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How to bypass Windows Live Messenger anti-virus requirement

If you don’t use an anti-virus and your friend is trying to send you a file over Windows Live Messenger, you probably noticed that it requires you to have an anti-virus installed or the download will fail. Sure, it’s a good protection I guess, but providing an option to disable that functionality would have been appreciated…

Fortunately, you can bypass this protection quite easily.I made a little C++ .exe that simply returns 0 and exit. Basically, an empty project in Visual Studio! Then you simply assign that .exe as your anti-virus in Windows Live Messenger.

1) Download the app:

2) Extract the .exe to a location of your choice (My Documents).

3) Set the anti-virus in Windows Live Messenger:

- Go to Tools > Options > File Transfer
- Check the Scan files for viruses using option
- Click Browse… and select the DoNothing.exe application you extracted.

Windows Live Messenger – File Transfer Options

Enjoy file transfers without an anti-virus :)

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3 Responses to “How to bypass Windows Live Messenger anti-virus requirement”

Cirrus Hugger Fan August 27th, 2009 at 11:50 am

It sounds like you’re creating problems yourself by trying to solve this issue instead of looking at why their is a problem in the first place.

Yeah. As a normal user, I look for ease of use plus something which takes me there again and again. Functionality is the basic thing because without it no user would even visit it again. It sets very bad image if the website has problems. Web Development is not only creative but tough as well. You’ve to constantly look whether there’s a new error coming up or not. Whether every part of the site is working right.

I’m still do not know how to do that with the helps by video i think it will good. but thanks for sharing

Ozgur September 7th, 2009 at 2:55 am

Thanx a lot bro.

I hate anti-virus programs and dont want to use one.

This jerk msn was demanding me to use one. ~love~ buttholes.

Chris December 8th, 2009 at 12:41 pm

I do something similar;

Create a text file in the drive root (c:\msnv.txt) open it and type exit, save + close.
Rename msnv.txt to .bat and in the MSN virus scanner option simply add (with quotes)

Job done. I’m guessing the zip is of a compiled bat?

For ‘common’ users I would never advise removing protection but as most virus scanners will recognise and scan new files as they hit the system and stop you running them at kernel level I dont see disabling it as a huge risk.

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