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ADogNamedGromit

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  1. I mean no problem with this description. I am digging into what has forced me to change 3 family computers to Linux and Chromium OS and made one main PC be reloaded 6 times in a row better. This virus was found repeatedly inside the download of CDXP. It may be only in the installer. The post above is me researching what this virus is and it is from an Antivirus software page about that specific virus. I am trying to remove this infection over and over and over. It is causing me some major headache. Only one software even comes close to removing it and that is ESET. 5 other antivirus software just skip it including Avast and Malwarebytes No system I have found repair the damage to windows or to the registry this virus causes. Symptoms include Black screen of death locking user out of system, IP stack corruption disrupting all network connectivity also impossible to fix with any repair method , Programs randomly misbehaving, Code being repeatedly being written onto other exe files. It is a virus that locks on to a type of code and injects itself into it so that it may infect other systems. I do not know how it gets into this installer. Obviously not into the CDXP itself. I can only figure that the virus likes the installer and can easily attack it. I am only trying to problem solve my own machines. I have just gone through 1.5 years of reloading systems over this awfulness. I realize it is not your fault but there must be some basic remedy if not clear Identification of the actual problem. I realize your own code is clean and you really cannot control the installer code or the virus itself. All I can do is point out the easiest Identification and solution. There are not too many solutions here. Eset rescue disk is free and the best one I have found. It at least Identify the virus and problem. I have found no repair for windows at this time other than completely reloading it.
  2. https://fortiguard.com/encyclopedia/virus/7556062 W32/FusionCore.Q is classified as a file infector. A file infector is a type of malware that has the capability to propagate by attaching its code to other programs or files. The Fortinet Antivirus Analyst Team is constantly updating our descriptions. Please check the FortiGuard Encyclopedia regularly for updates. Recommended Action Make sure that your FortiGate/FortiClient system is using the latest AV database. Quarantine/delete files that are detected and replace infected files with clean backup copies.
  3. I have this program and also have a Eset flags this as a virus. It is not a nice bug. I have black screens Printers and network access shut down by it. I must reload a machine repeatedly for 1 year. I am quite sure it is this as I regularly rely on it. It flags it with Cryptoobfuscator and Win32:/fusioncore.Q virus The virus writes itself on to other files and kind of mutates to other versions of fusioncore.I and L I think your program itself is very good. It does fantastic things and has never failed me (as other products pump out disks with flaws over and over.). The features are fantastic. Even to know what disks my system can burn is a great feature. I may try the idea above to get this fixed. It is a shame that it must come with some sort of a virus. How can you let this happen? It is like giving someone A beautiful nice piece of cake with a fly baked inside it. I do not mean to complain but this is not good. My comment is entirely supportive of such a good product. At the very least the download version on your website should be scanned and cleaned regularly for people. How does it even get on your version? Is the infection from the Web??? Very Respectfully, Rick M
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