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Hi JohnJ, if you create a custom exception rule for "Immunet's entire Program Files folder" with Defender that should stop the false positives from occurring. By default Defender is already excluded with Immunet.

If you're not sure how & you have Windows 10 here is a link that gives you detailed instructions on how to create an exception rule with Defender.
https://www.windowscentral.com/how-exclude-files-and-folders-windows-defender-antivirus-scans

 

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Windows 10's Defender automatically disables itself if it detects Immunet installed, so will only flag up Immunet's files if you set it to scan your hard disk regularly (which is off by default when you install another AV program). I haven't yet found a way of running the two in parallel like you could on previous versions of Windows.

Personally I'd just disable Defender completely and use something else as a second-opinion scanner for occasional on-demand scans, such as MalwareBytes, F-Secure Online, Emsisoft Emergency kit, or others...

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