to be 20 percent faster on Windows 7 than IE 9, and it supports a veritable alphabet soup of HTML5 and CSS3 improvements -- 60 percent more standards-compliant than IE 9, says Microsoft. These include CSS Text Shadow; CSS 3D Transforms; CSS3 Transitions and Animations; CSS3 Gradient; SVG Filter Effects; HTML5 Forms; input controls; validation; Web sockets; HTML5 Sandboxing; Web workers; HTML5 App Cache; File Reader API; and HTML5 Drag-drop, among other backend improvements.
In short, modern HTML5 sites that run smoothly in IE 10 on Windows 8, or the latest browsers from Chrome and Firefox, will now work properly in IE 10 on Windows 7.

There were few interface changes from IE 9 to IE 10 on Windows 8 desktop, which is the version that Windows 7 users will see.(Credit: Microsoft)
IE 10 for Windows 7 also comes with support for Pointer Events, which may seem strange to some. Pointer Events allow developers to write Web sites and register elements on the Web page to be responsive to multiple simultaneous interactions -- to respond to touch. Even though there are very few Windows 7 computers that shipped with touch screens, Gavin said that this was an important improvement to ship in the Windows 7 version of IE 10. "It's more about getting the developer to not having to do anything special to support the mouse on Windows 7 devices," he said.
Gavin and Rob Mauceri, Internet Explorer's group program manager who was also on the phone, both agreed that touch interaction would drive browser innovation for some time. "Four or five months ago, nobody was talking about touching the web," said Mauceri. "But now you've got new devices like the Pixel where others are following our lead."
Gavin was optimistic about the workplace adoption of IE 10 on Windows 7. "We're in a really good spot with enterprises, where we've been able to offer the latest version of our browser in a relatively short time frame," he said.
However, that's unlikely to be as cut-and-dried as Microsoft would like, even with Microsoft's best-in-class enterprise management tools. Browser adoption momentum indicates that businesses will continue gravitating away from IE, since IE 10 is only available on Windows 7 and Windows 8. The highest version of Internet Explorer that will work on Windows Vista is IE 9, while Windows XP users won't be able to graduate past IE 8.
One thing businesses won't have to worry about is whether Internet Explorer will adopt the six-week, rapid-release cycle of Chrome and Firefox. "We put less emphasis on release schedule and more emphasis on innovation. [Our] release schedule is a by-product of when that innovation is ready to go to market," said Mauceri.
There's little doubt that Internet Explorer 10 is the first version of IE in some time to ship with a fighting chance of being compared favorably to its competition. Being on Windows 7 is a massive boon to IE 10, but its inability to work on older operating systems that its competitors can comfortably perform on will hamstring it until those systems have significantly lower market share.
Correction, 11:03 a.m. PT: This story originally misspelled Rob Mauceri's last name.

You can download the bootstrapper installer from Microsoft at this link: http://windows.micro...rer/download-ie

Cheers, Ritchie...
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#9778 Can't Enable Clam Av

Posted by xonz on 05 May 2013 - 12:16 PM

Hi there,
For some reason I am able to enable the clamAV engine. I turn the option ON and click apply, byt after closing and re-opening the settings window the option is back to off.
Already re-installed the program deleting all my local files, but no avail.
Any idea on how to solve this?
I am using Immunet 3.0.8.9025
Win Vista SP2 32bits Ultimate

Regards
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#1127 General Rules.

Posted by Pedersen on 09 August 2010 - 07:09 PM

1: Users are not allowed to have more than one account at the time.

2: Users are not allowed to use proxy.

3: In case of rule violation, you can also use the built-in Report button to notice the Immunet team that there is a topic/post/user that violated the posting rules. Please, do not misuse this option.

4: Limited your signature so it wont be too big, Admin/Mods may ask you to limit it or in some case remove it totally.

5: The use of images or text containing the words "Moderator", "Administrator" or "Admin" in the signature is forbidden.

6: Please use unique avatars.

7: Use of signatures with external links may be removed without any notice.

8: Post new topics in the correct sections. If you post the question in the correct section, you have a higher chance of getting a correct answer for your problems.

