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Windows 10 64-bit, on desktop PC - i7-6700K, 4Ghz, with 32GB RAM and heaps of drive space. Latest version of Mozilla Firefox. Initially Immunet would intercept my attempts to download the Firefox installer. I added Firefox Installer.exe to the exclusions and could then at least download the installer. I tried restoring it from quarantine, but the same thing happened. It got me wondering whether Microsoft now owned Immunet and was just stopping me using other browsers, like with google searches It would appear not Now when I try to run the installer I am faced with another threat - Sality-6826349-0. It seems highly unlikely that the Firefox installer will be viral, so how do I step around this problem? Can I switch Immunet off for a while and run the installer without interference, or is there something else I should be doing? Do I add setup-stub.exe to my exclusions?
Mozilla just released version 19.0 of Firefox. After attempting to download the installer from both CNET and directly from Mozilla several times the download would not start and the Firefox 18.0.2 browser would crash. I then noticed activity from the Immunet icon so I tried turning off Monitor Program Install and Blocking Mode. After which the 19.0 installer downloaded sucessfully without a hitch. Immunet is definetly blocking the installer for some reason. Support needs to take a look at this as this isn't the first time Immunet interfered with the Firefox installer download. If you run into trouble downloading the installer do as I did and disable these settings to get the installer to download. Regards, Ritchie...