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Sysinspector and false alarms


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I recently began using ESET Remote Administrator and Endpoint Antivirus in our small network. When I run sysinspector, it flags certain files and processes as dangerous that are necessary for our company. For instance, clientagent.vbs is assigned a risk level 6 though it is necessary for connection to the Windows Small Business Server. And one of our own pieces of software is assigned a level 5. I would like to have sysinspector ignore these, if possible. Is there a way to add these as exceptions or control what files and processes sysinspector flags?

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SysInspector basically does not have false alarms as its purposes is only to evaluate the suspiciousness of files or registry values based on various criteria and does not take any action on these objects. It's up to the analyst or user to interpret whether or not the object is suitable.

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