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Dustyn
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reply to Jrb2

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.
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siljaline
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A/V Vendors are not infallible, Dustyn See Profile
Recently, Sophos targeted their own updates as malware. No slight to the nice folks at Sophos.

Windows Defender Shredding custom Hosts without being exluded from detection, et alia.