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SeaMonkey 2.53.16

C:\PORTABLE\SEAMONKEYPORTABLE\APP\SEAMONKEY\UNINSTALL\HELPER.EXEThe file has been deleted. You could recover this file from quarantine as needed Win32/Heur.Generic.HxQBSugA

C:\PORTABLE\SEAMONKEYPORTABLE\APP\SEAMONKEY\LDIF60.DLLThe file has been deleted. You could recover this file from quarantine as needed Win32/Heur.Generic.Hx4CSugA

What do you do restore it or leave it quarantined

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Clean File

It's a clean file according to every antivirus: https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/ee64cc36a73d206c5d5462b01282a5286796...

This file isn't really used by SeaMonkey in portable mode as far as I know. You may consider disabling heuristics in whatever antivirus you're using if it's causing issues like this.

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what about the other one

what about the other one

C:\PORTABLE\SEAMONKEYPORTABLE\APP\SEAMONKEY\LDIF60.DLLThe file has been deleted. You could recover this file from quarantine as needed Win32/Heur.Generic.Hx4CSugA

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Restore

You should recover that. That's part of SeaMonkey. And it's also clean: https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/767e6057efa41f32d3d590a616b47170c093...

Make sure to update your antivirus to the latest definitions and report these issues to them.

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Thanks

Thanks
BTW what does it do
Seamonkey portable works fine

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No Idea

The details within the DLL say it is a part of SeaMonkey so likely some specific feature will break if your antivirus mistakenly deletes it.

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the 64 bit does not have

the 64 bit does not have those
only the 32 bit
using 32 bit and tried transfering to 64 and tranfering data breaks the program
went back to a the older version

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Leave internal files alone

Like most apps, SeaMonkey will not work if you mess with the files. I'd suggest reinstalling after fixing your antivirus false positive issues. 32bit and 64bit apps often have different unique files. They are not interchangeable and files should not be copied between them.

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seamonkey without those files

seamonkey worked without those files
there is some thing wrong with the program

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App Is Fine, Antivirus

SeaMonkey works without issue on Windows 7 to 11 both 32-bit and 64-bit. If your antivirus is deleting files within it and possibly preventing others from being accessed, the issue is with your antivirus. It's not something we can fix on our end. The files your antivirus is randomly messing with are built by the SeaMonkey team and are bundled within SeaMonkey Portable without alteration.

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