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Hello eset , Here are the hostile links

 

 

 

www.keygenguru.com/catalog/s/1.html         (This site brings a lot of virus.)

 

 

 

 

 

www.enigmasoftware.com/           (It is a false antivirus finally a rogue.)

 

 

 

 

 

hxxp://www.mypcbackup.com/%C2'> (This site make you download a rogue in spite of this software has a Publisher)

 

 

 

 

 

Sorry of the spelling mistakes, I am French

 

nbko52

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Hello and welcome,

 

Could you please de-link your links so no one accidentally clicks on them. Thanks.

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Hello siljaline, these site the one a lot of virus, but eset has them to me to remove thus my pc is reassured, but it is necessary that eset block(surround) these sites in urgencies!

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Do you mean why does your ESET product quarantine the files ? In this case the infection was not detected. Which brings into question the setup of your software.

 

Please tell us the product version you are using to assist you further. Also run a full system scan as was requested.

 

 

 

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What I want to tell you it is that it is necessary to add the links in the base of Given , eset my blocked  by attacks coming from its sites and has to block  the viruses which sites have me send, I do not need a disinfection, just to add the links to the base  of given. Thank you for your answers

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I'm sorry and maybe its just me, but I don't understand how the "hosts file" came into the discussion. 

 

The TS is saying that he thinks the sites in the first post are "hostile" wich can be translated to....

 

 unfriendlyunkindbitterunsympatheticmalicious,viciousrancorousvenomouspoisonousvirulentantagonistic,aggressiveconfrontationalbelligerenttruculentvitriolicbellicose,pugnaciouswarlike

 

And I also think he wonders why products by Enigma like Spyhunter is not detected as he sees it as a rogue product.

 

Pour OP est-ce correct? Juste pour être sûr que nous comprenons ce que vous dites exactement :)   

Si elle n'est pas correcte, alors essayez un outil de traduction comme Google traduction pour traduire votre texte anglais et le poster ici. Merci.

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I just ask that the hostile links be put in the base of given, do not leave in another subject I just want that, thank you anyway for your help  and I hope that eset will see this message.

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Tracking cookies are not malicious and so they are not detected by ESET software. You can use ad-blocking software and/or browser addons for that purpose, there's plenty to chose from.

 

Regarding Enigma Software Group and Spyhunter in particular, their past history isn't really a beautiful fairytale, but after they made some "changes" its no longer classified as a rogue product AFAIK. But each vendor may look at this differently of course. Not that I ever will use their software personally or recommend anyone else to use their software! 

 

Some history: hxxp://hphosts.blogspot.com/2010/01/enigma-software-group-so-much-for.html

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