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Last Nights Windows 7 Update Contains Trojans?

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immunet claims last nights windows 7 update contains various trojans? i have no means to verify this but a buch of files (pendingrenames) are now quarantined. i am worried that at reboot my system will no longer function. please advise... windows update claims it needs reboot.

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You can restore files that have been quarantined by opening the GUI and click on History. From there you can decide to delete or restore any file that has been quarantined. You should only restore files that you are absolutely sure are false positives or you could be unleashing malware into your system. I also use Windows 7 and didn't have any trouble installing the last batch of updates from Microsoft with Immunet up and running. That is very odd indeed that Immunet Protect reacted is such a way with your PC. Check the files and if you're positively sure they are legitimate Microsoft files that Immunet quarantined then go ahead and restore them and reboot if you haven't already. Also you can turn off Monitor Program Install in the Settings if you ever run into a conflict with Immunet while installing software. Just don't forget to turn it back on as it is a good safety feature that Immunet provides.

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Would you mind taking a support snapshot for me? This can be done by clicking start -> All Programs -> Immunet 3.0 -> Support Diagnostics Tool. This will create a new file on your desktop with a name like Immunet_Support_Tool_[date and timestamp].7z. Please email this file to support@immunet.com I should able to tell which Windows Update files were FPs.

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