John Graham Posted March 14, 2022 Report Share Posted March 14, 2022 Hi, This is the first time I am using Immunet (v220.127.116.1195). I chose it because of Cisco's reputation and because it uses ClamAV (also it's excellent reputation). I had ClamAV installed before but Immunet includes ClamAV so I have discontinued (uninstalled) it. On my last download of some Rescue Discs (MediCat USB, and All in One – System Rescue Toolkit - see url links below for ref) purely as to see how well they performs, Immunet detected 4 files as malicious - see screenshots attached (for MediCat as example). Here's the quandry: There is a difference between VirusTotal and Immunet - specifically the ClamAV engine. In one ClamAv does not recognize the file yet Immunet and VirusTotal detected malicious content. In another, ClamAV did NOT detect any malicious content but yet Immunet detected a malicious content. Can someone let me know what's going on and if there is a "quirk" in Immunet? I'd like to have some confidence in Immunet's behavior. I assume that the files have been uploaded to the Cloud Community as I have checked the share with community box (Cloud Notifications = On). Ref links: https://www.geckoandfly.com/32030/bootable-windows-pe-recovery-repair/ MediCat USB: https://gbatemp.net/threads/medicat-usb-a-multiboot-linux-usb-for-pc-repair.361577/ All in One - System Rescue Toolkit (AiO_SRT): https://paul.is-a-geek.org/aio-srt/ Thanks in advance. (FYI: I use System Rescue CD, UBCD, Knoppix, Ubuntu 10.04 thru 16.04 Live purely for i386 compatibility - any other suggestions are welcome) JG. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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