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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
Has this occurred to anyone else? Last week, my steam gaming client was updating, and immunet detected it as malware and quarantined it. Since I have a large steam library, I had no choice but to uninstall immunet on my gaming computer (calling up task manager and ending the iptray process resulted in an error). Immunet is still active on this computer where i am typing this topic. Can anyone enligthen me on what i should do further? Thanks