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  2. This certainly 'isn't the first time' there has been a conflict between Immunet & the Steam gaming app unfortunately! All the previous reports turned out to be a False Positive as I bet this detection is too. First try to see if you can use the Restore feature for the .exe from Immunet's Quarantine list. Then my advice at the moment would be for you to create a custom Exclusion rule for Steam's entire Program Files folder. If you need assistance on how to create an Exclusion rule with Immunet or attempt a restore for that .exe file let me know. I can give you detailed instructions. You can also report this as a False Positive at this link. https://www.immunet.com/false_positive Regards, Ritchie...
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  4. My Steam.exe gets flagged as treat. Is this a known issue? Anybody that got the same problem? Cant see what version of steam it is, but it should be one the lates one.
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  6. According to Just Add Pete, IntegerScaler will work with other newer Windows Operating Systems besides just Win 7.
  7. Apologies for double posting. I currently use IntegerScaler with Windows 10, should run fine on any version. :)
  8. A new forum member, Just Add Pete posted in the General section about an app called IntegerScaler that may help if you're still using Win 7. https://support.immunet.com/topic/17497-immunet-scaling-4k-work-around/ It's not known if this app will work with any newer OS's including Win 10 at the moment.
  9. Hey Just, I see with the link you provided for IntegerScaler that it only supports Windows 7. I guess that could be helpful if you're using this outdated, no longer Microsoft supported platform and using Immunet & a device using a 4k screen resolution. What about using this app with 8, 8.1 or Win 10? Will it work with these OS's as well do you know? P.S. - I deleted your exact duplicate post you made in the Support Issues/Defects section. It is against forum rules to post duplicate postings in different locations so keep that in mind in the future. I did, however, add a link to this topic in that section just in case any Immunet user is interested in trying the app.
  10. Integer Scaler (https://tanalin.com/en/projects/integer-scaler/) will allow you to upscale. Nothing to install, just downlopad the relevant .exe & run it. No system impact. Quicker & easier than changing the entire system res in order to click a few buttons in Immunet. Not perfect but much easier & works. Quick user guide: Select & run either x32 or x64 .exe for Integer Scaler Open Immunet Hit Al + F11 Carry on as normal...
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  12. i also wonder if it is a common issue or just me but i guess it should be since the cause is obvious for me and the partial workaround confirms that as i wrote i only use cloud engine always
  13. Sorry to hear that you had to delete that KB5005633 Extended Service Update for Immunet to adequately work. That is a less than ideal work-around for you. It really makes me wonder of other users that have a ESU agreement & got this update also encountered this bug with their installed AV software as well! It certainly wouldn't surprise me any if that were the case. Have you attempted to directly contact Microsoft about this issue? You might want to consider that. I was wondering if you were using the ClamAV module since that's where most of the reported conflicts occur with Immunet. If using just the cloud engines that normally does give you the lightest system footprint between Immunet & your OS.
  14. Immunet does have it's own False Positive reporting site here. https://www.immunet.com/false_positive It wouldn't be a bad idea to also submit your FP data at that link. Don't forget to mention that you already created this topic at this section of the forum in your FP report in case a dev would like to view it. I did some investigating and could find no evidence that LibreOffice is malicious in any way & it is legitimate software that's been around for years so I would concur it is a False Positive. After submitting your FP report but still wish to use the document program now might I suggest you create a custom Exclusion rule with Immunet for LibreOffice. Use this file path for the Exclusion. C:\Program Files\LibreOffice\program That should work but you may have to exclude the entire 7zip folder as well. Let me know if these exclusions don't work. If you're not sure how to create a custom Exclusion rule with Immunet feel free to add another thread to this topic & I can give you detailed instructions on how accomplish this.
