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  1. It seems to have quieted down from what it was doing 5 hours ago. I am using Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 (which has been added to the exclusion list in Immunet). Here are the current settings for Immunet: Monitor Program Install/Start (ON) ETHOS/SPERO (ON) All ClamAV is (OFF) Quarantine Behavior (AUTOMATIC) Disk I/O activity is now an occasional flash (which is what it should be). Very strange stuff
  2. I turned off ClamAV (I'm using the free cloud version, so Tetra isn't available), and I turned off block mode. I can hear Immunet thrashing away the moment I restarted the service in Task Manager (meh). Anyone else have some ideas?
  3. FYI, I set blocking mode to ON (per another thread), no help (as browsing, etc is still sluggish). Have Immunet stopped at the moment.
  4. Recently I have noticed some severe performance issues when using Immunet Protect (latest version) as the disk reads indication in Task Manager for iptray.exe is going absolutely crazy. The system degrades to a point of almost dead slow (browsing, video playback, etc). As a test I stopped immunet protect and the disk I/O (and the HDD activity light on my desktop) went back to normal (instead of being a solid red light). This issue seems to have started recently, and I am not sure how to correct it? Does anyone have any suggestions for me? System is Windows 7 x64 ultimate, 8GB DDR2-1066, Athlon II X4 630 @ 2.8Ghz, 1TB Seagate (Drive C:), 2TB Seagate (Drive D:)
  5. Immunet Protect reports that produkey contains W32.Trojan.F95D. The URL for downloading this package is: http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/product_cd_key_viewer.html (I'm using version 1.50) Here is a URL showing the number of scanners which at one time or another have reported the product as a false positive: http://www.nirsoft.net/false_positive_report.html Hope this helps...
  6. Hello all, I received an alert from Immunet ( this morning showing that the file 'leaktest.exe' contained a trojan (I'm attaching the file for analysis), this file is part of a set of tools from Gibson Research, the URL for the file itself is: http://www.grc.com/lt/leaktest.htm
  7. I have sent this into Immunet already (along with a ZIP file), but I thought I would post the information here just in case. The Hauppauge WinTV 7 program (all versions) triggers a false positive (no such problems when Immunet Protect is off and only KIS 2011 is running. At the moment, I have set the quarantine behavior to 'Ask Me' for both Malicious and Suspicious Files. I have also added the following to exclusions: c:\program files (x86)\WinTV7 My version of IP is Hope this helps.
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