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Hi all, I was one of the early Immunet users and later a beta tester. I then drifted away for no particular reason. I liked what I saw in the news release regarding the latest revisions / update to Immunet 3 and Windows 8.1 compatibility so I gave it another spin. In testing, I was impressed with the speed, minimal impact on system resources and how they rewrote agent.exe (or whatever it was) that turned into Sourcefire Connector.(sfc.exe?) Seems to scale extremely well... I was impressed enough that I bought a new 3 computer 2 year license in January 2014. After several installs / removals while I played around with other AV software on my main laptop and after having hardware issues with a work station, I noticed yesterday that I must of burned through whatever activations are allowed with this license as I was unable to activate Plus on a second PC. Today I decided to see if I could get this resolved by clicking the support link through the Immunet website. Exactly ten (10) minutes after my support request I had an email message from "Reg" indicating my activation limit was reset, please try your key again. Many thanks for the great customer service. I've got no complaints at all with the latest revisions. Based upon this support experience I'm going to grab another license later in the week to cover the rest of your family computers. Thanks for your fine work. BTW, I think it would be very beneficial if you all would start updating the various pages of your website, including the blog posts. Much of the info is so old that it makes it appear the software is no longer under active development, which obviously is not the case here.
Are you still using Microsoft's Windows XP Operating System? If you do as of April 8, 2014 Microsoft will no longer support this platform. So what does that mean? It means that you will no longer recieve any updates for XP. That includes security patches, the monthly Malicious Software Removal Tool, and bug fixes which could leave your computer vulnerable to malware and hackers since no new security updates will take place. It will take no time at all for the bad guys to take advantage of and exploit this situation. Given the fact that millions of users worldwide are still using this OS some folks are not happy at all with this decision by Microsoft. In fact it is estimated that 90% of all ATM's in the country still rely on XP and many businesses still use this platform since it's such a stable, time tested Operating System. The bottom line is if you do use XP it's time to seriously consider upgrading to a newer Operating System like Windows 7, 8 or 8.1. Regards, Ritchie...