Re: #spyserver #win10 #spyserver #spyserver #win10


Kai
 

Win10 updated itself, the existing SDRsharp wouldn't open, even after adding to the whitelist in Kaspersky AV, uninstalled Kaspersky, tried using Defender, same problem.

Eventually found an older SDRsharp.exe which worked, not ideal as the current exe is faster and has better features but at least it works.

On 4/10/21 10:16 am, Glenn Blum wrote:
Windows Defender does this in Windows 10. I had this issue earlier this year when I set up my server. You have to go into Windows defender and make a exception so windows does not try to remove the file. I bet the Windows Defender see the SPY and automatically think it’s a dangerous file.
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On Sun, Oct 3, 2021 at 11:56 PM, eyilmaz wrote:
Is anything "dangerous" inside really !!!
The anti-virus cartel are making a living out of fear and misinformation. If you download from our website, you can safely ignore this false positive.

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