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I just upgraded to ClamAV paid version and during my first full scan it detected a whole slew of Comodo files (CAV1A1B.tmp) ect as trojans. Then the program itself froze so I had to do a hard restart. Is there a way to get these files out of quarantine? This program could really use a "report to Immunet/Sourcefire" option. I'm using ClamAV for Windows Plus 2.0.17.36

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It's probably TETRA engine the cause of the FP end not of the ClamAV, for restore the file go in the GUI and chose quarantine in the central column. Now click on the malware and then restore it. The file will be automatically put in the exclusion. I'll contact Alfred for fix the problem in the roots. The FP will be fixed.

 

For safe put the Comodo folder in the exclusion, for this process go in the settings and put it.

 

Orlando

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I just upgraded to ClamAV paid version and during my first full scan it detected a whole slew of Comodo files (CAV1A1B.tmp) ect as trojans. Then the program itself froze so I had to do a hard restart. Is there a way to get these files out of quarantine? This program could really use a "report to Immunet/Sourcefire" option. I'm using ClamAV for Windows Plus 2.0.17.36

 

Watasha,

 

As Orlando point out, pulling them our of quarantine should be straight forward, let us know if you have any issues there. Please sure though that the tmp files were not old viruses that Comodo had not caught and then thrown in tmp files in their working directory.

 

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