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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 3.0.1.6112 (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 3.0.0.18 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 (3.0.0.18) 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 2.0.17.31 Hope this helps.
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