9: Bumps/Topic advertisments or any other attempts to make a topic more visible without adding any new or relevant information will NOT be tolerated and the post will be DELETED.

10: Off topic replies will be deleted. Repeated posting of off topic replies will lead to an warning.

11: Keep text color, fonts and letter casing within a normal and pleasant range.

12: Before opening a new topic, we strongly suggest that you use the SEARCH button, to be sure that the problem was not already discussed.

13: Do not ask the same thing on more sections of the forum. Do not post the same topic more than once.

14: Please be patient – there are a lot of issues on the forum and we are doing the best we can to answer them all. It may take several days to answer.

15: We do not allow people to post threads that advertise. Topics of this type will be automatically DELETED.


Please notice that "How To Behave" may consist some of the rules mentioned. "How To Behave" is custom made for all forums and should be followed as much as this.

Best Regards:
Pedersen
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#1114 How To Behave

Posted by Pedersen on 09 August 2010 - 05:25 PM

1. Be kind, We are here to help and if you respect others they will respect you as well.
2. No native or inappropriate language. Keep the posts clear and informative.
3. No naughty pictures, spam, pranks.
4. Please dont post links directly to malwares, use private message feature instead to Millard, Alfred or Pedersen. They will take care of it.
5. Use this forum to discuss anything not related to the other sections. Please keep the conversation about Immunet and leave out "off topic" messages.
6. Follow the rules above and have fun.
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#9858 Would Like To Buy 10 Oem Keys At A Time?

Posted by Wakeupkid on 14 June 2013 - 02:16 AM

Can i buy 10 OEM keys at a time? And what would the cost be?

I have a computer repair shop, and would like to sell this antivirus in my shop.

Thanks,

Joseph F. Valenti
Valenti's Computer Repair
4515 North Branch Street
Wabeno,Wisconsin 54566
715-473-4247
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#9719 Immunet Forums Ranks.

Posted by Zurchiboy on 21 April 2013 - 04:01 PM

I know I am an advanced member. I know that there is new member, member, advanced member. what are the higher ranks.
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#8123 Which Antivirus Works Better With Immunet

Posted by Gilbert on 07 March 2012 - 11:18 PM

My specs are these.

windows 7
2Gb ram
Microsoft essential
Comodo firewall security free
Malwarebytes free
Spyware terminator free
spyware guard
Mrublaster
winpetrol free

i want to know which antivirus is better for me, as i am getting virus and new forms of intrusions just every other other day.. pls help..
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#9850 Memory Tests On Free Avs

Posted by Zurchiboy on 04 June 2013 - 01:39 AM

immunet got 40 mb when working and 29 mb when idle

http://www.raymond.c...m-memory-usage/

Attached File  antivirus-memory-results-idle.png   19.38KB   7 downloads
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#9799 Browser Extension Hijacking Facebook Profiles

Posted by ritchie58 on 13 May 2013 - 06:20 PM

We have received reports about a wave of malicious browser extensions trying to hijack Facebook profiles. This threat was first discovered in Brazil. We detect it as Trojan:JS/Febipos.A. The malware is a malicious browser extension specifically targeting Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.
When installed, it attempts to update itself using the following URLs:
Chrome browser:
du-pont.info/updates/<removed>/BL-chromebrasil.crx
Mozilla Firefox browser:
du-pont.info/updates/<removed>/BL-mozillabrasil.xpi
Note: Updated versions of this threat have been verified and are still detected as Trojan:JS/Febipos.A.
To begin with, this Trojan monitors a user to see if they are currently logged-in to Facebook. It then attempts to get a configuration file from the website <removed>.info/sqlvarbr.php. The file includes a list of commands of what the browser extension will do.
Depending on the file, this malware can do any of the following in the Facebook profile of an infected system:
  • Like a page
  • Share
  • Post
  • Join a group
  • Invite friends to a group
  • Chat to friends
  • Comment on a post
At the time of writing this blog, we have also seen the following behavior.
The configuration file contains a command to post the following message in Facebook:
  • GAROTA DE 15 ANOS VÃTIMA DE BULLYING COMETE SUICÃDIO APÓS MOSTRAR OS SEIOS NO FACEBOOK
    Vìdeo no link abaixo:<Currently unavailable link>
It is written in Portuguese and here’s an English translation:
  • 15 YEAR-OLD VICTIM OF BULLYING COMMITS SUICIDE AFTER SHOWING HER BREASTS ON FACEBOOK.
    Video on the link below: <Currently unavailable link>
The above URL is unavailable and already blocked by Facebook.
We also found this threat tries to "like" and "comment" on a Facebook page:

