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  1. RobT, Thanks for the quick response. I tried running the diagnostic tool, but it would not work. Closed all unnecessary apps, tried running the tool again, rebooted, but it still would not run. I have attached a copy of the report. Pete Disagnotic Tool.pdf
  2. RobT, Followed your instructions and still a no-go. See attached. Pete rootkitscan.pdf
  3. Sweidre, Thanks for the reply. I agree that the protection factor should be increasing as the number of one's community grows. Does this mean that one's protection is decreasing or is it a flaw within Immunet? Pete
  4. Just wondering what would make one's protection factor decrease. Last month my protection level was 4025 and today it is 858. The only change that I am aware of is the the number of people protected, which has increased from 24 to 25 people. Pete
  5. Orlando, Not sure what issues and/or problems others may have encountered, but I have yet to run into any conflicts between CIS Premium 5.3 and Immunet (both free and paid versions). I followed the recommended instructions from Immunet and both products work together fine. http://support.immunet.com/tiki-read_article.php?articleId=7 Pete
  6. Jerry, I am using CIS Premium 5.3 with Immunent Plus 3.0 with no problems. Pete
  7. Installation was seamless; no problems at all. Keep up the good work! Pete
  8. Ritchie, I thought more folks would have chimed in also. It appears that many of the active forum members come from outside the of the CONUS--maybe that's the reason. Funny thing about the weather...I lived in Germany and Holland for over 13 years. I used to like the cold weather and the snow, but I have to say that as I got older, the less tolerance I had for them. One of the primary reasons I decided to call Southern California home is the weather. Right now it is in the high 70s and not a cloud in the sky--gotta love it. Just have to deal with the occasional earthquake--lol Pete P.S. The Steelers need to get something going in the second half if they want to this a game!
  9. Ritchie, Even though I live on the west coast, I have been a Steelters fan for over 25 years. Can't wait...should be a great game! Pete
  10. Millard, The default scan settings were set as you stated. I turned off deep scan and scan archives and will conduct a new scan and compare the results. Again, thanks for all your help. Pete
  11. I use ClearCloud and have not experienced any problems and/or any difference with my browsing speed. Pete
  12. Millard, Again thanks for your time. Could this bug also affect the time it take to conduct a "complete scan?" I am running Immunet on a 32-bit operating system, with a Celeron®Dual Core CPU, 1.8 GHz. It takes over 7 hours to conduct a complete scan.
  13. Millard, No worries. I appreciate the help. I have attached the log as requested. Pete agent.exe.log.zip
  14. Millard, Thanks for the quick reply. I tried to attach the file; however, it was too large (5.8MB). I have a 32-bit operating system and am running Window’s Vista Home Premium (service pack 2). The version for Immunet Protect is Pete
  15. Duncan, Thanks for the info. As a retired military member of our Armed Forces, I find this type of behavior inexcusable and unacceptable. While I am a proponent of freedom of speech and freedom of the press, I am also believe that any behaviors that is detrimental to our nation's national security needs to be eliminated and prosecuted to the fullest extent. Pete
  16. I have Immunet Protect Plus installed. I conducted a rootkit scan, which resulted zero threats identified. However, the scan did not record a single filed "scanned" and was completed within 4 seconds (see attached). I have rebooted and rescanned, which resulted in the same results. Any suggestions? Pete
  17. I have the same problem. This morning everything was fine and now my community is disconnected. Rebooting did not solve the problem. I also could not find any potential solutions in the support/help section. Any suggestions? Pete
  18. Cryostasis, I uploaded the file to VirusTotal and below are the results. 16% of the av's reported the file as suspicious or a threat. http://www.virustotal.com/file-scan/report.html?id=06de9055141a0f201345c85eded7ba0e38b7ad3d3f3fa603a7209b75df30ffbe-1295319412 The file appears to belong to a game called 9 Dragons. There are a few more forums that reported the files as a false positive. https://forums.comodo.com/av-false-positivenegative-detection-reporting/false-positives-t67899.0.html http://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?showtopic=71092&mode=threaded If you have the original disk, maybe you can compare the checksum of the files. Pete
  19. Bogdan, Thanks for the quick reply. I was really trying to stay away from using a password; however, it does not appear to be the case. I guess the only other option is a manual scan. Pete
  20. I upgraded to Immunet Pro for my laptop the other day and tried to create a scheduled scan. Immunet Pro will ask for the computer username and password; however, I do not use a UAC/login password and Immunet will not create a scheduled scan. Is there any workarounds? Pete
  21. I like the visuals and instant status update(s). Keep it coming. Pete
  22. Realtime Comodo Internet Security 5.0 Malewarebytes Pro ClearCloud Immunent Protect (Free) Zemana AntiLogger OnDemand Emsisoft Emergency kit F-Secure backlight ESET Online Scanner I also use Sandboxie. Pete
  23. Duncan, You are correct that there are hundreds of article out there that discuss the use of two "software" firewalls simultaneously. The majority I read does not cite references, but appear to be personal opinion (like mine). Two articles I ran across came from Microsoft (see below). In the last analysis, you have to be satisfied with your security setup. If you are satisfied with using two firewalls and do not have any conflicts and/or problems and believe there is no compromise to your security setup then nothing else matters. Pete. Microsoft Windows XP: Internet Connection Firewall …Another issue you may run into is enabling firewall software on your private network connection or on clients behind an Internet Connection Sharing host. This can cause problems with peer-to-peer connectivity, so file and printer sharing may stop functioning. You could also run into problems actually connecting to your Internet Connection Sharing host or connecting to the Internet depending on what you're doing. Enabling a firewall on a private network connection is generally not a good idea. Remote assistance and/or Remote Desktop connections in Windows XP. You could have problems with these if both of the computers involved have ICF enabled or one or both are behind another third-party firewall software or hardware. Redirecting incoming Internet requests to a computer other than the one that is running the Internet Connection Firewall only works if the computer is also running Internet Connection Sharing, and we talked about that on the services redirection slide previously. Those are some of the common issues that you might run into. The first question: Does Internet Connection Firewall interoperate with other software firewalls such as Norton and McAfee? I know that you mentioned in that article some information about Zone Labs, but it looks like this user is wondering about some of the other types of third-party firewalls. Clifton: That's a great question. Actually, in general, it would not be a good idea to use more than one firewall software or hardware solution at a time. You can run into problems because they don't all operate the same way and you could possibly get unexpected results having multiples. What I would recommend doing is using the one that they feel most comfortable with. The one that we included as a free feature is not the most fully featured firewall on the market. There are products that are dedicated to that functionality and may serve their purposes much better. Generally speaking, no; we wouldn't want to use more than one firewall product at a time… http://support.microsoft.com/servicedesks/webcasts/en/wc050702/wct050702.asp?SD=gn&LN=en-us&gssnb=1 Other software firewalls Running multiple software firewalls is unnecessary for typical home computers. Using two firewalls on the same connection could cause issues with connectivity to the Internet or other unexpected behavior. One firewall, whether it's the Windows Firewall or a different software firewall, can provide substantial protection for your computer. http://onecare.live.com/site/en-us/article/firewall_basics.htm
  24. I could not agree more. I believe Immunet Protect is well on its way on establishing itself as a major competitor in the antivirus industry. Pete
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