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hi i have windows 7 64 bit i run latesty version of avast as my anti virus. i also installed latest version of immunet but the problem being immunet immunet keeps pick up w32.crypt its quarantines it i delete it but it keeps alerting me in the taskbar its picked it up again any idea as to why this is happning any help would be greatful thx. it also picks up another 1 as well called banjob something like that hope to hear from any 1 that knows a work around on this problem. ps i posted here as i think there false positves ive heared that can happen so i posted here hope im in the right section of the forum.

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Guest Orlando

Can you post here the file in question?

 

Do you know the path of this "FP"?

 

Orlando

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Guest radiofan

Can you post here the file in question?

 

Do you know the path of this "FP"? i dont sorry its jus immunet detects it it doesent say where it is u see its just a warning that pops up in taskbar its jus detected anothyer 1 now called piano fx studio but thats a trail programme ive downloaded and its safe i dont want to uninstall that if u see my meaning the other ones as i said its picking up im sure its false positive

 

Orlando

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We need the file or Md5 for fix the False Positive.

 

Orlando

ok im re scanning now ive managed to delete them now if i see them come up again ill look to see where the files reside to and post back on here ok just hope i can find where they are i did me avast scan 1st all clear this thing went on to detect like 60 odd diffrent things i think another thing was a cd some 1 made of amiga games but there must have been malware attached to the files as i was getting back door trojan etc etc but im now re running the scan and ill post back wen i know more thx 4 the help

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You can go to quarantine and restore malware/false positive then you can send to us.

 

Orlando

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To find the path to the file:

1) open Immunet and click the History button

2) change View By -> Default to View By -> All File Events

3) In the box on the left, select the file name. On the box on the right you should see File Path, with the full path to the file below it.

 

We won't know until we see the file, but sounds like you may be infected. This doc might be helpful:

http://support.immunet.com/tiki-read_article.php?articleId=27

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U have avast antivirus.

Go and create an file exclusion: c:/windows/temp ( go to settings and then go to add new exclusions and put it there)

And ur false positive will be gone.

 

<With avast antivirus anyone is good to make this exclusion.>

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To find the path to the file:

1) open Immunet and click the History button

2) change View By -> Default to View By -> All File Events

3) In the box on the left, select the file name. On the box on the right you should see File Path, with the full path to the file below it.

 

We won't know until we see the file, but sounds like you may be infected. This doc might be helpful:

http://support.immunet.com/tiki-read_article.php?articleId=27

 

 

Hello - I too have that problem,

 

Here is the Path i found on my Immunet History: C:\Windows\Temp\_Avast_\unp93705434.tmp

 

and there are 4 more entries with the same type of path.

However, it says Quarantine Failed.

 

What can I do to remove. I tried my AntiVirus AVAST, but it won't even detect it?

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Guest Orlando

Please go in settings and add this path in exclusions (C:\Windows\Temp).

 

Orlando

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