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  2. I'm sorry to say I still haven't heard a word if this issue is being looked into yet guys. Your guess is as good as mine why no admin or dev has gotten involved with this new 503 error problem thus far.
  3. Also experiencing this issue as well.
  4. Still haven't received any word if this current issue is being looked into yet. The last time this 503 error started to occur I believe it had something to do with non-English language packs being used and a conflict with Immunet. I don't have a separate non-English language pack installed, just tried the updater and had no problem connecting to the server. With DeLi's screenshot it does appear that "thankfully" the error is not affecting cloud look-ups or updates for ClamAV as I mentioned before. So I don't think anyone's protection is being compromised. Since version was just recently rolled out I haven't heard of a new build being issued so, according my updater & to my knowledge, you're not being left out of anything at this time. Still, I wish users didn't have to deal with this annoyance twice!
  5. I do have the same error showing up on three pcs. Its still over there since the last version, I think so.
  6. Hi guys, I have tried to contact someone regarding this 503 server error but as of this writing I'm unfortunately still waiting for a reply. Don't know if everyone's on holiday vacation or what! I haven't received any help with the forum for a week now, that's becoming rather frustrating!
  7. Sorry to hear you're having settings issues zombunny. It's sounds like some of your .db history files may have become corrupted. When you uninstalled did you use the option of "not saving your previous settings" by clicking "NO" when prompted by the uninstaller? This option will delete all your previous settings by clearing the related .db files. If you haven't tried that I think it may be worth another uninstall & reinstall effort.
  8. Firefox has an add-on called "No-Script" that can be custom configured to block any unwanted web scripts including advertising, tracking and potentially malicious scripted objects. Wouldn't think of using Firefox without this very useful add-on! There's also a version of No-Script that can be used for Internet Explorer as well.
  9. I have just noticed another thing: The settings are forgotten if you run a scan. Steps to reproduce: 1. Change and apply settings. 2. Run a flash scan. 3. Return to settings dialog. Expected behaviour: my settings persist Actual behaviour: my settings forgotton; settings returned to default. Just to confirm everything is online (I can scan etc) and no error messages are appearing.
  10. I've tried a fresh install of Immunet twice now, with the same behaviour. The version I currently have installed is Machine is Windows 10 Pro x64. If I open the settings dialog, change the settings from default (for instance, ask on detection / blocking mode / scan inside archives / scan packed), and hit apply, the settings are not remembered after reboot (or after quitting and restarting the immunet tray icon, or restarting the immunet service). Expected behaviour: My settings persist until I change them Actual behaviour: Default settings return after restarting PC or Immunet tray client or Immunet service. Steps to reproduce: 1. Change and apply settings in the settings dialog. 2. Restart either IPtray, Immunet service(s), or PC. 3. Return to settings dialog and check settings.
  11. I am currently experiencing the same problem.
  12. Johnny

    Immunet Browser

    immunet should develop tools for web browser attacks, and advanced options to authenticate users and allow writing script to block traffic or control GPO for the local host.
  13. We had issues with users reporting these same 503 error messages not long ago. I'll contact the Admin. department & let 'em know this is occurring again with some users. I see you're still getting the daily malware definition updates for the ClamAV module which is a good thing! The server seems to be running into trouble looking to see if a new build is available for you. I don't think this error is actually affecting the amount of protection that Immunet provides with cloud look-ups and downloading new ClamAV definitions. Regards, Ritchie...
  14. Hi, how can I fix this error? You can help me?
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  16. Immunet is intended to be a companion AV, much like MalwareBytes is intended to be a companion antimalware. However, there is a slight problem that prevents this happening if you use Windows Defender as your main AV in Windows 10. That problem is Immunet's security-centre integration. In versions of Windows prior to 10, the security centre detected installed antimalware software, but did not automatically disable Microsoft Security Essentials/Defender when present. This caused problems with multiple installed AV programs running simultaneously. A user who installed a 3rd party AV had to manually disable/uninstall Microsoft's AV. As a result, Windows 10 now automatically disables Windows Defender if it detects a third party antimalware solution is installed. For the vast majority of cases, this is desirable to preserve system stability. For companion AV software such as Immunet, this is an annoyance. When you install Immunet, it integrates itself automatically in the Windows 10 security centre. This disables Windows Defender. This is undesirable, as Immunet is a companion AV, and if run alone, it has a lower detection rate, so the net result is a level of protection that is lower than the level provided by Windows Defender! In previous versions of Windows, it was possible to achieve great protection by running Windows Defender in parallel with Immunet. In Windows 10, one would need to install another 3rd party antivirus solution in order to run Immunet as a companion AV. In this case, Windows security centre warns the user that they should not be running two antivirus solutions in parallel! The way MalwareBytes solves this problem is to have an option for "security centre integration" in their settings dialog. That way, if the user wants to use MalwareBytes as the sole protection on the computer, they can enable the option. If they want to run it as a companion program, they can disable the option. So my suggestion is to add "security centre integration" to the list of toggle switches in Immunet's settings dialog.
