I've got 188.8.131.5274 installed on my Win10proX64-1607 test system.
I've been running Cisco's MBR write filer (MBRFilter.sys) since January and I was concerned about that during Immunet install. No problem(s) I can detect.
No issues to report so far running alongside...
Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit "Beta" 184.108.40.206
AppCheck Pro 220.127.116.11
Defender in Periodic Scanning mode.
Immunet Protect Tray Clinet (iptray.exe) and Immunet Protect (sfc.exe) are the running processes.
Saw curl running, too.
sfc.exe occasionally hits an amazonaws server, so I'm thinking that handles the cloud services. A bunch of ClamAV, Cisco AMP and, of course, Immunet stuff runs under sfc.
The clam cvd and cld files are present and up to date. I see FRESHCLAM.EXE and FRESHCLAMWRAP.EXE running occasionally but haven't yet determined the triggers.
• Updates check??
I find immunetselfprotect.sys, immunetprotect.sys, and ImmunetNetworkMonitor.sys in System. And dut.dll and dcm.dll in explorer.exe.
Not having complete recollection of previous Immunet versions, I believe the Morphisec stuff is new:
ExPrevDriver.sys in System (ntoskrnl.exe).
ExPrevApi.dll in sfc.exe.
• Is this the new Advanced Threat Prevention engine noted in the new release announcement?
So far, Protector32.dll is running in teamviewer.exe but no where else. And Protector64.dll is no where.
09/14 EDIT: In 6.0.2 - Protector32.dll is in System. Per post #5 below, 64 bit not yet supported.
• What determines ProtectorXX.dll injection?
The Tetra engine is has been associated with Bitdefender in Immunet: Bitdefender's scan.dll is running under sfc.exe.
The ubiquitous Plugins folder is devoid of the expected 900+ sigs/defs; without bdcore.dll, etc. there is no need for 'em.
09/14 EDIT: In post #6 I've queried about the function of scan.dll under sfc in that the Tetra engine is not provided.
FWIW there are 6.0 threads over at Wilders and Malware Tips. Having been, with few exceptions, overrun by trolls and clueless posers, I deleted my accounts late last year.
Did I miss anything?
Cheers. And THANKS!