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  1. Adrianc

    TPM Error

    Yes that was the problem, version though is 20H2 OS Build 19242.662 Thank you for your help.
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  2. As of this morning i'm getting a lot of alerts across the orginization for: hxxp://ocsp.int-x3.letsencrypt.org/MFMwUTBPME0wSzAJBgUrDgMCGgUABBR+5mrncpqz/PiiIGRsFqEtYHEIXQQUqEpqYwR93brm0Tm3pkVl7/Oo7KECEgRY8NzrWAjZ4J4grl19QqsePQ= For each alert the last bit of the address changes, but this part is the same: hxxp://ocsp.int-x3.letsencrypt.org/MFMwUTBPME0wSzAJBgUrDgMCGgUABBR+5mrncpqz/PiiIGRsFqEtYHEIXQQUqEpqYwR93brm0Tm3pkVl7/Oo7KECEg They all also have a target address of : 104.91.166.211 Just wondering if there is more information on this, what might be causing it, if this is an indicator of a primary infection, etc. Thank you!! Jdashn
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  3. Awesome!! thanks a ton to both of you for your quick replies!
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  4. The FP should be already resolved. You can enforce update of the blacklist by rebooting the machine.
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  5. Same here. One of the applications I use for a long time obviously tries to validate a letsencrypt certificate via OCSP. Looks like a false entry has made it to the internal ESET blacklist.
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  6. JPritchard

    TPM Error

    Good afternoon, I'm sorry to hear about this issue. I suspect you are encountering a known issue with the latest version of Windows 10 2004 (OS build 19042). You can check what Windows version you are running by typing 'winver' into the Run dialog. I have attached an example: If your computer IS running Windows 10 2004 (OS build 19042), then please check to see if you are missing the UseNullDerivedOwnerAuth registry value found in: Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\TPM\WMI If it is missing, then you can create it manually by opening an elevated command prompt and entering the following command: reg add hklm\system\currentcontrolset\services\tpm\wmi -v UseNullDerivedOwnerAuth -t REG_DWORD -d 0x01 -f After running this command, reboot your computer before trying FDE again. This should allow the TPM to be used for encryption. Let me know how you get on. - JP
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  7. I've got the same issue at multiple customers: thunderbird can't reveive mails in combination with Eset software (NOD32 / internet security). Please let me know when there is a fix.
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  8. Hi everone, I found the solution to this topic on a German speaking thunderbird forum. For all non-german speaking people, here the translation with the action plan which solves the issue. At least for me. Not sure though if all menu names are correct, as I only have German versions. But you get the point I assume. Open ESET NOD32 Antivirus -> Setup-> Advanced setup -> Web and E-Mail -> SSL/TLS Here disable the SSL/TLS-protocol filtering -> deakctivate Open Thunderbird -> Tools -> Options -> Privacy &Security -> Certificates Check if there still is an Eset certificate and in case it is remove it. Restart the PC Now without open any other programm or application go back to ESET NOD32 Antivirus -> Setup-> Advanced setup -> Web and E-Mail -> SSL/TLS There you activate the protocol filerting again -> activate Now open Thunderbird and go to ools -> Options -> Privacy &Security -> Certificates Now check if there is an Eset certificate now. There should be one dated with current day and time. Now Thunderbird worked as ususal again for me :)
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  9. Today using Thunderbird 78.5.0 with gmail.com and q.com accounts, email stopped being received from either source. Disabling and re-enabling SSL/TLS protocol scanning immediately resolved the issue with both gmail.com and q.com. May I suggest a prominent posting of this issue as it was difficult to find my way to this forum to resolve the problem temporarily. I assume eSet will permanently resolve the issue. However, if the issue requires coordination with Thunderbird, please inform, so that the necessary changes can be encouraged by Thunderbird users.
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  10. Thanks Peter. This worked fine. Have a nice day
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