Need to disable submit file feature selectively

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by covert, Jun 24, 2006.

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  1. covert

    covert Registered Member

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    I'm working on a batch file that updates my adware app (and other utilities) by using a dialer exe. I have my AV set to not do anything with the file BUT I constantly get the 'submit to eset' popup which I do not want to do. How/where can I disable this feature for at least this one file? I've tried unchecking it in the popup to deselect but it's fruitless...
     
  2. the_sly_dog

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    hello covert.

    try this mate


    hxxp://img61.imageshack.us/img61/1338/ewe2bv.jpg

    hope this helps you
     

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  3. covert

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    Thanks Sly, ;)
    I looked eveywhere for this.
     
  4. the_sly_dog

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    your welcome mate :thumb: :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
     
  5. RejZoR

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    Huh, i don't get it. If it's malware, then it gets detected and you get option to submit it. So if it's a false positive, wouldn0't it be better to fix it and not disabling ThreatSense.NET ?
     
  6. covert

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    Well yes, but the issue is that I didn't have an option to *not* submit it. I agree completely that the threatsense.net should remain enabled but I wasn't given an option not to be nagged to submit the file in the 'submit threat' popup. I'm not sure why I couldn't deny the submission then and there so it wouldn't ask again for that particular file...
     
  7. RejZoR

    RejZoR Registered Member

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    Ever heard of "exclusions"?
     
  8. covert

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    Umm, yes?
    My point was, as I'm explaining this to a painful death, is that there is no way to exclude the file in the submission window, only until I whitelist it manually.
     
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