Was wondering if anyone else on this forum has a similar experience.
I installed Strawberry Perl today and started to learn the language. It went well until I noticed that my Panda Free antivirus showed a message that it was disabled. Not knowing why, I re-enabled it and continued with writing Perl scripts. It seems that right after I enabled the antivirus (and ran a full scan), I could not run any Perl script (while scanning is ongoing) - error message "perl is not recognized as an internal or external command".
Two questions -
1. Would "Strawberry Perl" package be bundled with malware ????
2. Are there intrinsic issues between antivirus programs and language programs ??
My system: Windows 7 (64bit)
Antivirus/anti-malware: MS security suite, Panda Free antivirus, Malwarebyte anti-malware
Will re-run full scan with all softwares again but am hoping to solicit some input from this forum. Great many thanks.