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Re: ESET makes again a mess of their definitions
I think most top vendors out their by now have had their fair share of definition muck ups. It's unfortunate but it happens. It also helps to have your product configured a certain way so it doesn't just auto delete anything and everything it may flag. I've been lucky... when I hear of a corrupted or bad definition file that flags legitimate programs or Windows system files, I'm either a definition version behind, or my A/V skipped that one and installed the next fixed version.
Remember that cool hidden "Graffiti Wall" here on BBR? After the name change I became the "owner", so to speak as it became: Dustyn's Wall »[Serious] RIP