more flexible

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more flexible

F-secure meets most my needs, I am running Technical preview 10 and still have trouble stopping f-secure from blocking,  quarentine or removing files I know are not dangerous or files I want to keep.

I have used the location exclusion and f-secure stills checks there.  

 There should be an ignore or forget setting.  Other than this issue,  f-secure is great. Thanks for letting me participate in the data. 

Thank you 

Mario

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Superuser

Re: more flexible

Hello,

 

Will be good.. if your situation goes be normal with that settings.

 

It's can be that.. some of files not possible to "excluded", because it goes be marked as too much malicious.

 

But with common settings around exclusion-lists (both ones) - it's should be work and should be all OK. But time to time required add not just "direct path", but also just a folder. With my experience... basically of files normally goes be excluded (if I decided to do that), but with some of steps.. it's available to get detection (but there more related with my hard-steps around).

 

Also.. with spyware/suspicious files.. should be real-time prompt, where possible to add for "exclusion" automatically (such as one-time choose) and already it will be excluded under "applications lists".

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Superuser

Re: more flexible

Hello,

 

Can be trouble-point... that you created rules for manual-scanning exclusions lists, but real-time scanning exclusions list still without rules about "ignored folders/directories/files"? Or another variant.

 

F-Secure have different lists for various type of scanning (manual and real-time) and for prevent detection by both of variants.. need to create exclusion under both lists.

 

Sorry if I wrong understand your words or situation.

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Aspirant

Re: more flexible

Thank you for your reply, I will try creating both lists.
Thanks
Mario
Superuser

Re: more flexible

Hello,

 

Will be good.. if your situation goes be normal with that settings.

 

It's can be that.. some of files not possible to "excluded", because it goes be marked as too much malicious.

 

But with common settings around exclusion-lists (both ones) - it's should be work and should be all OK. But time to time required add not just "direct path", but also just a folder. With my experience... basically of files normally goes be excluded (if I decided to do that), but with some of steps.. it's available to get detection (but there more related with my hard-steps around).

 

Also.. with spyware/suspicious files.. should be real-time prompt, where possible to add for "exclusion" automatically (such as one-time choose) and already it will be excluded under "applications lists".

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Re: more flexible

Thank you again, I am testing the new settings with both lists now.
Thanks
Mario