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The download of file goodsync-cnetg.exe results in a quarantine of goodsync-cnetg[1].exe being quarantined from C:\Documents and Settings\Owner\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5\ACIMMCY2 folder.

 

Here is a link to download the file:

 

http://download.cnet.com/GoodSync/3000-2248_4-10508799.html?part=dl-68043&subj=dl&tag=button

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The download of file goodsync-cnetg.exe results in a quarantine of goodsync-cnetg[1].exe being quarantined from C:\Documents and Settings\Owner\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5\ACIMMCY2 folder.

Here is a link to download the file:

http://download.cnet...j=dl&tag=button

Hi WacoJohn,

I have used GoodSync (shareware) since almost one year now for backups of my datadiscs. GoodSync gets updates frequently (once a week or once a forthnight -> Too often in my mind!). So far, Immunet has never qurantined the setup file of GoodSync from CNET for me! Strange, that your setup file has now been quarantined! Inconsistantly indeed!!

Cheers,

sweidre

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Hi WacoJohn,

I have used GoodSync (shareware) since almost one year now for backups of my datadiscs. GoodSync gets updates frequently (once a week or once a forthnight -> Too often in my mind!). So far, Immunet has never qurantined the setup file of GoodSync from CNET for me! Strange, that your setup file has now been quarantined! Inconsistantly indeed!!

Cheers,

sweidre

 

Immunet does not 'trap' goodsync-cnetg.exe. It traps a temp file that is somehow involved in the d/l. It traps goodsync-cnetg[1].exe from C:\Documents and Settings\Owner\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5\ACIMMCY2 folder. In spite of the trap, goodsync-cnetg.exe DOES d/l .. without getting trapped. Once saved, you can scan goodsync-cnetg.exe and it comes up clean. Immunet is trapping the TEMP file.

 

I am using IE8 on XP Home SP3. I have tried to explain this before in another thread. It SEEMS the TEMP file is created (by IE8?) BEFORE the actual d/l takes place and for some reason, Immunet does not like it. The 'trap' takes place the instant I click on the d/l button .. there simply is not enough time for anything to actually d/l. Immunet is having some kind of problem with how IE8 queues a d/l ... or something like that.

 

This happens on a lot of d/ls for me.

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Immunet does not 'trap' goodsync-cnetg.exe. It traps a temp file that is somehow involved in the d/l. It traps goodsync-cnetg[1].exe from C:\Documents and Settings\Owner\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5\ACIMMCY2 folder. In spite of the trap, goodsync-cnetg.exe DOES d/l .. without getting trapped. Once saved, you can scan goodsync-cnetg.exe and it comes up clean. Immunet is trapping the TEMP file.

I am using IE8 on XP Home SP3. I have tried to explain this before in another thread. It SEEMS the TEMP file is created (by IE8?) BEFORE the actual d/l takes place and for some reason, Immunet does not like it. The 'trap' takes place the instant I click on the d/l button .. there simply is not enough time for anything to actually d/l. Immunet is having some kind of problem with how IE8 queues a d/l ... or something like that.

This happens on a lot of d/ls for me.

Hi WacoJohn,

I know from before, that for you, Immunet traps [1].exe but not the real .exe file. Have you received a confirmation, that your IE8 and/or XP Home SP3 is/are the culprit(s) of this behaviour? I have Win 7 Pro SP1 64-bit, and I think, that I have received this strange trap [1].exe once only. In fact, Immunet should try to produce any possible explanation for a strange behaviour. (Many threads in the forum have not been finalized with a summary (explanation) post.

Cheers,

sweidre

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Have you received a confirmation, that your IE8 and/or XP Home SP3 is/are the culprit(s) of this behaviour?

 

Confirmation?? From who ... Immunet?? No, I have not. I don't use FF or Chrome .. I use IE8. The fact that the actual file is NOT TRAPPED, but instead some kind of TEMP file suggests it MAY be browser related. I really have no idea. Apparently, IE8 creates some kind of temp file BEFORE downloading an actual file .. and it is THAT TEMP FILE that Immunet traps. This is only a 'guess' on my part. I am not that familiar with the components involved .. the TWO files in question, Immunet, or IE8.

 

The most important point is the item that is getting trapped .. it's file name AND where it is located when it is detected AND the fact that it does not appear anything is particularly downloaded at the moment the trap takes place. It is like it might be a 'queuing' issue .. or something.

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Hi,

What I mean is, that members have to describe in detail (e.g. via screenshots, diagnostic tool...) the problem they have. Members do not have to speculate why strange things happen! Immunet should present one or several reasons for the problem (and present a solution, if applicable!), if the problem is Immunet related!

Cheers,

sweidre

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The files that it catch is in

content.ie5 folder.

 

Same ocasion like here: https://forum.f-prot...hp?topic=1764.0

It catches the temp files with internet explorer before u confirm to download the .exe. For exable when u try to download ccleaner with internet explorer from filehippo.

 

An easy solution make en axception .: C:\Documents and Settings\Owner\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5\

 

 

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Hello-I am new to to this forum and really just asking for help. I inadvertently downloaded goodsync-cnetg and now have lost (or are there somewhere on my computer) almost ALL of my files. I do have a set that had been backed up several weeks ago on my external hard drive, but had used Goodsync and now am not able to recover any of them. Do you have a way to fix this or am I just up a creek? Thank you. janetloma

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Hi janetloma, Here is from GoodSync's FAQ web page. I hope this helps.

 

GSDATA_ folder

 

 

Q: My files were deleted/overwritten during a sync. How do I get them back?

