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  1. @Rob.Turner I can confirm that I can either see text or get a download prompt for every one of those links supplied. @ritchie58 Don't worry, I of course still allow Windows updates on my internet-connected machine. I have Pro so am fortunately able to defer any non-security updates for up to a year, which I recommend everyone should do before their PC gets bricked. It gives Microsoft a good chance at fixing the worst of their problems before their "improvements" reach your machine - unless the next broken update they release without testing just happens to be a security one... As a side note, When your Windows 7 reaches end-of-life, one option would be to just have a dual-boot scenario: Switch to GNU/Linux for anything that requires the internet, and keep your unsupported Win7 installation as-is, unpatched, for any obscure software you might still need to run occasionally, but can't get on GNU/Linux. You'd just need to keep the Windows 7 installation offline, for instance by disabling your network interfaces in the device-manager, or unplugging your network cables. I'm aware there's a learning-curve, it's a matter of personal taste, and It's not possible for everyone, but I'm about 90% of the way there. I used to dual-boot and value both OSs for their respective qualities, but I'm rapidly getting to the point where I just need to get the work done and Windows now gets in the way of that for me.
  2. I am already in discussion with Rob as he had spotted this thread Nothing odd was found in my log files, which leads me to conclude a recent Windows update has broken something yet again. It's getting that ridiculous, I've actually ditched all my Windows installations apart from one, which I need for a single piece of technical software. I also even use GNU/Linux at work nowadays unless I have to reboot to use a specific proprietary tool. The AV is managed at work, but I've noticed that out of all the machines, it only ever tends to break on the Win10 ones, and even then it's only after an update. Coincidence? I think not!
  3. I have sent a support dump on this issue. I initially thought it might be caused by my custom hosts file, but I have ruled this out (I restored the stock Windows hosts file, rebooted, and the problem persists). Another unusual feature of my installation is that I regularly stop the Immunet services, copy assorted custom databases into the ClamAV folder, then restart Immunet. I doubt this would cause issue (it hasn't in the past), but may make it difficult to interpet the logfiles!
  4. Hello Ritchie, yes still having the same issue. I get the exact same error message, but the ClamAV databases still update as if there's no problem. I also still get cloud detections when I scan my malware archive. I think this issue is simply related to Immunet checking for a new Immunet version. Cloud detection and database updates seem to be unaffected.
  5. Hello - For some reason the forums won't let me sign in to my account - but this is user zombunny. Just a quick note to say I have been having this exact same issue for at least 2 days, on Win10 Pro 64-bit with a fresh install of Immunet 6.5.0.11255 (no quarantine or settings data whatsoever backed-up from the previous installation). I also notice that the Immunet home page (but not the IPTray client) says "0 users protected from 0 threats" - I wonder if this is related?
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