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  1. Hello ESET Endpoint Security / Antivirus users, It’s been quite a while since we released the 7th generation of our Endpoint solutions, so naturally you may ask when the generation 8 will be released. We have good news to share, as we are approaching the final stages of development and preparation for the release, we would like to share it with you so you can try it before it gets released officially and give us feedback on it, which is very valuable for us. I guess the first question, which comes to mind is what will be the new features of it. Let me briefly name some: Secure
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  2. FYI: https://www.infosecurity-magazine.com/news/29-vpn-services-owned-by-six/ This is the actual article by VPNpro which gets into the real "nitty gritty": https://vpnpro.com/blog/hidden-vpn-owners-unveiled-97-vpns-23-companies/ . The above InfoSecurity article is just a summary.
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  3. You might want to say that all that white, empty spaces etc make for a somewhat boring and at times confusing experience. However, i wouldn't change that much. All what i'd add in that main menu screen is a search function to find what i need ASAP when i need it. I am fairly fine with all the rest. But that's me.
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  4. Hello @j-gray, our KB backend underwent some changes since then and, unfortunately, not all links were preserved, sorry about that. Here is the working link to that content: https://support.eset.com/en/news7335-11th-of-october-2019-eset-business-products-support-for-macos-1015-catalina However, that story is over 1 year old, all our current products for macOS run on 10.15.
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  5. Hi Peter! I would like to test it.
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  6. See if this posting helps: https://forum.eset.com/topic/14855-spoofed-email-address/
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  7. Hello, thank you for reaching to us. We are not aware of the limitations you mentioned. Could you please contact our support to resolve your issue (they will most likely require more details). Regards, Kamil - Product Manager.
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  8. Hi, have you tried using custom rules with the combinations of conditions From header - address From header - display name? You can also have all macro-enabled office documents quarantined, using the Attachment type condition.
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  9. Hello @LesRMed Techncally, EFSW and EEA share the same "activation matrix" , meaning it is technically possible to activate EFSW with the EEA (ESET Endpoint Antivirus) or EEPS (ESET Endpoint Protection Standard) license. You can easily "move" the EFSW under the right license by simply sending an product activation task to the computer where the EFSW is running, including the "File Security" license.
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  10. Marcos

    Router affected?

    ESET will not affect your router in any way. While you can check the router for weaknesses via the Connected home feature, ESET will protect only the machine where it is installed.
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  11. The Russian website is legitimate but they may sell licenses only within their region. If you provide me with the license public ID, I can check details of it.
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  12. You seem to be from Italy but purchasing from Russia. ACT.33 means country restriction. I'd ask for a refund and buy in Europe from an authorized reseller or directly from ESET's store.
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  13. Getting back to Gamer-mode though. In summary, we'd like easier access to it. I assume it's hidden to enhance security, ie not make it easy to manually or automatically activate? Is this purely a design choice, or could it actually be moved/made now accessible?
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  14. Hi Jorge Melo. Thanks for your feedback and contacting us at ESET Portugal, Unfortunately we have in fact identified similar situations from other purchases of ESET licenses sold by Blitzhandel24 e-commerce sites. The situation is under investigation and we advise our customers and potential customers to buy only from ESET official websites or official e-stores - in Portugal that will be https://www.eset.com/pt, as Marcos wrote. It's likely that one can find other e-commerce websites in Portugal selling ESET solutions (home products) but please be aware if the seller is registered in
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  15. Please contact ESET Portugal: https://www.eset.com/pt/. They should be able to tell if it's an authorized reseller or not. As for the licenses that don't work, please provide the public license IDs.
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  16. Marcos

    Mac OS 11 Big Sur

    Unfortunately even our developers have not received a final version of Big Sur yet so we can't have a version fully compatible with it. It would be great if we got RTM versions of Mac OS in advance which is unfortunately not the case.
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  17. JonH

    Mac OS 11 Big Sur

    Still no beta to test with Big Sur? I can't believe this is not a priority for ESET?
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  18. Alright, Marcos, thank you for the straight-talk. Will the Linux desktop users ultimately have to either upgrade to the business edition or do you think the modules will continue to be updated for the foreseeable future? I've come from using F-Prot for the last 3 yrs, and they announced an End-of-life of F-Prot for home use, as they are going to solely focus on business editions. I'm seeing a trend among the Linux antivirus products that they are increasingly moving towards business users; I can completely understand that, because the revenue generated is much greater; probably ther
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  19. actually this is a really good idea. if it's possible, i'd love to see it implemented in the future.
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  20. I get eset might not be the best to look at but I'm confused about your chose of words, one in particular. Boring. An antivirus is there to protect users and the most important thing should be that it does its job. How it looks can play a part but really you just want a UI that is easy to navigate and familiarity does play a part and the average user will tend to leave their AV running in the background to do its job without opening it much if it all.
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  21. The layout and most used features within the ESET gui are more accessible and easier to use than many of its peers. Being static does not detract from the product itself. I doubt anyone would leave a good product behind for a bit of "eye candy" ☺️
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  22. I've tried many AVs and kept moving in the past unhappy with them but once I switched to eset I've never looked back. Doesn't hog the system, good detection and good support
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  23. i've used the Eset products since i got my first pc back in 2007. after a 4.5 year gap from 2016 and a few years later that my pc died, i just returned to the product i trust and adore. easy and minimal interface yet powerful and full of options to suit every need. i highly recommend it! you wont be disappointed🤗
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  24. Tommy V

    Mac OS 11 Big Sur

    Yes, a beta should be available soon after public betas of Big Sur was made available. I can understand that Eset needs some time to develop and internal testing (Alpha-stage), but it's important for us customers to start testing early as well. Regards Tommy V
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  25. jrioux

    Mac OS 11 Big Sur

    I had the same thought ...
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  26. mmm999

    Mac OS 11 Big Sur

    A lot of people coming here to this thread - just to see posts about version for big sur. We are waiting
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  27. William Zujkowski

    Mac OS 11 Big Sur

    Hello @Peter Randziak, Thank you for following up! Sounds good, I will bump this again in a month or so to check on it's status and hopefully remind you. William
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