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#1 Guest_Orlando_*

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Posted 29 January 2011 - 07:58 PM

All,

We have recently relased Immunet Protect Removal Tool 1.0.3.00 which remove completely the famous Antivirus Cloud-Based Immunet Protect.
We know about it was incompatibility with some Antivirus Installer (a list of incompatible software you could find here: http://support.immun...hp?articleId=20 ). It is also true that Immunet Protect is compatible with most security software (another list about is this: http://support.immun...php?articleId=4 ).

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Instructions:

1- Uninstall Immunet Protect normally (with its uninstaller), if there are some problem (or appare into the screen some error about the uninstallation) with the normal uninstallation process pass to the 3° step;
2- At the two questions choose "yes" in both;
---computer is restarting---

Uninstallation in Safe Mode (recommended):
3a- Press f8 key when computer is starting (more informations here: http://www.computerh...sues/chsafe.htm )
4a- Choose "Safe Mode";
5a- Download Immunet Protect Removal Tool 1.0.3.00;
6a- Run it and in the end computer restart automatically with a notice in 60 seconds.

or

Uninstallation in Normal Mode:
3b- Leave to restart computer normally;
4b- Download Immunet Protect Removal Tool 1.0.3.00;
5b- Run it and in the end computer restart automatically with a notice in 60 seconds.

Program:

Features:
1- End Processes;
2- End Services;
3- Delete Files;
4- Delete Keys;
5- Restart in 60 seconds.

Versions of Immunet Protect you can remove:
1- Immunet Protect 2.0.17.31
2- Immunet Protect 3.0 (not tested)
3- Immunet Protect 3.1 (not tested)

Best Regards,
Orlando & Etms51
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#2 Alfred

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Posted 29 January 2011 - 11:08 PM

Thanks guys! We really should have the uninstaller modified to completely remove the product appropriately. The cases where it fails are awkward for users. I really appreciate you building this third party tool to make up the deficiency for us. I commit to having this built native for 4.0. Our 3.0 version will ship February 15, 4.0 will start right after that.

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#3 Guest_Orlando_*

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Posted 30 January 2011 - 08:10 AM

I have read your email (dos applications are ugly) so I'm working on something in VB about a removal tool (I don't know if we need with the version 3)... in the future (if there are some bugs, as restart the service) I have an idea about an "Immunet Fix Tool" (it's just an idea for the moment).

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#4 WacoJohn

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Posted 24 April 2011 - 04:35 AM

Sooo ... does 3.0 need the removal tool? It is not clear (to me) within this thread.

Removal tool is for "1- Immunet Protect 2.0.17.31 (the last)"

"I commit to having this built native for 4.0. Our 3.0 version will ship February 15, 4.0 will start right after that." says (to me) will be native for 4.0.
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#5 Guest_Orlando_*

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Posted 24 April 2011 - 06:20 AM

Hi,

Sorry, now I'll update the thread. I haven't tested this tool on Immunet 3, but this not need a removal tool, it's an adjunction.
But Immunet 3 is based mainly on Immunet 2 so the removal tool should work.

Orlando

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Posted 03 May 2011 - 04:12 PM

I haven't tested this tool on Immunet 3


Has the removal tool been tested on Immunet 3 yet? Is it suitable?

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Posted 03 May 2011 - 04:20 PM

Has the removal tool been tested on Immunet 3 yet? Is it suitable?


Not yet, but it should work.

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Posted 23 August 2011 - 03:15 AM

Dear heppy!
As a SPAMMER you will be banned for life from this Forum!
Bye for ever!
sweidre

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#9 arch3r

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Posted 02 December 2011 - 08:36 PM

I made an account specially to warn you guys.

I downloaded this from the link. AVG found a "Trojan horse BackDoor.Generic13.AANN" within the download. Moved it to virus vault.

Not entirely sure what this means, but I'm not downloading anything from this guy anymore.

#10 ritchie58

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Posted 03 December 2011 - 06:39 AM

I could understand your apprehension when AVG flagged the removal tool as malicious. However I can assure you that this is a "false positive" and that the tool does not contain any malicious code. Did you run into a problem with uninstalling Immunet arch3r?

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#11 Guest_OrlandoP_*

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Posted 03 December 2011 - 12:36 PM

I made an account specially to warn you guys.

I downloaded this from the link. AVG found a "Trojan horse BackDoor.Generic13.AANN" within the download. Moved it to virus vault.

Not entirely sure what this means, but I'm not downloading anything from this guy anymore.


I have made it personally and I can say that it is totally safe. I have already informed all the firms that detect it, but nobody answered me. They ignored me, so I only can tell all to put it into the exclusions.

You can see also that the VT community said that it is safe: http://www.virustota...cebf-1322915550 but a lot of firms untrust it. In any way there isn't problem with the Heuristic of products, but the definition is the problem because after the first detect (as Backdoor, this is unbelivable) of one AV, others detected it without any verifications.

Another point that want you to trust it is that Bitdefender find it as malware but the TETRA (Bitdefender definitions) engine of Immunet says that this is safe, so it is trusted by Immunet team.

Orlando

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Posted 24 February 2017 - 05:52 AM

Hello, the link is broken. I think there should be an updated guide on how to install Immunet.



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Posted 24 February 2017 - 09:13 AM

You would have been better off starting a new topic in the "Ideas" section instead of posting a new thread to an old topic. Also, I deleted your duplicate thread. Please refrain from posting duplicate data.


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#14 paecommercial

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Posted 24 February 2017 - 11:27 AM

You would have been better off starting a new topic in the "Ideas" section instead of posting a new thread to an old topic. Also, I deleted your duplicate thread. Please refrain from posting duplicate data.

just that my bitdefender and immunet having some conflicts together and i cant find an easy-go-to solution for this uninstall.  :(



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Posted 25 February 2017 - 01:02 AM

Under these circumstances it definitely would have been better if you had posted a new topic in the Support (Issues/Defects) section. That being said, if you're having issues with Immunet's built in uninstaller have you tried a good third-party uninstaller like Revo Uninstaller? http://www.revounins...e_download.html Also, here is a link to a Support topic that has some good info on how to best use Revo Uninstaller. http://support.immun...stuck-in-limbo/
 

Other users have reported install/uninstall issues with the 5.0 build so you are not alone encountering this bug. I have reported this bug a while ago but haven't heard any official response concerning this issue. Rather frustrating!

 

Regards, Ritchie...


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