why does Norton do everything possible to not let you download this program and even let you run it?
this program is windows approved and I have used it for years.
Norton deleted the program from my computer.
Please see asosetup.exe > VirusTotal report here <link>
Take a look at History > Quarantine > if you want to go against Norton > then Restore and Exclude
For second opinion > choose file and / or search hash at VirusTotal (link is external) or upload file to VirSCAN (link is external) and/or Jotti. (link is external) and/or submit for review analysis > click > How to report false positives
Ive tried all these suggestions. Next time I boot up Norton again removes ASO. It is not illegal to dare to use a system product other than Norton. Will you reimburse me for the now redundant ASO software I'm unable to use?
If you want to go against Norton you'll have to Exclude the item...Based upon the VirusTotal report that I posted earlier you'll find Symantec ~ PUA.AdvSysOptimizer ~ Signature.
Try Exclude the PUA.AdvSysOptimizer ~ Signature > that will Exclude PUA.AdvSysOptimizer from All Detections.
Click Configure [+] at the third Exclude option > Add > search for PUA.AdvSysOptimizer (may be under Security Risk category) > Add > Apply
Note: Loading Security Risks, Please wait.... may take a few moments to load the Security Risks list.
You can also turn off Download Intelligence to get aso download saved to your machine. Since, you have not replied. I'll presume you've sorted aso.
The Suggestion regarding excluding the signature works. When selecting the PUA.AdvSysOptimizer from the security risk category, select PUA.AdvSysProtector as well.
Thanks. I had to fiddle and add another few keys but finally it worked.
g semple: Thanks. I had to fiddle and add another few keys but finally it worked.
Care to share what you mean by "another few keys"...?
asosetup.exe Threat name: PUA.AdvSysOptimizer
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asosetup.exe Threat name: Trojan.Gen.2
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VirusTotal report <here>
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