  15. I am using Immunet on Windows 10 Pro 64-Bit 1904. I ran a full scan and it detected a lot of files from LibreOffice (Installed using Choco) supposedly being infected so I want to check if they're false positive. Here is a list of all detected files with their virus signatures. C:\Program Files\LibreOffice\program\gengal.exe: Win.Malware.Dqan-9897603-0 FOUND C:\Program Files\LibreOffice\program\minidump_upload.exe: Win.Malware.Dqan-9897603-0 FOUND C:\Program Files\LibreOffice\program\odbcconfig.exe: Win.Malware.Dqan-9897603-0 FOUND C:\Program Files\LibreOffice\program\opencltest.exe: Win.Malware.Dqan-9897603-0 FOUND C:\Program Files\LibreOffice\program\python.exe: Win.Malware.Dqan-9897603-0 FOUND C:\Program Files\LibreOffice\program\quickstart.exe: Win.Malware.Dqan-9897603-0 FOUND C:\Program Files\LibreOffice\program\regmerge.exe: Win.Malware.Dqan-9897603-0 FOUND C:\Program Files\LibreOffice\program\regview.exe: Win.Malware.Dqan-9897603-0 FOUND C:\Program Files\LibreOffice\program\sbase.exe: Win.Malware.Dqan-9897603-0 FOUND C:\Program Files\LibreOffice\program\scalc.exe: Win.Malware.Dqan-9897603-0 FOUND C:\Program Files\LibreOffice\program\sdraw.exe: Win.Malware.Dqan-9897603-0 FOUND C:\Program Files\LibreOffice\program\senddoc.exe: Win.Malware.Dqan-9897603-0 FOUND C:\Program Files\LibreOffice\program\simpress.exe: Win.Malware.Dqan-9897603-0 FOUND C:\Program Files\LibreOffice\program\smath.exe: Win.Malware.Dqan-9897603-0 FOUND C:\Program Files\LibreOffice\program\soffice.bin: Win.Malware.Dqan-9897603-0 FOUND C:\Program Files\LibreOffice\program\soffice.com: Win.Malware.Dqan-9897603-0 FOUND C:\Program Files\LibreOffice\program\soffice.exe: Win.Malware.Dqan-9897603-0 FOUND C:\Program Files\LibreOffice\program\soffice_safe.exe: Win.Malware.Dqan-9897603-0 FOUND C:\Program Files\LibreOffice\program\spsupp_helper.exe: Win.Malware.Dqan-9897603-0 FOUND C:\Program Files\LibreOffice\program\sweb.exe: Win.Malware.Dqan-9897603-0 FOUND C:\Program Files\LibreOffice\program\swriter.exe: Win.Malware.Dqan-9897603-0 FOUND C:\Program Files\LibreOffice\program\twain32shim.exe: Win.Malware.Dqan-9897603-0 FOUND C:\Program Files\LibreOffice\program\ui-previewer.exe: Win.Malware.Dqan-9897603-0 FOUND C:\Program Files\LibreOffice\program\uno.exe: Win.Malware.Dqan-9897603-0 FOUND C:\Program Files\LibreOffice\program\unoinfo.exe: Win.Malware.Dqan-9897603-0 FOUND C:\Program Files\LibreOffice\program\unopkg.bin: Win.Malware.Dqan-9897603-0 FOUND C:\Program Files\LibreOffice\program\unopkg.com: Win.Malware.Dqan-9897603-0 FOUND C:\Program Files\LibreOffice\program\unopkg.exe: Win.Malware.Dqan-9897603-0 FOUND C:\Program Files\LibreOffice\program\xpdfimport.exe: Win.Malware.Dqan-9897603-0 FOUND The files themselves are in a compressed 7z file attached here in this link. https://use03.thegood.cloud/s/2T4kyePX2JSQNHZ You will be prompted for a password to access it, which is in a text file attached to this post. Password.txt
  16. answering your questions yes it is the latest build 'Blocking Mode' & 'Monitor Program Start' are always disabled by me also clam av both options always disabled only cloud options enabled at the moment i have uninstalled september win7 kb update and using immunet av as usual
  17. There have been several forum members reporting that there exists a possible conflict between Server 2016, Excel & Immunet. More info can be found at this Support Issues/Defects topic. https://support.immunet.com/topic/16307-office-2016-files-dont-save-on-server-with-immunet-744/
  18. Hi Wejnuu, Sorry to hear that you're also encountering this issue. Paulo never got back to me so it's impossible to help someone if you don't hear back from them. As I suggested to Paulo check if any files associated with Excel have already been quarantined by Immunet & let me know the exact detection name(s) & file path(s). Something you & Paulo could also do to help investigate this issue is temporarily use Immunet's 'Verbose Tray Notifications' feature. With this setting enabled you will get a pop-up with all files Immunet interacts with. Then open Excel and see what files you observe associated with the program. If you do observe any Excel files the exact file paths may be of help to perhaps mitigate this issue by creating one or more custom Exclusion rules with Immunet. If you're interested in participating with this experiment here's how to enable the VTN feature. Open the UI -> click on the Settings tab -> scroll down to the Notification Settings tab & click on it -> turn on Verbose Tray Notifications. Be advised, with the VTN feature enabled you will get 'numerous' pop-up messages with Immunet, that is normal behavior. Anyone else reading this post 'do not turn on Verbose Tray Notifications unless instructed to do so' as it's a support/diagnostic tool only. Regards, Ritchie... P.S. - Just don't forget to turn off Verbose Tray Notifications afterwards.