A: Before deleting or overwriting a file, GoodSync moves it to _gsdata_\_saved_ folder, if option Save Previous Versions of deleted/replaced files is enabled. So this is where you can find your missing files -- in _gsdata_\_saved_ folder.

 

Q: Can I retrieve files that GoodSync deleted or changed?

A: If option Job -> Options -> Save Previous Versions of Files is checked (it is by default) then GoodSync saves the last version of every file it replaces or deleted to _gsdata_\_saved_ folder on the job side where it happens (just like Recycle Bin). This is where you can get it form using Windows Explorer.

Note that folder _gsdata_ is hidden, so you should enable showing hidden folders in

Windows Explorer -> Tools -> Folder Options -> View -> Show Hidden Files and Folders.

 

Q: What is the hidden "_gsdata_" folder that appears in my synced folder?

A: This folder contains:

- Synchronization state file "_file_state._gs" which is required for GoodSync to work properly.

- Job logs (*.log files) for all jobs that sync this folder.

- Previous versions of files deleted/overwritten by GoodSync are located in "_saved_" subfolder.

- Job Tags (*.gst files) that tag the folder per specific job. <a name="_gsdata_toobig">

 

Q: Why is hidden _gsdata_ folder in the left and right sync folders so big?

A: Because _gsdata_\_saved_ folder keeps the last version of all files that GoodSync deletes or replaces,

if option Job -> Options -> General Save Previous Versions of Files is checked.

 

If you believe that you do not need these previous versions of files then:

- Uncheck option Job -> Options -> General Save Previous Versions of Files.

- Delete folders _saved_ inside folder _gsdata__ in left and right sync folders.

- Do NOT delete folder _gsdata_ itself, GoodSync keeps state of synced files there.

 

 

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Hi janetloma, Here is from GoodSync's FAQ web page. I hope this helps.

 

GSDATA_ folder

 

 

Q: My files were deleted/overwritten during a sync. How do I get them back?

A: Before deleting or overwriting a file, GoodSync moves it to _gsdata_\_saved_ folder, if option Save Previous Versions of deleted/replaced files is enabled. So this is where you can find your missing files -- in _gsdata_\_saved_ folder.

 

Q: Can I retrieve files that GoodSync deleted or changed?

A: If option Job -> Options -> Save Previous Versions of Files is checked (it is by default) then GoodSync saves the last version of every file it replaces or deleted to _gsdata_\_saved_ folder on the job side where it happens (just like Recycle Bin). This is where you can get it form using Windows Explorer.

Note that folder _gsdata_ is hidden, so you should enable showing hidden folders in

Windows Explorer -> Tools -> Folder Options -> View -> Show Hidden Files and Folders.

 

Q: What is the hidden "_gsdata_" folder that appears in my synced folder?

A: This folder contains:

- Synchronization state file "_file_state._gs" which is required for GoodSync to work properly.

- Job logs (*.log files) for all jobs that sync this folder.

- Previous versions of files deleted/overwritten by GoodSync are located in "_saved_" subfolder.

- Job Tags (*.gst files) that tag the folder per specific job. <a name="_gsdata_toobig">

 

Q: Why is hidden _gsdata_ folder in the left and right sync folders so big?

A: Because _gsdata_\_saved_ folder keeps the last version of all files that GoodSync deletes or replaces,

if option Job -> Options -> General Save Previous Versions of Files is checked.

 

If you believe that you do not need these previous versions of files then:

- Uncheck option Job -> Options -> General Save Previous Versions of Files.

- Delete folders _saved_ inside folder _gsdata__ in left and right sync folders.

- Do NOT delete folder _gsdata_ itself, GoodSync keeps state of synced files there.

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Hi janetloma, Here is from GoodSync's FAQ web page. I hope this helps.

 

GSDATA_ folder

 

 

Q: My files were deleted/overwritten during a sync. How do I get them back?

A: Before deleting or overwriting a file, GoodSync moves it to _gsdata_\_saved_ folder, if option Save Previous Versions of deleted/replaced files is enabled. So this is where you can find your missing files -- in _gsdata_\_saved_ folder.

 

Q: Can I retrieve files that GoodSync deleted or changed?

A: If option Job -> Options -> Save Previous Versions of Files is checked (it is by default) then GoodSync saves the last version of every file it replaces or deleted to _gsdata_\_saved_ folder on the job side where it happens (just like Recycle Bin). This is where you can get it form using Windows Explorer.

Note that folder _gsdata_ is hidden, so you should enable showing hidden folders in

Windows Explorer -> Tools -> Folder Options -> View -> Show Hidden Files and Folders.

 

Q: What is the hidden "_gsdata_" folder that appears in my synced folder?

A: This folder contains:

- Synchronization state file "_file_state._gs" which is required for GoodSync to work properly.

- Job logs (*.log files) for all jobs that sync this folder.

- Previous versions of files deleted/overwritten by GoodSync are located in "_saved_" subfolder.

- Job Tags (*.gst files) that tag the folder per specific job. <a name="_gsdata_toobig">

 

Q: Why is hidden _gsdata_ folder in the left and right sync folders so big?

A: Because _gsdata_\_saved_ folder keeps the last version of all files that GoodSync deletes or replaces,

if option Job -> Options -> General Save Previous Versions of Files is checked.

 

If you believe that you do not need these previous versions of files then:

- Uncheck option Job -> Options -> General Save Previous Versions of Files.

- Delete folders _saved_ inside folder _gsdata__ in left and right sync folders.

- Do NOT delete folder _gsdata_ itself, GoodSync keeps state of synced files there.

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