A file I have set to be excluded from on demand and on access scanning is continually detected and quarantined.
I’ve downloaded, installed and configured Comodo UserAnywhere. When I attempt to run the app, it downloads the client files and CAV detects uahook.dll as a virus and quarantines it, which causes uahost.exe to fail. I then restored it from quarantine, went into SETTINGS in CAV and excluded it from on access and on demand scanning.
When I attempted to run CUA again, it was again quarantined.
I believe that Comodo should not auto-quarantine the detected files. It should have at least another option in the interface of the on access detection warning–> “Ignore detection”.
By now, its not causing any big trouble the F.P., but if a windows system file gets detected, and gets quarantined, it could cause serious problems to windows… Its very dangerous to auto quarantine a file.