startup scan issue

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by Salamander, Nov 16, 2005.

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  1. Salamander

    Salamander Registered Member

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    I posted earlier about a problem with NOD 32 and SideStep travel software, which among other things is integrated with IE. NOD 32 classifies it as malware, even though it is software I have intentionally downloaded and use. Every thing I opened IE, I would get a warning message. I put it in the exclusion list in AMON, which solved that problem.

    However, everytime I boot up (and NOD 32 runs a scan) I get a warnihng message. This also happens anytime I run a manual virus scan. Is there a way to tell NOD 32 to ALWAYS ignore SideStep, and quit warning me already?
     
  2. alglove

    alglove Registered Member

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    Not that I can think of. The ability to exclude specific items from on-demand NOD32 scans is not there in the present software. This has been added to the "wish list" thread, and I sure hope it gets implemented in version 3.0.

    The only workarounds I can think of are to turn off detection for all adware/spyware/riskware, or to explicitly tell NOD32 to scan everything else in your computer, except the files involved. Neither one is what I could call a particularly good choice.
     
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