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  1. Thanks! That sounds very likely to be what's going on. My D:\ indeed has some sort of energy saving/sleep thing. I hear it spin up every time I access it (which is pretty rarely, it's just my data drive). I guess there's nothing Immunet can do about that?
  2. It was the first PC I built so details are a little fuzzy, but whatever the typical setup is. So surely connected to the MB via SATA. C drive is a SSD (Immunet is installed here) D drive is a regular HD
  3. You nailed it, it's not working on my D drive. Files on my C drive Context Menu Scan just fine. Since I have a workaround I can't be arsed to reinstall, if that turns out to be the only solution.
  4. I don't know when this started*, but I just noticed that right-click scanning individual files doesn't work anymore. Nothing happens, whether the Immunet client is visible on screen or not. I then updated to and rebooted. No change, individual file scanning doesn't work. A workaround is to go to Scan Now, Custom Scan, and find the folder or file you want to scan. This still works. I'm running on Windows 10 Enterprise 2016 LTSB. My system has not changed in a long time so there shouldn't be any interference. I also very rarely install anything new that might have interfered. *I scan individual files relatively frequently, maybe ever few weeks/monthly. So the issue is relatively recent.
  5. You may be interested to know that Windows Defender is detecting some immunet temp files as Trojan: JS/Foretype.A!ml This started happening 2 days ago, and has happened daily to me since. Their "more info" link, if useful: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/wdsi/threats/malware-encyclopedia-description?name=Trojan%3aJS%2fForetype.A!ml&threatid=2147724342&enterprise=0 Edit: Uh, pasting images to your forum is terrible, they lose a ton of quality in the process, practically unreadable. Here: https://imgur.com/15VhZ3Y
  6. Thanks. Yeah I noticed it turned off Gaming Mode on reboots as part of trying to sort out the connection issue. The debugging is still ongoing. No VPN in use currently. Unlikely to be software-related as several computers and users are affected. At this point I suspect the issue is simply the ISP's modem, or their cabling.
  7. In trying to eliminate an annoying internet connection issue, I've isolated it down to one of 2 things, one of which is Immunet Gaming Mode, vs regular. So as the title asks, is Immunet doing anything differently in Gaming Mode, other than simply not notifying you of anything?
  8. The Tor Browser bundle is a FP: https://www.torproject.org/dist/vidalia-bundles/vidalia-bridge-bundle-
  9. Thanks for the links ^^ Its to remotely control the output of some antivirus. Send them a file, make them analize it, and get back the results (briefly explain at least). So I think i will use sqlite to check the info im looking for. Thank you again
  10. Hi there, I start using clamav for windows and I'm kinda interested to find which is the log path (after scaning a file), to make a script myself that uses that output. I just found this outdated tutorial: http://www.hostingu.nl/clamav/clamav-qs1.pdf And I thought the comands that apeard in the part "Using ClamAV In Other Directories Besides C:\clamav-devel" will be compatible with 3.0version, but I couldnt find the "clamscan.exe" executable, to set myself the scan log file path as its shown in the comand "--log=e:\ClamAV\log\clamav.log" Theres any default path for that log? How is the new comand to choose my own path? (guess this one is outdated too: http://ftp.clamwin.com/viewtopic.php?t=800 eladkarako post) Thanks in advance. I hope you can help me, since google doesnt >.< PD: Sorry for my bad english
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