WacoJohn Posted May 16, 2011 Report Share Posted May 16, 2011 I am a little confused on how Immunet products work . but if I understand correctly .. there is an issue with the concept of exclusions. Let us say Immunet (or any other product) scans a file. It is a false positive. The file is then put into the Exclusion list. I take that to mean it will not scan that file again .. ever. Later on, the computer gets some kind of infection .. which THEN infects that file. On the next scan .. won't that 'now infected' file NOT be scanned? Somehow, I don't think it is a great idea to tell an Antivirus product to NOT scan ... anything. Files can become infected at anytime. A full scan should scan EVERY 'infectible' file on the computer .. detect any infection .. and clean it. Or am I confused (I often am)? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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