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  1. Panda sent me with a picture showing the results of a recent AV Comparatives test performed in April. Microsoft Defender is, as you can see, at the bottom of the list. That demonstrates why Defender is "not exactly a fantastic AV" to employ, as I stated in my original discussion. Out of 190 malware test strings, Panda only missed three! I'm pleased I use Panda Dome Pro now that I know this information. Thanks For Reposing I will Try it.
  2. Hello, hartake2001. It may be beneficial to have a bit additional information. What operating system do you use? Is it possible that you contracted the infection when Immunet was installed? If yes, which Immune version are you using? You may find out by hovering your cursor over "About" in the lower right hand corner of the GUI. Also, do you have the Plus of Free version installed? What is the precise detection name of the malware if Immune returned a failed quarantine response? If you install Immunes on a system that is already infected, it might be difficult to quarantine malware. If Immune fails to remove the virus, I recommend Malwarebytes 2.0. MB should be downloaded and installed. If the virus prevents you from installing MB, you may need to start your computer in Safe Mode with Networking (press and hold F8 while it boots up) to download, install, and update the software. After upgrading the detection signatures, restart your computer in Safe Mode without Networking and conduct a Malwarebytes Custom Scan on all of your discs and partitions. Also, check the option for root-kit scanning.
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