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Scanner found a malicious file.
If you write lslog -s, you can see it in the logs, but when you write lslog -d, there are no records.

What's wrong?

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Hi Wallseat,

lslog -d output shows only infections found by real-time protection. I can see listed malware scans on attached screenshot, so I suppose, that malicious file you are mentioning was detected during these scans.

To see detections from scans you need to list scan details:

1) list malware scans with log name (using --with-log-name)


2) use log name from previous output to access scan detections (using --ods-detections=)



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