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Due to the popularity and open source nature of eMule, some third parties have created modified versions of it, which frequently contain spyware and other malware programs. Some fake sites ask for credit card information or require you to sign up for a paid membership. The official eMule is free.  These versions are usually found via rotating advertisements sometimes placed on legitimate sites.

Could be good to know from what source/site the OP is trying to download the program.


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Another open source project which they decided to infect with OpenCandy. Shame....and to do it without ASKING ME, too! This is NOT OKAY & you should be taken off of SourceForge.


If that is correct, then it's very likely it is detected by ESET as a PUA, wich I guess is why you want "help". But there's nothing ESET can do about that and PUA detection are user optional. But if you want to install it then you can do so even if there is a PUA bundled with it.

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