Does Panda Cloud still disable autoruns?

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by zip, Jun 16, 2012.

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  1. zip

    zip Registered Member

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    I tried PCAV once, when I uninstalled PCAV autoruns were still disabled.

    I'm thinking of trying PCAV again, but I'm scared. :eek:
     
  2. RejZoR

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    Yep its in the settings, check the block to disable autoruns or leave it blank to leave autoruns as is...:thumb: :D
     
  4. pegr

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    The bug you are referring to was fixed in version 1.5.1: -

    "Version 1.5.1 is a maintenance upgrade to version 1.5.0 which fixes some bugs reported by the user community. The bug fixes included are the following:

    Fixed problems disinfecting Google Chrome cookies.
    Fixed problems disinfecting certain compressed malware.
    Fixed Blue Screen of Death problem after upgrading or installing version 1.5.
    Fixed bug which prevented re-enabling autorun.
    Fixed errors when redirecting to webpages from the “I like CloudAV” window.
    Security Toolbar and URL Filter version 2.0.0.17 with Firefox 5.0 compatibility."
     
  5. robinb9

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    can one use Panda Cloud with MSE?
    robin
     
  6. Cloud

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    No, Panda Cloud is not a companion AV solution. It is a full AV solution. We highly recommend that you don't do it, but if you still want to then (despite the risks) you can. Also, adding more AVs does not neccesarily equal better protection.
     
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