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win7 september updates and immunet conflict

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i just want to inform developers of immunet free av  that

since  installing the latest  monthly rollup update  offered on windows update on september 14 2021



booting win7   ultimate 64 bit  has become painfully slow

it takes lots of minutes to load all drivers  of the system and start windows

  also welcome screen stays for some time and drivers or files of os keep loading for minutes after the opening of desktop area making it non usable

the problem is related with immunet

when av uninstalled  and rollup kb  installed  everything returns to normal

also when the latest monthly rollup  is uninstalled and immunet installed everything is ok

from changelog of win update monthly rollup page for kb5005633       i suspect some drivers signing problem but that's just an idea

"Addresses an issue in which a driver might not install if the driver is signed with more than one code sign signatures. "

in every case and whatever the cause please take a look and release a fix  so i can still use immunet av and update windows7 properly


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Like Qin mentioned it is a good idea to first check to see if you have the newest version of Immunet installed. Just mouse over the word 'About' in the lower right corner of the UI to find out which build you currently have installed.

If you're not using the newest build you can download the latest installer package here. https://download.immunet.com/binaries/immunet/bin/ImmunetSetup.exe

Have you tried to experiment with the Settings? Go into Settings and disable 'Blocking Mode' & 'Monitor Program Start' to see if that helps.

Also, are you using the ClamAV module?

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answering your questions

yes it is the latest build

'Blocking Mode' & 'Monitor Program Start'    are  always disabled by me

also clam av both options always  disabled only cloud options enabled

at the moment i have uninstalled september win7 kb update and using immunet av as usual


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Sorry to hear that you had to delete that KB5005633 Extended Service Update for Immunet to adequately work. That is a less than ideal work-around for you.

It really makes me wonder of other users that have a ESU agreement & got this update also encountered this bug with their installed AV software as well! It certainly wouldn't surprise me any if that were the case.

Have you attempted to directly contact Microsoft about this issue? You might want to consider that.

I was wondering if you were using the ClamAV module since that's where most of the reported conflicts occur with Immunet. If using just the cloud engines that normally does give you the lightest system footprint between Immunet & your OS.

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