"File may not be suitable for submission"

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by johnpd, Apr 13, 2012.

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    After almost every virus database update a message along the lines of "a file may not be suitable for submission" pops up. I have scanned my computer with NOD32 (v4.2.64.12), Malwarebytes, SuperAntispyware, and Spybot and they find nothing. NOD32 detected something (HTML/ScrInject.B.Gen virus) a couple of weeks ago while I was browsing the Internet. It terminated the page and quarantined it. I removed what was in quarantine. What is up?

    JohnD
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    Thanks,

    Removed "FND0.NFI" from the Charon folder. "CACHE.NDB" could not be removed since it was in use by NOD32. Does this file have to be deleted as well?

    JohnD
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    Hey
    Regarding the "CACHE.NDB" , no this file does not have to be deleted.
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    I still got the pop-up message today, but I was finally able to see what file NOD32 was referencing. I was able to click on the balloon pop-up before it disappeared. It referenced the file "file.htm". It did not say where it was so I am assuming it has information about this file in the "cache.ndb" file. I submitted it to ESET so maybe that will end the pop-ups.

    JohnD
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    Well it looks like it has been resolved. I had run into that site a second time and got the threat message and again it was quarantined. I submitted it twice. Once when it first came up and again a day later. It seems like that resolved it. No "submission" messages since then. Nothing in the "Charon" folder except the cache.ndb file.

    Thanks for your help,

    JohnD
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