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  1. Immunet blocked iTunes.exe. This occurred when I was using iTunes to bulk modify some tracks. Afterward, I can't find the iTues files under Program Files (where I'd expect them to be -- I don't recall having to go look for them before now). Event Type: Process Blocked Detection Name: W32.MAP.Ransomware.rewrite File Path: C:\Program Files\WindowsApps\AppleInc.iTunes_12124.1.57017.0_x64_nzyj5cx40ttqa\iTunes.exe Date: 8/10/2022 21:48:12 (I've already submitted this via https://www.immunet.com/false_positive) P.S. I ended up reinstalling iTunes, and the program runs. It looks like iTunes went ahead and completed what I was trying to do; I've not tried doing that again so far.
  2. Downloaded from official website https://www.kaspersky.com/downloads/thank-you/free-virus-removal-tool, Immunet version 7.4.4.20633 falsely flagged KVRT.exe as Clam.Win.Malware.Emotet-6691278-0. Scanned by VitusTotal, file was completely clear https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/f12c6654c8b17cacd1c157c65523bf617fc5bfd9832fcf22ac4f8d3a2940035b/detection. File in question is antivirus tool by itself which may and may not have something to do with it -3k6 KVRT.exe
  3. Haven't done much gaming lately. The client is set to auto-update. There were hundreds of flags from immunet after a boot up that steam was identified as w32.map.ransomware.rwd Virus total comparison https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/0bda997391c06bce6b70db30808136427c83f972d6d48c3554c2a042eff09224/detection Steam.exe
  4. Immunet is quarantining nirsoft utility files. Is this by design? They are sort of hacky but they aren't bad files. Looking for other folks' thoughts on this.
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