  17. Hey roomy, haven't seen you post anything in a while! A very valid point though. Something else consumers have to deal with unfortunately. Phone scammers never seem to stop regardless of the time of year either! I got a robo-call today saying that my electric utility has been overcharging me for months and that a refund was due. The call went on saying, press one if you want to hear this message again or press two to speak to a representative. So I pressed two (I love wasting these scammers time!). A male with a heavy accent from India came on the line, apologized for the overcharges and said they could send me a check in the mail. He said that could take up to two weeks but if I gave him my bank savings or checking account info they could just deposit it into my account within a few business days. Yeah right! I said I bet your family is real proud of you that you turned out to be a criminal and hung up, lol! Of course I knew it was a bogus call since at no time did the caller actually mention the utility company by name. Plus the electric bill even isn't in my name although I do pay for the land-line phone service.
  18. Sorry to hear you're having difficulties uninstalling Immunet. What version of Immunet do you currently have installed? The new 7.0.2 build? You can easily find out what version you have installed by mousing over "About" in the lower right side corner of the UI. Also, what is your Operating System?
  19. I can't uninstall product. I have tried in safe mode as well. Keep getting same message. Uninstall unsuccessful Abort uninstall. Please help
  20. I have no idea what it can be. but I leave you the comparison of the two pc that I mentioned before it does not work works
  21. Thank you for reporting this juangnu, the screenshots were a great idea! Do you have an idea which Windows update is the culprit (KB?)? I will personally contact Administration right away regarding this. We do take any conflict with any Windows update very seriously! Regards, Ritchie...
  22. this version is the one with problems 1909 18363.476 with this version it doesn't fail 1903 18362.418
  23. So it seems. In all the Windows 10 computers that I have after an update, that seems to happen.
  24. This is a little off topic but I think it's just as important. Once you've made your on-line purchases and the goods are delivered to your front door or porch you run the risk of "Porch Pirates" stealing your stuff! I heard on the news the other night that this type of crime is on the rise too this year. Some ways to avoid being ripped off like this is get one of those motion activated door bell/intercom/video camera security systems, have the packages delivered to you work place address instead or just ask the delivery service to hold your packages until you can pick them up yourself if feasible.
  25. The Department of Homeland Security issued a rare public warning urging on-line shoppers to use a great deal of vigilance this holiday season! Black Friday's on-line sales was at a record high of about 4.1 billion dollars spent, I'm sure the bad guys have taken notice of this, and Cyber Monday is right around the corner too. Cyber crime always increases during the holiday season but there has been an "alarmingly noticeable increase" of reported incidents compared to last year. Here are some things you can do to protect yourself from becoming a victim of cyber crime. First of all it's not a bad idea to update your Antivirus software & run a malware scan of your Operating System drive before doing any holiday shopping. Then make sure your AV is kept up to date while doing your on-line shopping. If you have access to a Virtual Private Network (VPN) definitely use it whenever you do any on-line banking or shopping regardless of the time of year. When holiday shopping on-line make sure you don't end up on a bogus site that resembles the real thing. Fake websites are on the rise this year. Apple, Amazon, and Target are currently the most impersonated. Other big names in the same situation are Tiffany, Sony, Samsung, and Microsoft. Always look for the secure "HTTPS" URL header with the shopping site's Domain name. Almost all legitimate on-line retailers use these secure encryption protocols that protects your personal data that's being sent from your browser. Also look for Domain names for popular brands that have spelling errors or mistakes, even if using the HTTPS protocols or not (HTTP) these are not genuine. Consider using a major credit card for payment such as Visa or MasterCard, etc... instead of a bank debit card. If using a debit card your savings or checking account could be drained and, unless the criminals are actually caught, there's nothing much can be done about that. Most major credit card company's offer some form of reimbursement if it's discovered that you were a victim of scamming. Plus the big card company's have methods to detect & react to possible fraudulent use of your card number. Still check your card's account often for any unauthorized purchases and contact the card issuer right away if you suspect something is amiss. Another option would be to use PayPal or a similar secure web based payment service if the retailer accepts these types of payment methods. Email is also being used for phishing attempts, malware using attachments as an attack vector or to re-direct you to a malicious drive-by download site. Avoid opening any links or attachments that come from any unsolicited entity. Especially if it comes from a company or charity you never heard of or never done business with. Be very wary of so-called free giveaways, discounts or gift cards delivered to your in-box this holiday season. When in doubt, just delete them. Social media sites are also being targeted with possible malicious/phishing links offering such holiday themed giveaways, gift cards or discounts. So be wary of any links you click on while visiting social media sites as well. A little common sense can go a long way to keep you safe too. "If you see a bargain that seems too good to be true it probably is!" Best wishes, Ritchie...
  26. Hello juangnu, Did that 503 error start to occur after you installed a Windows 10 update? Is that correct?
  27. Same error 3 computer different network no firewall. inmunet windows Microsoft Windows 10 Pro VersiĆ³n 10.0.18363 compilaciĆ³n 18363 after windows update? 1)Status: Alive Version: 5.4.2019112800 Build Version: 1fb5a94213b79abbff08bd3ae11c86db0b1248c7 2) download file 3)download file
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