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I'm pretty new to Immunet. I have Immunet Plus 3.0. Everything seems to be working well, but the time on Immunet is an hour ahead of my actual time. How can I fix this?

 

Also, not sure about all the options with regard to scanning engines. What do you get with just the cloud? Do you get antivirus and antimalware/antispyware? If so, should Action Center recognize it? I am running Windows 7 64-bit, and so far there is no recognition of Action Center with regard to antispyware. It does recognize the av however. What about Clamav and Tetra? I have these off right now. Should they be on, or what?

 

Thanks.

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Hi jjc225, try to update manually by clicking on Update Now and run a Flash Scan and see if that corrects the time discrepancy. Since your using the Plus version I would recommend enabling the ClamAV module, Allow Defination Updates and the Tetra module. That will give you added protection against other forms of malware besides viruses. The Tetra module is designed to detect complex forms of malware such as rootkits. You're paying for this protection, why not use it. Regards, Ritchie...

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Something else I should mention. There is three processes that require internet access for Immunet to function properly. These are: agent.exe, iptray.exe and freshclam.exe. Make sure that your firewall or other security software do not block these processes.

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Something else I should mention. There is three processes that require internet access for Immunet to function properly. These are: agent.exe, iptray.exe and freshclam.exe. Make sure that your firewall or other security software do not block these processes.

 

I went ahead and enabled the other engines, and everything seems to be working fine. For awhile I was worried that I was experiencing system slowdown with all the extra av engines running, but after a reboot things seem to be running smoothly.

 

I am still not getting recognition from Action Center for antispyware. As to the clock issue, it seems that updates have the right time, but scans show an hour ahead. No biggie really.

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I too use Windows 7 64bit. The Action Center doesn't recognize Immunet as an anti-spyware on my system either but that's not to say that you are not being protected from this type of malware. The Plus version will protect you from spyware.

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