Akwardly i have a combo of eset online scanner with the free version.
I had some trojan horses generics nesting in the labs base folder...
Running hitman and eset, some mallwarebytes and SFC.EXE it was all ok again to be short, i had much more damage than this.
repaired myself trough cmd .
I want to be tight and secure and running the eset over kapersky paid version again. still getting some deleted objects again, when installed back again the AVP of kaspersky.
it is still running now but i will send a photo of this.
can this be considered as false if it is back again a trojan generic horse ???
Best answer by Schulte
let me explain in simple words:
what ESET is telling you is quite normal. AV programs often recognize other AV programs as a danger. An AV program intervenes deeply in the system, which seems dangerous to the other AV program.
The evaluation on Freefixers is only 'bullshit'. Obviously, users who don't know anything about KL products have rated it. Your screenshots also show the rating of a ten year old version (AVP9)...
'kjim.kdl' is a component of the KL products, it is a special .DLL, digitally signed and is checked by your KTS for unharmedness at every start.