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FirefoxPortable will be blocked by Kaspersky anti-virus
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John (the Almighty Maker™) uses it but hasn't reported it yet.
P.S. Windows 200 (sic)
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And before anyone complains about the grammar, I'm so jetlagged that my
hands aren't even in the same time zone...
"If you're not part of the solution, you're part of the precipitate."
It's on the contact page and the support page at the very top in an outlined box. And I updated the forum thread on the false positive which is stickied at the top of the General forum. I did all this last night at about 1am.
How is it that no matter how I try and publicize antivirus issues (big outlined boxes and stickies), everyone seems to miss it? I've done just about everything short of take the site down and say "READ THIS DAMNED NOTICE".
Incidentally, the Kaspersky definitions were updated last night to fix the issue.
Sometimes, the impossible can become possible, if you're awesome!
Yes. I've got the same problem, but only with the actuall versions of Firefox 1.5 and the Firtefox 2 beta. Why is it so? - WinXP SP2
But my second problem is that my old version doesn't work properly anymore, so I need a new one.
I use it at winXP+SP2 is OK.
Just only cannot work AT win2000
With the updated Kapersky Virus-definitions?
Sorry, but I've got also an other information. The updated version of Firefox 1.5 has no problem with kapersky, only the new downloaded versions. How can it be like this?
I get false positives with multiple virus scanners.
Most pop on the version of the launcher that came with Firefox Portable 126.96.36.199 (which is unfortunate, that version exhibits odd behavior that I like.) It allows you to open multiple copies of each profile, which, I can't seem to get recent versions to duplicate.
Please read the notice right at the top of the support or contact pages to see the affected virus scanners. There is no need to further comment in the forums unless there is an A/V I'm missing.