A problem with quarantine

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  1. peri2011

    peri2011 Registered Member

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    I have problem with the quarantine.

    I have a file that always gives false positive, I have excluded.

    Using a folder sync program this file has moved and has been in quarantine.

    I'm going to restore but I can not, the reason is that due to binding of synchronization software and antivirus, the path listed in the quarantine are:

    \\,Y:0000000232149\program\file.exe

    when the correct path is:

    Y:\program\file.exe

    Due to \\,Y:000000000232149\ I can not restore the file, nor does the option "Restore to ..."

    How I can change the reference Nod32 recorded in the quarantine?

    Thank you.

    Ps.: I have to say that this file is important for me because the two copies of the file that I had are in quarantine.

    Also say that I searched the string //Y, in the windows register without success (I'm using Windows 7)
     
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  2. peri2011

    peri2011 Registered Member

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    I have good news and bad, good is that I had a copy of the file in the recycle bin, the bad news is that the quarantine is malfunctioning, and not the fault of the program folder synchronization, because today I have not used .

    He explained the case: I keep a file on a network drive:

    x:\folder\fichero.exe

    Configure exceptions on nod32 in many ways:

    x:\folder\fichero.exe
    x:\*file*
    ...

    And despite the exceptions nod32 file gets quarantined. I go to quarantine, find this file and view the following route:

    \\x;000000000027abb\folder\file.

    And I can not restore it.

    Fortunately this does not occur on local drives and I saved a copy of the file on a local drive, not to lose, but I want to know about the virus and how to fix it.

    Thanks
     
  3. agoretsky

    agoretsky Eset Staff Account

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    Hello,

    If you believe the report of malware being detected on the file to be a false positive alarm, then you should submit a copy to ESET's virus lab so that they may remediate this in a future virus signature database.

    For information on doing so, please see ESET Knowledgebase Article #141, "How to submit virus or potential false positive samples to ESET's labs."

    Regards,

    Aryeh Goretsky
     
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