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ws.reputation.1 madness

So my #1 gripe with Norton has always been this ws.reputation.1 crap that deletes perfectly innocent files because too few people use them or whatever.

Luckily after a few versions where restoring was difficult & excluding the files next to impossible you had an easy "restore & exclude from future scans" option recently that served me well for a year or so.

Today my Norton suddenly went old-skool full annoyance again, throwing away 4 files (that I've used for close to 10 years now, perfectly harmless) and not allowing me to easily restore them. I select "exclude from scans" only to have the files thrown out again a minute later.

Could you please be a tat less paranoid and let me get that easy option back? A simple "we detect a possible threat, but would you like to exclude & restore the file since you as an end-user know your computer better than we do?" would be nice.

I could post some vapid threat about jumping ship but tbh overall Norton is like the least annoying of all anti-virus things & I still have 200+ days on my subscription. However if this is becoming a regular annoyance again, you will have 1 thoroughly disgruntled customer :S

Just as a "customer survey" the thing I expect from my anti-virus is that it doesn't bother me. I have had maybe 3 viruses in 20 years of computer use. Stay out of my way and don't pester me, I only need you so my on-line banking falls under insurance regulations.

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Re: ws.reputation.1 madness

Norton is a pain in the ass. I'm just going to ditch it, I'm sick of all these stupid warnings coming up, even though no real threat has been detected.

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Re: ws.reputation.1 madness

Please review: WS.Reputation.1 detection.
https://community.norton.com/en/forums/clarification-wsreputation1-detection
Files reported as WS.Reputation.1 may not necessarily be malicious, and may be a false positive detection. Should you be uncertain whether a file has been reported correctly, you may submit file to https://www.virustotal.com for second opinion scan with multiple antivirus engines.
If you believe a file has been mistakenly detected by WS.Reputation.1, you may submit a dispute at https://submit.symantec.com/false_positive/.

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