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Thread: Re: Beware of McAfee for NOF v 9,10,11

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    gotFusion LLC
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    Default Re: Beware of McAfee for NOF v 9,10,11

    ...
    It's good that you located the problem. Did you report this problem to
    McAfee?

    Can you tell McAfee to ignore files in certain folders? If not, you may
    want to look into another product.

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    "Bdosso" wrote in message news:1_84_11831@gfwebforum.com...
    > After much pain and cost I have diagnosed that McAfee is mistakenly
    > quarantining sitestyle.xsl files used in NOF 9, 10 and 11. I also use
    > v7.5 but
    > those styles are not quarantined. NOF needs these files when you go to
    > the
    > Styles menu to select banners, buttons etc. When opening a NOD or
    > Template
    > with these site styles, McAfee informs you that a Trojan has been
    > quarantined.
    > The non-trojan is the sitestyle.xsl file.
    >
    > The only solution was to uninstall McAfee,disabling McAfee did not work.
    > Even
    > when McAfee was disabled it still was able to quarantine the files, don't
    > ask
    > me how. When NOF.exe was added to McAfee's "permitted" programs that too
    > did
    > not work. After I uninstalled McAfee all NOF worked as it should.
    >
    > I have used the McAfee product for about a year with NOF 9,10,11 with no
    > problems. McAfee must have issued a new udpate within the last few weeks
    > causing this problem.
    >
    > I hope this info helps.
    >
    > Bruno
    >





  2. #2
    Allison Moore
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    Default Re: Beware of McAfee for NOF v 9,10,11


    > If not, you may
    > want to look into another product.


    I left McAfee years ago. It wasn't landing high enough in the anti-virus
    comparison tests I was reading. NOD32 is usually at or near the top of
    the list. I've had no problems with it quarantining files it shouldn't.

    OTOH, Counterspy (anti-malware) recently quarantined my password manager.

    Allison




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