Originally Posted by WT Sharpe
Norton for Mac caught a couple of threats on my iMac. One in a folder maintained by my son, and later one in a folder maintained by my grandson. It was unable to clean either file, however, so I deleted them manually as soon as scans revealed their presence.
I set ESET to automatically clean the infected archive or file where possible. When ESET can't safely clean it, I'm given the option to quarantine it or to safely delete it. I choose to delete because I don't like the idea of infected files sitting around in a quarantine directory.