Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by erikloman, May 25, 2012.
3.1.9 build 363
Build 363 is running OK but I see Norton is still interfering with Alert causing high CPU usage after certain updates.
Does anyone know if the free vs paid chart still applies to 2016 versions?
Here is the chart https://www.wilderssecurity.com/thre...iscussion-thread.324841/page-164#post-2460905
Nothing major appears to have been added. So...
does Exclude help...I have HMP and HMP.Alert as Exclusion in Norton.
Okay, thank you, I appreciate the reply.
1) You get a notification that an update is available, and after the next reboot HMP.Alert is automatically updated.
This is happening #5411:
The upgrade can be blocked according to #7686:
Update went smooth on my laptop's system.
@ mood-- thanks a heap for the education!
363 works well in my win10x64 with SSF 10.7.5 and SBie 5.10
The potplayer issue i have reported is settled after I changed it to the latest x64 version.
Sometimes, the flash plugin crashes in sandboxed 360 topspeed browser (kernel is chrome). Now I am using "flashblock". So far it is ok.
So thanks to Loman i´m kicking it however so far 3 bugs i experienced. You can check if security is active on browsing when moving cursor to upper top however sometimes it doesn´t react wich either indicates that the security is not active or simply the green bar and icons are not available. I´m hoping it´s the latter. Secondly nomather how many scans i perform the main screen will always show that this computer has never been scanned before. Lastly the desktop icon shows there´s no update available. I am using build 360 but 365 is allready available.
Not build 365 is available, but build 363.
On my two Windows 7 systems I see the same, the HMPA 22.214.171.1240 updater says "No update available".
Yesterday, Mark said "All users will be automatically updated to build 363 later today or tomorrow." It's still 'tomorrow', so I guess we'll get the update later today.
Remember before 363, the last build was 361 or 2, not sure, so the updater might update from earlier versions. Don't know
If memory serves settings and license information are preserved if you uninstall/reinstall, but perhaps someone else can confirm?
I can confirm the first one of these. Scanning with HMP within HMP.A wouldn't change the status.
The "No update available" seems to be common and already known.
Maybe released in a phased manner?
I'm not sure if this is a bug or something specific to my laptop's system. It says "Scan Cancelled" even though HMP ran and was scanning (I have the standalone HMP installed).
362 and now 363 sometimes cause problems with my W7 sidebar gadgets where after boot one or more of the gadgets don't seem to start and show up. After a restart they usually start up as normal.
Running 363 when I booted up I got a USB Keyboard alert because I had a Yubikey plugged in but I had disabled "Bad USB". It also happened twice with build 361 and both times it was a false positive and "Bad USB" was disabled. It only happened all 3 times at boot-up. Win 10 x64.
Don't know if this is relevant, but you might want to check it out:
Automatic 363 upgrade works as smooth as silk. Win 10 64 bit F-secure appguard.
In my time zone, 'tomorrow' has passed, and on my two Windows 7 systems, HMPA 126.96.36.1990 was not automatically updated to build 363.
Is this as planned, or was there a change of plan, or is something wrong with auto updating build 360 to 363?
From Hitman Pro Alert 3.1.8 build 360 I have no updates available.
Another pc of mine automatically updated yesterday from build 362 to 363.
You may want to correct the italian translation for "scan the computer" in the traybar, wich now states :"Scansion ail computer" instead of "Scansiona il computer"
All works fine, thanks.
No auto-update from build 360, on 14 machines at work.
On my private office machine auto-update, from build 362, happened soon after announcement.
No issues so far.
I imaged my system drive then, afterward, uninstalled old HMPA. Then I installed new HMPA & rebooted. All my settings were preserved. Life is goooood!
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