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  Eset quarantines a .tmp object - safe?
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    Phyneas posted on Jan 26, 2015 7:18:33 AM - Report post
     
    Hi,

    Recently, and perhaps it is due to Eset updating its definitions, when I try and run several different trainers, I get a notice saying that a variant of MSIL/Packed.DotBundle.A has been detected in a tmp file. I know that these trainers involve coding that can look suspicious to AV software while being perfectly harmless, but since the problem has cropped up in several of the trainers, I just wanted to check that it is okay. I have the trainers in a folder that is excluded from scanning and I have been using your trainers for years and never had this problem before, which is why I bring it up. I am not at all insinuating that there is anything wrong with the trainers, I just want to be sure before I exclude the trainers from quarantine or disable the AV to let them work. I ran the trainers through the multiple scanner as suggested in virus - read here first thread and only got back 6 out of 22 as positive, but I thought I'd mention it anyway. Thanks.
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    0x90 posted on Jan 26, 2015 7:53:38 AM - Report post
     
    You need to excluse this temp file as well. Just put an exception on it.
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    Phyneas posted on Jan 26, 2015 9:28:22 AM - Report post
     
    Thanks for the response and the confirmation, I will exclude it as well.
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