Posted Image
It also attempts to comment on a post from this Facebook page with one of the following messages, written in Portuguese:
  • Tenha um Celta 0km pagando R$13,00 por dia!!
    English translation: Get a brand new Celta paying R$13 per day!!
  • Concurso valendo um Vale-Compras de R$1000,00!
    English translation: R$1000-voucher contest!
Note: This message may vary depending on the configuration file.As we can see on the Facebook page, there’s a link that has been shared with about 165 comments and 167 likes. There is a possibility that these people are infected with Trojan:JS/Febipos.A.
This trojan may also send out the following message via chat, posts or comments:
  • Desculpa ai galera, mas isso eh um absurdo!!!
    English translation: Sorry guys, but this is ridiculous!!!
  • Sonzinho sensação do momento. Muito show!!
    English translation: The coolest tune at the moment. It’s really nice!
  • Léo Max e Renan - Rebolada de Gama (Clipe Oficial)
    English translation: <song title> (Official Clip)
  • Eu, não tenho carro do ano, não tenho grana sobrando, mas chego junto e...♫♫
    English translation: I don’t have a new car, I don’t have spare cash, but I get really close...
It may also post links on Facebook profiles. For example, the posted link from the Facebook page in the image above redirects to a website that sells cars.
At the time this blog was written, there were more users “liking” and “commenting” on the Facebook page that this malware uses – so there’s a possibility that there are more people continuing to be infected.
The number of “likes” for this page grew as we analyzed this malware. When we began analysis the page statistics looked like this:
  • Facebook page likes: 2,746
  • Facebook shared link likes: 167
  • Number of comments: 165
After several hours this had risen to:
  • Facebook page likes: 3,177
  • Facebook shared link likes: 201
  • Number of comments: 183
All of the information above is what we found at the time of our analysis. There may be more to this threat because it can change its messages, URLs, Facebook pages and other activity at any time. In any case, we recommend you always keep your security products updated with the latest definitions to help avoid infection.
Jonathan San Jose
MMPC

Here is a related article from CNET: http://news.cnet.com...=e757&ttag=e757
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#9730 Phone Scammers Call The Wrong Guy, Get Mad & Trash His Pc

Posted by ritchie58 on 23 April 2013 - 11:00 PM

Have you ever received a call from someone with a heavy Indian accent from Microsoft saying your computer had errors or viruses? The purpose of these calls is to get an easy $299 (or whatever amount they choose) by scaring you into thinking there’s something really wrong with your computer and that they can fix it for you.
These telephony scams have been going on for many years and scammers keep robbing innocent people sadly because their success ratio is still worth their time and effort. It happens that I got ‘the call’ while minding my own business on a regular work day. I immediately recognized what this was all about and decided to play the game to see how far this would go.
The caller’s number did not appear on my phone, a sign that they were using some Voice over IP (VoIP) or such technology that both completely hides their identity and costs them nothing for long distance calls.
This scam is a well-oiled machine which starts off with the alleged Microsoft representative asking you to turn on your computer to perform some checks for errors. They essentially make you open different applications which aren’t typically known by regular users.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=FDJWixw4TCI

About the author:
Jerome Segura is a Senior Security Researcher at Malwarebytes with experience in both client and server side malware and a focus on web exploits research. He has built high interaction honey-clients to capture drive-by download attacks and has performed hundreds of web server remediations for infected WordPress and Joomla! websites.
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#9493 Samples Analysis Issues

Posted by ryuusei on 29 January 2013 - 11:03 AM

I recently put a large number of samples compressed into the ZIP file submitted to immunet do analysis.
I found a few things I would like to not understand 1. Immunet can be detected containing a large number of samples ZIP file.
2. Decompress containing a large number of samples ZIP file, immunet can not be detected.
For example
10 samples were compressed into a zip file, and named 123, 123 zip file submitted immunet ,immunet detected 123 zip file as a virus, but the 123 zip file inside the 10 samples decompress ,use immunet to go scan ,immunet judged clean.