  19. I have the exact same problem :S did anyone manage to solve it?
  20. Seeing that Immunet uses ClamAv, I always wonder if its possible to load unofficial signature databases into Immunet. But right now, I solely rely on ClamAv itself whenever I run a full scan of my computer so that I can be sure to detect any other infected files, with those signatures loaded. My unofficial signatures come from providers like URLHaus, Securite, Malware Patrol and Sanesecurity. If Immunet could have a feature to incorporate their databases, it would be a huge benefit for its users and the community.
  21. Like Qin mentioned it is a good idea to first check to see if you have the newest version of Immunet installed. Just mouse over the word 'About' in the lower right corner of the UI to find out which build you currently have installed. If you're not using the newest build you can download the latest installer package here. https://download.immunet.com/binaries/immunet/bin/ImmunetSetup.exe Have you tried to experiment with the Settings? Go into Settings and disable 'Blocking Mode' & 'Monitor Program Start' to see if that helps. Also, are you using the ClamAV module?
  22. Hello cifer, are you using the latest Immuent version
  23. hello i just want to inform developers of immunet free av that since installing the latest monthly rollup update offered on windows update on september 14 2021 kb5005633 https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/topic/september-14-2021-kb5005633-monthly-rollup-cc6f560a-86da-4540-8bb1-df118fa45eb8 booting win7 ultimate 64 bit has become painfully slow it takes lots of minutes to load all drivers of the system and start windows also welcome screen stays for some time and drivers or files of os keep loading for minutes after the opening of desktop area making it non usable the problem is related with immunet when av uninstalled and rollup kb installed everything returns to normal also when the latest monthly rollup is uninstalled and immunet installed everything is ok from changelog of win update monthly rollup page for kb5005633 i suspect some drivers signing problem but that's just an idea "Addresses an issue in which a driver might not install if the driver is signed with more than one code sign signatures. " in every case and whatever the cause please take a look and release a fix so i can still use immunet av and update windows7 properly
  24. Hello again Janus, As far as transitioning to another Windows OS that really isn't anything new to me. I've been using computers with an installed Windows OS for more than 20 years. My first PC had Windows ME installed. ME came out in 1999 if my memory serves me correctly. I think that gives me a bit of an advantage when it comes to upgrading to a new OS since I've been using these systems for years. I can see where some folks could become apprehensive about upgrading if they never had to it before. Speaking of telemetry, obviously Microsoft was 'closely monitoring' my computer when I was using the Admin profile. How else would I have gotten those (completely unsubstantiated) security warnings. My brand new (at the time) PC was/is not infected in any way & I never engage in any risky browsing behavior. I don't visit the dark web, use dangerous peer to peer or illegal crack/keygen sites. I don't even like to use sites that don't use the HTTPS encryption protocols and certainly would never attempt to spread malware. I work for an AV company for Pete's sake, I like wearing that white hat, one of the good guys! I tried to contact Microsoft first via phone to get a more definitive answer for why this was occurring but forget about actually talking to a live human being. All Microsoft support has gone on-line only. Even on-line I couldn't get a straight answer from anyone which gave me the suspicion that they were trying to hide something from me maybe? All I got was the same completely generic answer on-line, possible suspicious activity was detected. Well, that tells ya a lot, not!! When more people were getting Win 10 installed I read a few articles that some users had detected & were complaining that out-going internet traffic from the OS itself was occurring much more than any other previous platform. Their complaint was, after monitoring this out-going internet traffic: Is Microsoft Win 10 actually spying on me? In my case I'd have to agree with that! "So I think your own concerns are totally valid Janus!" Regards, Ritchie...
  25. @ritchie58 I understand the transition is easier for others than for me. The paradigm of its layout and structure is insane to me. I do not organize anything that way, nor do I think anywhere close to however it is structured. Whatever logic is behind it escapes me utterly. All I see is indistinct blobs various colors with no clear borders or structure, besides, I want a computer, not a desktop sized tablet. Even if I could adapt, I could never use it anyway. I have a lot of other people's IP on my systems. The telemetry alone is a big enough threat. They backup your user profile and copy files to 'Have them available where ever', which I cannot afford. I can't risk any of my logins or credentials to customer systems being mirrored anywhere. And no, I do not trust microsoft to keep things confidential any more than I trust google or apple to. The concept of being locked out of my own system like that guarantees I will never use it. I have never regged any system of mine, and I never will. It is my computer, and it is private. Sadly, linux is not designed to have a desktop as it not intended for desktop use, so no real hope there. Hope you have a nice day. Janus.
