potentially dangerous applications

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by windstrings, Jun 10, 2005.

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  1. windstrings

    windstrings Registered Member

    Oct 20, 2004
    Humm.. I excluded a file in amon so nod doesn't freak when I click on it, but if I try to copy and paste it to another location.. . it still won't let me?
    I have to untick the box to scan for potentially dangerous applications?

    It appears you can't exclude a "filename" (to be excluded in all locations), but rather the filename has to be tied to a location, and therefore when I go to move it, amon senses its going somewhere besides the exact location I have excluded and so it prevents the move or copy?

    Is there any way to tell it to leave the file alone period?

    I have tested extensively and I believe the suspected file is benign yet I cannot tell amon to bug off unless I totally untick the box and prevent scanning of other possible threats also?

    Any similiar findings or suggestions would be appreciated..
  2. SSK

    SSK Registered Member

    Nov 28, 2004
    I guess you have to disable Potentially unwanted applications to make sure the in left alone. Amon can only exclude files through the location.
    (Make sure you use both the normal (ie full path) and the 8.3 dos name format to exclude).
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