In addition, the problem if you do not fit in the version of the district to discuss, please forgive me, because I do not know where to put the problem.
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#9971 Immunet Died ?

Posted by spywar on 25 June 2013 - 09:14 PM

Hi,

What is going on with the development of Immunet ? Is a version 4.0 planned for a possible BETA ?

spywar
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#9852 Logging In And/or Out

Posted by jaygilchrist on 09 June 2013 - 04:19 PM

A quick and easy (I hope) question from a new semi-literate user. Being prone to Halfs-heimers and not always remembering what I have and haven't done, is it advisable to stay logged into Immunet or to log out at some point, then back in at some point?
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#9714 New Scam Email I Recieved

Posted by ritchie58 on 21 April 2013 - 08:51 AM

Hi all, I just recieved this scam email in my spam folder. Actually I recieved a very similar if not the exact same email last year. It's amazing the lengths that criminals will go to scam an unsuspecting, greedy or just plain stupid individual out of their hard earned money. As most people would never fall for this that's the type of person this email is looking to prey upon. Note that the email does not address me by name, the typographical & syntax errors and other things that make it an obvious attempt at conning people. Gee, what a surprise it came from Nigeria! And to think I'm already a billionare since I've already won the Nigerian lottery several times over, lol! On a more seroius note: "NEVER" respond to an email like this even if it's just to tell them to f@&% off as that will tell them that your email address is an active address and you will start to recieve more mail like this in your inbox. Just delete it. As the old saying goes, if it's too good to be true it usually is. Read on if you care to get a good laugh!

Federal Bureau of Investigation . (FBI)
Anti-Terrorist And Monitory Crime Division.
Federal Bureau Of Investigation.
J.Edgar.Hoover Building Washington Dc
Customers Service Hours / Monday To Saturday
Office Hours Monday to Saturday:




Dear Beneficiary,





Series of meetings have been held over the past 7 months with the secretary general of the United Nations Organization. This ended 3 days ago. It is obvious that you have not received your fund which is to the tune of $2.5 Million USD due to past corrupt Governmental Officials who almost held the fund to themselves for their selfish reason and some individuals who have taken advantage of your fund all in an attempt to swindle your fund which has led to so many losses from your end and unnecessary delay in the receipt of your fund.


The National Central Bureau of Interpol enhanced by the United Nations and Federal Bureau of Investigation have successfully passed a mandate to the current president of Nigeria his Excellency President Good luck Jonathan to boost the exercise of clearing all foreign debts owed to you and other individuals and organizations who have been found not to have receive their Contract Sum, Lottery/Gambling, Inheritance and the likes. Now how would you like to receive your payment? Because we have two method of payment which is by Check or by ATM card?


ATM Card: We will be issuing you a custom pin based ATM card which you will use to withdraw up to $3,000 per day from any ATM machine that has the Master Card Logo on it and the card have to be renewed in 4 years time which is 2017. Also with the ATM card you will be able to transfer your funds to your local bank account. The ATM card comes with a handbook or manual to enlighten you about how to use it. Even if you do not have a bank account.


Check: To be deposited in your bank for it to be cleared within three working days. Your payment would be sent to you via any of your preferred option and would be mailed to you via FedEx. Because we have signed a contract with FedEx Express which should expire by the end of this month, you will only need to pay $312 instead of $585 saving you $273 So if you pay before the end of this month you save $273 Take note that anyone asking you for some kind of money above the usual fee is definitely a fraudsters and you will have to stop communication with every other person if you have been in contact with any. Also remember that all you will ever have to spend is $312.00 nothing more! Nothing less! And we guarantee the receipt of your fund to be successfully delivered to you within the next 48hours after the receipt of payment has been confirmed.


