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Norton 2010 keeps deleting the trainer..
I opted for trusting the file and restoring it from quarantine, but Norton 2010 keeps considering it as a high risk and deletes it from my computer whenever I run it.
has anyone else faced this? anyone know of a workaround (without shutting down Norton) that prevents Norton from deleting it?
many thanks in advance.
add it in exception list of your anti virus
AdmiralThrawn posted on Nov 06, 2009 4:46:50 PM - Report post
Disable Norton, unpack the trainer, add the trainer as an auto-protect exclusion in Norton, and then re-enable Norton.
Throw a blanket over it
Ten minutes of entertainment, crammed into three hours.
I added the whole folder where the trainer resides in the auto-protect exception list... but Norton 2010 keeps deleting it whenever I run it.
it doesn't delete it when scanning though.
anyway.. i'm just gonna keep disabling Norton whenever I run the trainer.
thanks everyone for the input
Saucermote posted on Nov 10, 2009 7:24:34 PM - Report post
I had the same problem with kaspersky internet security 2010. I had to specify the "virus type" and the folder, but I got it to stop deleting my trainers. Funny, I didn't have this problem running Eset's Nod32.
Fortunately or unfortunately this is not the fault of Cheat Happens, they have to use a key/memory hook, which just happens to look like bad things to security software.
Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law.
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