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  1. 54 minutes ago, itman said:

    Can those be installed on a Win 7 device? OP posted he was using Win 7 OS.

    I overlooked this info. However, the latest version Endpoint can be installed on Windows 7 as long as updates adding SHA-2 code signing support are installed.

    Another question is using an OS that was already discontinued and doesn't receive security updates. If security matters, we recommend using an OS that is fully supported by its maker.

  2. ESET Security is not installed, only ERA Server v5.3 and Console are.

    As I wrote, Endpoint Antivirus v5 is very old and reach EOL last year. As such doesn't contain any modern protection features to protect you from ransomware, RDP attacks, etc.

    As already mentioned, files encrypted by Filecoder.Phobos cannot be decrypted. You may, however, keep important encrypted files in case that decryption would be possible in the future.

  3. Files were encrypted by Filecoder.Phobos. Unfortunately decryption is not possible.

    EEA v5 is very old and reached EOL in Dec 2020. Please uninstall it and install the latest Endpoint v8.1 (Windows 7 SP1 or newer).

    You can provide me with logs collected with ESET Log Collector so that I can review your configuration and recommend settings that you could enable for maximum protection, if necessary.

    Also I'd recommend purchasing ESET Dynamic Threat Defense which can be set up to block execution of unknown untrusted files unless analysis in ESET's cloud sandbox has completed.

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