Note: Everything has been taken care of by the Federal Government of Nigeria, The United Nation and also the FBI and including taxes, custom paper and clearance duty so all you will ever need to pay is $312.


DO NOT SEND MONEY TO ANYONE UNTIL YOU READ THIS: The actual fees for shipping your ATM card is $585 but because FedEx have temporarily discontinued the C.O.D which gives you the chance to pay when package is delivered for international shipping We had to sign contract with them for bulk shipping which makes the fees reduce from the actual fee of $585 to $312 nothing more and no hidden fees of any sort!


To effect the release of your fund valued at $2.5Million USD you are advised to contact me, as i am the correspondent in Africa the delivery officer with the information below,

Name: Barrister John Thomas
Email: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX (omitted for obvious reasons by me)

You are advised to contact him with the information?'s as stated below:

Your full Name..
Your Address:..............
Home/Cell Phone:..............
Preferred Payment Method (ATM / Cashier Check)


Upon receipt of payment the delivery officer will ensure that your package is sent within 48 working hours. Because we are so sure of everything we are giving you a 100% money back guarantee if you do not receive payment/package within the next 48hours after you have made the payment for shipping we the Federal Bureau of Investigation(FBI) will get your funds refund back to you with immediate effect



Yours sincerely,


NICHOLAS STORY
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20535
TELEPHONE: (253) 214-6097
FAX: (202) 666-5283

Note: Do disregard any email you get from any impostors or offices claiming to be in possession of your ATM CARD, you are hereby advice only to be in contact with Barrister Greg Johnson of the ATM CARD CENTRE who is the rightful person to deal with in regards to your ATM CARD PAYMENT and forward any emails you get from impostors to this office so we could act upon and commence investigation.
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#9865 Wrong Clock Time On Scans

Posted by Papataci on 18 June 2013 - 05:28 AM

I am a new user of Immunet and I have noticed that the system puts the wrong time on the scans, 1 hour ahead of the actual time kept by Windows XP3. Could not find a way to correct this. Any suggestions?? Thanks
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#9795 Symantec Declares On-Demand Antivirus Tests "misleading"

Posted by Zurchiboy on 12 May 2013 - 02:13 PM

Read this article on PC mag that symantec declares AV-comparatives ondemand tests misleading. I find it somewhat true becuase they scored lower than microsoft, But I also wondering if they claim that just because of the score.

Here is a URL to the story:
http://securitywatch...ests-misleading
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#8072 Mse Detecting Files In Clamav/temp As Pameseg

Posted by strat on 01 March 2012 - 05:40 PM

Hi folks,

This isn't exactly a report of a false positive in Immunet, but I wasn't sure where else to post it. I've received two notices of detections by Microsoft Security Essentials within Immunet's directory tree in the past few weeks.


These were detected as Win32/Pameseg.BJfile:C:\Program Files\Immunet Protect\clamav\temp\clamtmp\00000002.tmp

file:C:\Program Files\Immunet Protect\clamav\temp\clamtmp\clamav-61bb09a9436883b8fdfacfc58d101edb


and

These were detected as Win32/Pameseg.AL
file:C:\Program Files\Immunet Protect\clamav\temp\clamtmp\0000001e.tmp

file:C:\Program Files\Immunet Protect\clamav\temp\clamtmp\00000020.tmp

file:C:\Program Files\Immunet Protect\clamav\temp\clamtmp\clamav-5f2b34ccc7821c0e18e68e43f030e656

file:C:\Program Files\Immunet Protect\clamav\temp\clamtmp\clamav-90dd4c3cf3607a7f705ffaa9a9eb2126



What is the clamac/temp/clamtmp directory used for? Signature updates?



Thanks,

Bob Stratton
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#10092 Significance Of Files Appearing Listed In History

Posted by Papataci on 01 July 2013 - 12:32 AM

There is a whole list of files that show when I open History. What is the significance of them? are they potential threats? should they be deleted? risks of crashing something? Selecting any of them a window appears giving further details on them like what program created them, etc. Interesting information but I don't know what to do with it if anything needs to be done. :huh:
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