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    lamar

    Eset Blocking Chromecast

    Gentlemen, I have just received a private message from an Eset employee, that investigating the logs I sent they localized the bug, and a fix will be rolled out soon. Until that, please use one of the temporary workarounds mentioned here in the forum thread.
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    No I haven't try that, but now I'm trying to reproduce the issue again and it wont come up, everything seem to work flawlessly🤔 Next time (if) it happens again I will follow your suggestion, If it doesn't happen I will try to figure out anyways what could have cause that. Thank you
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    itman

    Eset Blocking Chromecast

    Well, I guess we have "come full circle" on this discussion. So let's summarize the options: 1. Local Chromecast dongle IP address exclusion. The Kaspersky article implies multiple addresses might be needed. Don't know fully what that is about but could imply router dynamic address assignment. Therefore static address assignment would be required as previously posted. 2. Exclude port 8009 from SSL/TLS protocol scanning. No qualms with this one since it wasn't being previously scanned. I also believe other ports might need exclusion but "time will tell" on that one. My own thoughts on this issue is the whole subject of allowing an IoT device direct access to your PC. But that's another separate topic discussion. A footnote comment. Eset has "opened Pandora's Box" in regards to future issues in regards to performing SSL/TLS scanning of all ports. I for one, will avoid assistance on any of those issues.
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    peteyt

    EIS New Scanner Option Feature?

    The best way to look at pua also is there are many programs that people use that could be risky e.g. there are many people using registry cleaners and similar stuff. They are often risky and its debatable if they should be used, sometimes they may also try to install unwanted extra stuff, nag you to upgrade and other suspicious stuff but people use them and they like them. I often see people asking why their favourite software gets classed as a pup and its usually for something like that. With pups its not a virus so its down to the user to decide if the risks are acceptable
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    Marcos

    EIS New Scanner Option Feature?

    I always recommend turning it on and exclude any such application by the detection name if it begins to be detected then and is intentionally used for legitimate purposes by the user. PUsA also cover tools that can be used by attackers to stop or uninstall AV in case of a breach via RDP for instance.
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    HANDJOJO

    EIS New Scanner Option Feature?

    Dear Marcos, Please advise so it's to be better if this feature still in turn off for the common users?
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    It's not you...we are transitioning our product release communications currently for all products but once the process is finalized, we'll resume posting.
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    The security report referenced is the aggregate event status one that shows ever 30 days. When you have questions about Eset settings, always click on the "?" on the GUI page. This will open Eset on-line product help which will show detailed explanations for the settings: https://help.eset.com/eis/12/en-US/idh_config_ui_notifications.html
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