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I run Kaspersky free Anti-Virus without appearing to have any compatibility issues since installing Immunet however Immunet prevents me running Privazer claiming it is Ransomeware. I have run Privazer for at least the last 3 years without any issues at all until installing Immunet. Turning Immunet settings all to "off" when trying to run Privazer does not prevent the issue neither does entering Privazer.exe as an exclusion. As a result I have uninstalled Immunet until I find a solution as I think its a good idea as a "backup" to my Kaspersky AV.

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Some folks claim PrivaZer is one of the best drive cleaning/optimization tools out there, even preferring it over the venerable CCleaner. 

I would suggest you submit a False Positive report at this URL. https://www.immunet.com/false_positive

You will need the correct SHA256 hash for the program to submit a proper FP report.

If you don't have that info contact the original developers or download & install a good third-party checksum calculator like HashCalc to get the required info yourself. It's freeware & doesn't require a degree in computer science to figure out how to use it btw. https://www.softpedia.com/get/Security/Security-Related/HashCalc.shtml

I included some extra help when submitting the FP report.

Here's the MD5 checksums for both the free & paid versions of PrivaZer's processes I got from the developers. Just copy & paste this info to the report.

 MD5 (PrivaZer_free.exe) : DE4553DFDCD8DBCF3DF99F1C77D3CE1C
 MD5 (PrivaZer.exe) : 1D75A70EACAF32DADD277A2D643C7178

Cheers, Ritchie...

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