  26. I here ya there, I also loved Win 7 Ultimate x64 as I knew that OS like the back of my hand! My old Win 7 rig gave up the ghost last year because of a mobo hardware issue so I got another PC that had Win 10 Pro (Business Edition) x64 pre-installed. It wasn't as difficult to transition to 10 as I thought it would be. Although it did take some time and effort to research & configure the OS to the way I wanted it. I originally was using the Win 10 Administrator profile (as with Win 7 with no problems) which turned out to be too much of a hassle for normal day to day usage as one example. I had to create a personal account with Microsoft to use the Admin profile and then sometimes I would get locked out for some unknown reason & had to request yet another access security code sent to me just to use my own computer! They claim they detected possible suspicious activity with my PC and required a security code to proceed. Is this PC mine or does Microsoft think they own it were my thoughts at the time. So I had to create a normal user profile to avoid all that! I also used some registry tweaks to allow most Admin privileges using just a normal user profile thanks to some savvy Win 10 users instructions. Plus there were a few apps that I loved that are no longer compatible with Win 10 which kinda bummed me out. There are folks that are fed up with Windows OS's because of the BS one has to sometimes go through to upgrade to a new platform. That's why some have started using the open-sourced Linux - Ubuntu or Apple's IOS platforms instead. ReactOS does look very promising as yet another alternative! I think it would be great if the devs created a version of Immunet that uses just command-line scripting like the ClamAV source code does instead of a dedicated UI. IT pros & power users would love something like that I bet! My thoughts for what they're worth. Cheers, Ritchie...
  27. @ritchie58 Thank you for your time. Yes, I am aware that Microsoft no longer supports Win7. However, due to the nature of W10 there is no way I can ever use it. I am impatiently waiting for ReactOS to go beta, after which I am hoping to ditch windows completely. Not ranting, but the telemetry alone disqualifies W10, as do cloud accounts, and the list goes on. They can make a very nice desktop OS, I prefer XP SP3 to Win7 BY FAR!!!, which classic shell fixes most of, but the direction after W7 is useless to me since I want a computer not a device, simply put, for me it is broken all the way through. My needs are simple, scan what I want scanned when I want it scanned, and otherwise just be ready. My systems are not setup normally, nearly all my tools and programs are portable, most of which I compile myself, and have several versions, each configured for a specific task or type of job. I make as close to zero usage of the profile as I can, "My documents" is actually empty other than save games and visual studio stuff. Sad to hear there is no way to configure immunet to do just the subset I need. I will be removing it, then making a shell script then. I hope what I need will be available in the future, but please do be aware, it is currently ignoring multiple user settings as I listed above. If it were to adhere to those, I could adapt, but the way it right now, it gets in the way of troubleshooting. Thank you again for your time. Janus.
  28. Hi Janus, Still using Win 7? As I'm sure you're aware of Microsoft no longer supports this platform for any new security patches, enhancements or bug fixes. Sorry to hear that Immunet isn't quite working out for you. It sounds to me like you don't want an AV with a traditional UI and everything that goes with that & Immunet can't be configured to only run context-menu scans on demand. It also sounds like you are already familiar with using just the ClamAV source code. That might be a better option for you actually. Here's a link where you can download the newest source code version for your OS. https://www.clamav.net/downloads Best wishes, Ritchie...
  29. Hi, been trying out immunet for the last several months. Got tired of intrusive antiviral bloatware that "knows it all so you don't have to", wanted to try something leaner I can configure. What I need is a context menu scan, and an ondemand scan, nothing else. System is Win7, SP1:NO W10 systems on network, wouldn't have one for fresh ice water anywhere. I have Immunett configured for my needs. Since installing my machine has slowed. Program monitor install & start: OFF Blocking mode:OFF Quarantine Malicious & Suspicious: "Ask me" No scheduled scans since I rarely download executables, and check those carefully. Despite this however, Immunet continues to : Monitor installs and starts. Block processes. Auto quarantines on detection. Get bogged down during large compiles, especially those with more than a few hundred files. How do I? Or is there a way to configure Immunet to be a simple content menu virus scanner, and nothing else. I get an archive I want to scan, before or after extraction, then I tell it, otherwise it just sits in the background doing nothing. If this is not feasible, then I will go back to using clam on the command line. Thank you for your time. Janus.
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