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We've developed a windows SDK and we would like to white-list our files and process to all web traffic.

The process make the requests is net_svc.exe and its' signed with the 'Luminati Networks' certificate.
Also all other files signed with  'Luminati Networks' certificate.

All requests generated by this process are part of our residential proxy network
and don't affect the local user in any way (the response is sent back through
our network to our customers without any local processing).

In addition you'll find files : lum_sdk.dll, lum_sdk32.dll and lum_sdk64.dll, net_updater32.exe and net_updater64 for
whitelisting  signed with  'Luminati Networks' certificate.

Also we use hola_scv.exe that signed with Hola Networks certificate (our origin company)

We are completely transparent towards the user and require explicit agreement to
use the Luminati SDK in our partner apps via a dialog.

More information about Luminati SDK: https://luminati.io/sdk





Luminati SDK signed.zip

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We typically don't work that way and whitelist, as we have learned our lesson from the past, where programs were whitelisted and then they changed their files and bundled it with additional software/adware.

We will however make sure that the above files won't be detected.

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If you have it installed, then there should be a way to also uninstall it. So look through your add/remove programs if you see anything listed that is called Luminati or Hola and uninstall it from there. 

Alternatively, you can contact them via here, so they can guide you how to delete it: https://luminati.io/#contact

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