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  1. May also want to work with web and security admins and have all admin passwords reset since these were passed unencrypted and could be used to hack.
  2. Use the icon in top right corner... Received a warning that the login box was not secure... Possibly since https isnt in url. Please check that https is forced. The link via smartphone android chrome is not secure. http://support.immunet.com/index.php?app=core&module=global&section=login May also need to confirm that sha1 is disabled along with ssl 1-3 and tls 1 and 1.1 if not already and any weak ciphers.
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    Immunet 5.0.2 High Cpu Usage

    Awesome I will help test when I get some free time. I notcied its worse on newer laptops... By chance when Immunet is installed isnit crawling the machine for days thinking everything is new? Anywho... Will provide better feedback in near feature. Thanks!
  4. oroechimaru

    Immunet 5.0.2 High Cpu Usage

    SFC.exe has the same issues in Windows 10 starting late 2016, possibly due to a Windows update? https://www.hardocp.com/news/2017/06/06/kaspersky_accuses_microsoft_deleting_its_antivirus This occurs on a new windows 10 laptop (from December 2016), My older Win10 laptop and my Windows 10 XEON desktop (4ghz!). Each use 10-75% cpu and often a high amount of ram even when idle.... especially in the first 30 minutes after booting up. The only thing that helped the first laptop in question was to disable clamAV, the cloud AVs integrated in immunet and to add windows defender to the exception list. Is there any logs we could provide to help with this? Many of us love immunet but v5 has been slow for the last 7 months or so. On a 4th laptop it made the device 100% unusable (again new christmas laptop)... after uninstalling Immunet the system was fine upon reboot. The pc was completely unusable due to the SFC process in windows 10 x64. Windows Defender remains enabled in each case... most AV I believe have a mechanism to disable it... possibly this is a key conflict? It is difficult to tell/test.
  5. Immunet rocks! Thank you. I am a Windows 10 x64 user. More transparency on what is being scanned (what is using 5-15% cpu) ... my cpu is now idle and it stopped after a couple reboots. I recently updated Windows 10 to the new pre-release version which it may be scanning updated files. build into a toast popup the ability to whitelist or contain items that are stuck with scanning allow gaming mode to suspend background scans if it does not already block/delete/contains primarily happens with downloading apps with macros etc... instead of auto deleting and often without a popup/alert ... always post a toast popup message with the ability to contain, delete, whitelist upgrade the whitelist option for files/folders" add to exclusion list. Initially I would hit ok and not realize if you do not click add afterwards it did not commit. ability to save settings, whitelists to a cloud account if we want for backup allow export of settings so we can help kids learn what folders to whitelist for gaming (blizzard/battlenet/steam etc) is there an antimalware plugin available? any zeroday exploit plugins for browsers? is clamav needed? it is confusing if immunet is using cpu or clam av or if clamav helps immunet be more effective. any studies/explanations on benefits of clam av on/off? cloud submit files for whitelisting or cloud submit files that are known malware for further analysis (once blocked allow upload if feature does not exist already) whitelist adwcleaner and other populare antimalware tools any cpu optimizations possible? the immunet service in windows 10x64 often causes sfc.exe to idle at 5-10% cpu usage. Possibly increase memory/ram usage to offset cpu usage? is immunet rescanning files ? possibly create a local db hash recognition of each scanned file, timestamp created/modified, hash etc. then once scanned (full scan or over time scan) have it flag the db with a last scanned date... then periodically re-scan these files less similar to a differential backup (focus on new content) . this would allow immunet to idle better if it is not background scanning. have cloud syncing of global white lists with some algorithm for review. Possibly this whitelist method would be less blanketing than an exclusion... such as whitelisted by specific version, hash etc. however it could be prone to pollution in which malware creators work to get their apps whitelisted before exposing it to the public for utilization. is their a registry av / malware scanner? update the immunet background of the app to the new red theme which rocks. anyway to capture which files are being deleted from multiple downloads? often the download files that are deleted will not have a matching name to the final download that was planned. other scanner options hidden files dlls, drivers, services, smart windows folder scanning, user profile scanning, popular spots (an ultra fast scan users can scan daily)... a. pup removal from adwcleaner (hanvt had it since immunet)... immunet may be doing a good job already is there a root kit scanner? is one even needed? when computer is active (ms office, gaming , browsing) allow less random background scans (this may be true already)... then allow scanning when idle for x amount of time (not watching a movie)... when the cpu for the system is less <3% for 30min etc. immunet may already handle this great just wanted to write it out in case not. Alot of these features I believe exist in some form since immunet is really 4+ antiviruses or so in one... immunet, clam av, two cloud services etc. Thank you for this project!
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