Avast scan files
Avast antivirus always scans my project files
INDEPENDENT support (chat for Windows, Windows applications, and many other things) – online scanners (URL/File/Java/others) – simply state the problem/ask your question in the channel and wait. NO SECURITY TOOL PROTECTS A SYSTEM FROM A USER’S DUMBNESS.
INDEPENDENT support (chat for Windows, Windows applications, and many other things) – online scanners (URL/File/Java/others) – simply state the problem/ask your question in the channel and wait.
NO SECURITY TOOL PROTECTS A SYSTEM FROM A USER’S DUMBNESS.
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When I first compiled and run my software in dev console, my computer began to lag, and it produced a bunch of.tmp files on my desktop with names like trzFE47.tmp. When my computer began to lag, I had to turn it off. I even checked the background processes with task manager for anything unusual, but there was nothing, so when I rebooted my computer and went to compile my.cpp program again, avast alerted me that a suspicious item had been found, and here is my code.
Any software that Avast hasn’t seen before is considered “suspicious” by it. Typically, it “scans” the software, finds nothing, and allows you to continue running it. It’s a smart idea to add the folder where you compile the code to an anti-virus system’s exclusion list.
To see if your compiled file is infected with a virus Simply add your compilation folder to your antivirus’s exceptions list, then right-click on the.exe file and run an antivirus scan. If it says your file has a virus, it almost definitely does, and if it doesn’t, it should say no viruses or malware were found. It was effective for me:)
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Nothing was displayed before, and I mean before a very long time, unless anything was actually found. That was common sense to me; if you were using it to search a single file, the scan would have been completed by the time the UI threw up anything to display progress for a single file, as explained in the topic title. As I previously said, the tray icon should be animated for a brief period of time during the scan, and you should also receive the toaster popup. On-demand scans, such as the context/right click scan, are greatly depreciated in an on-access, resident scanner system. Newly generated files should be scanned by the Web Shield or the File System Shield, whether they were downloaded or imported from a USB stick, for example.
I agree with Rekrul that you need a dialogue box with, ideally, a progress bar to show you that the scan is actually running, whether it’s on a single file, folder, drive, or entire device.
This is a dumb pattern I’ve seen in other programs as well, where the user isn’t given ‘unnecessary’ details or none at all until the software is over. It is extremely unhelpful in my opinion. What I want is visual proof that a scan is in progress, a summary of what is being scanned, and an estimation of how long it will take to complete. A decent GUI with a status/dialogue box and a progress bar accomplishes this in the easiest way possible.
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Is it possible to add a file to the search exclusion list in Avast Antivirus? I received a popup message indicating that a “suspicious file” had been found, and when I clicked “Add this file to the scan exclusion list,” nothing appeared to happen. Is there a way to delete a particular file from the scan list in some other way?
This is a dilemma I’ve recently experienced. And you are correct; I tried selecting the connection to add the file to the exclusion list, but it does nothing (meaning, if you click it, the UI does nothing; the popup still says there).