Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by Emre TINAZTEPE, Jan 20, 2015.
Emre is busy with the real time protection feature
You're doing a great job here ida15..I think its about time that the mods promoted both yours and Emre's status to developers...I know developing isn't your role but you are a member of Zemana staff.
@clubhouse1: Thank you for your kind words. I am trying my best
Ida wanted me to say hi to wilders and below is a "Hi" for everyone supporting Zemana AntiMalware by sending out feedbacks (even negative).
Please stay tuned until we are done with the testing of cloud based real time protection.
ETA for the feature is at the end of this month +- 2 weeks.
Thanks for the fast reply @Emre TINAZTEPE
Hi Emre, thanks for stopping by
Awesome I cant wait, keep up the great work! ZAM.
Will us test members with lifetime keys be upgraded to real time automatically?
Nice, very eager to try it
Yes and thank you.
Have a great Monday everyone!
You are welcome
Can I have a link to the latest beta please?
Latest beta ( 22.214.171.124 )
Latest beta ( 126.96.36.199 portable)
I have an early version of Java installed. A couple of weeks ago, I installed Firefox v41.0 in this particular snapshot. I have just done a scan with the portable version of ZAM since that install of Firefox browser, and it comes up with a PUA detection which I think is harmless on my system...I have chosen to exclude it from future detection.
You can always report as a false positive, for future references.
I wasn't sure if it was an FP...Apparently, you think it is.
You said it was harmless so I trust you on that hehe.
You can always contact our support and they will take care of this for you.
It is OK! I won't bother...I never use Java, anyway.
OK, thanks for sharing and posting in this thread.
Wish you a fantastic day!
You, too...Thankyou. I have posted in this thread, but you have to go back to before you joined Wilders' forum.
Yup I know, just expressing my gratitude
This item is most probably a false positive
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