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I am trying to install the x64 version of MinimWatch on my Window 7 64 bit laptop that is also running Norton Internet Security.
I can not install the application because Norton identifies ohnetjni.dll as a threat named WS.Reputation.1 and automatically deletes the dll.
Has anyone else experienced this problem?
How can I install this application safely?


Norton Internet Security Report
Filename: ohnetjni.dll
Threat name: WS.Reputation.1
Full Path: c:\users\chip\appdata\roaming\minimwatch\data\tmp\native\ohnetjni.dll
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Details
Unknown Community Usage,  Unknown Age,  Risk Medium

Origin
Downloaded from
 Unknown

Activity
Actions performed: Actions performed: 1
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On computers as of 
Not Available

Last Used 
2015-03-08 at 07:46:53

Startup Item 
No

Launched 
No
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Unknown
It is unknown how many users in the Norton Community have used this file.

Unknown
This file release is currently not known.

Medium
This file risk is medium.

Threat type: Insight Network Threat. There are many indications that this file is untrustworthy and therefore not safe
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Source: External Media
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File Actions
File: c:\users\chip\appdata\roaming\minimwatch\data\tmp\native\ ohnetjni.dll Removed
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File Thumbprint - SHA:
490dcc8f0ffa2825efb3905eff46236b78bc2abfa754315ef9e22ff494ab3cc7
File Thumbprint - MD5:
Not available
(08-03-2015 09:14)chip Wrote: [ -> ]I am trying to install the x64 version of MinimWatch on my Window 7 64 bit laptop that is also running Norton Internet Security.
I can not install the application because Norton identifies ohnetjni.dll as a threat named WS.Reputation.1 and automatically deletes the dll.
Has anyone else experienced this problem?
How can I install this application safely?

I gave up on Norton because of this problem. I am now using Webroot and it is working very well for me.

From memory, you need to go into the section that gives information about the threats that were removed (maybe called scan log or quarantine?), then select this DLL and tell Norton to restore it to its original location. Norton will ask if you are sure you want to do such a risky thing, and you need to politely insist that you do.
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