In brief: stay away from this software.
I’m always interested in evaluating anti-malware/antivirus software, especially when it claims to be ‘lightweight’. All too often, anti-malware software that’s configured to run in the background has a very noticeable effect on performance.
So I installed Cisco’s Immunet on my main Windows computer. About ten minutes later, I removed it.
The user interface is horrible, seeming more like a first-time coder might have produced it, rather than an organization with the resources of Cisco.
I was very careful to configure Immunet before I ran any scans. In particular, I configured it to ask me before quarantining any files. Imagine my surprise when on its initial scan, it went ahead and quarantined three executables, none of which were actually malware.
Of the three quarantined files, I was able to use Immunet to restore one. The others were irretrievable, and I had to reinstall the associated software. For one of them, I lost its settings as well.
Normally I would persist with an evaluation like this, to give it a thorough test. But really, having suffered this much in such a short space of time, why bother?
This is crappy software. Avoid at all costs.