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JvH

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  1. WHY should we trust you? Shouting you are trustworthy is not convincing. Somebody independed might be mistaking, but nevertheless I trust a independed orginasation more..... And Eset has a pretty good reputation. And trusting or not is my decision, not yours! But if reacting crossed is all you can do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
  2. I am under the impression that nobody cares . . . . . A shame for a formerly fine program
  3. Nobody interested? Any reaction? Silence might mean that Eset is right . . . . . . . That would be a shame, a fine program is corrupted by malware
  4. I use CDBXP for many years, but recently I get a warning from Eset Internet Security that the installation program (not the program itself) contains malware (2!): Logboek D:\voor installatie e.d\cdbxp_setup_4.5.7.6452.exe = INNO = {tmp}\Fusion.dll - een variant van Win32/FusionCore.I potentieel ongewenste toepassing - geselecteerde actie uitgesteld tot scan voltooid is Logboek D:\voor installatie e.d\cdbxp_setup_4.5.7.6452.exe = INNO - een variant van Win32/FusionCore.I potentieel ongewenste toepassing - geselecteerde actie uitgesteld tot scan voltooid is I hope you underst
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