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  1. If a user creates application filter rules while in Interactive Mode, and then switches back to Automatic Mode does Automatic Mode use the filter rules that were created while the user was in Interactive Mode plus the default rules? I'm using Eset 11.2.63.0 on Windows 10 version 1709.
  2. I remember someone posting a few years ago that the user could edit some Eset file to prevent it from appending that string of text to the firewall rules. I don't know if that is still possible, or if it ever was possible. The Action field tells the user if the rule is to Allow, or Deny the protocol. The string of text is unneeded redundancy, and takes up quite a bit of space.
  3. How can I remove this string of text, "Allow communication for/Block Communication for" so that Eset does not append it to my firewall rules. I requested that this text be removed about 4 years ago when it was added during beta testing, and they acted as if they were going to do it. I assume they decided not to do it considering how long it has been. If I can edit some Eset file so that it does not append this useless string of text then that will have to be good enough.
  4. Thanks, I figured that was the reason for the detection. It's definitely not a false positive.
  5. I didn't realize it was a url until later. I initially thought it was being detected from the disk directory. It's been a long day.
  6. It says something about mimikatz. I just started reading about it at the links below. https://github.com/gentilkiwi/mimikatz https://www.offensive-security.com/metasploit-unleashed/mimikatz/ https://resources.infosecinstitute.com/mimikatz-walkthrough/
  7. I installed Kali Linux 2018.2 VM 64bit in Virtualbox which I downloaded from Offensive Security, and about an hour after Kali was running iddle in the VM Eset began to detect multiple threats on the Host Machine (Windows 10 x64 Pro). I shut down Kali Linux for now. It had detected 8 threats before I shut down Kali Linux. I submitted the threats for analysis with my email, but I would like to know what the threats are classified as. I would like to know what Eset's findings are once they have analyzed the threat. I'm using Kali Linux for my Course of Study in InfoSec. I obtained Kal
  8. All is good now with my License. I guess it just took a little longer than usual to update in Eset's servers.
  9. It's been over 24 hours so I called Eset Sales again. They informed me that the license would eventually update in the System. It's never taken this long before. I informed them I would give it until tomorrow, and see if the license has updated in the system by then.
  10. I already tried clicking on activate product within the Eset Application, and then entering the license key. When I did that it informed me that my license has expired. Is that what you mean? If I log into https://www.eset.com/us/estore/myaccount/ it says my license is good until February 15th 2019, but if I log into Myeset.com it says my License is expired. The License Key it says is expired is the same License Key that I just renewed yesterday.
  11. I renewed my License yesterday, and it still says it's expired today. The license key is the same it was before. I tried using the Activate Product, and Enter License within Eset application itself, and it informed me that the license has expired. When I look online it says the License is good until February 15th of 2019. Is there something else I need to do?
  12. I have an Eset Internet Security license for either 4 or 5 PCs that expires tomorrow. I need to renew my License, but I only need it for 3 PCs now. I'm only given a choice to renew for 4 or 5 PCs. What can I do to lower the License count to 3 PCs, and still get the renewal discount? I've run into this a lot in the past, and lost a lot of money by having to purchase another license instead of renewing the License I have.
  13. Is Eset Internet Security Version 10.0.390.0 compatible with Windows 10 x 64 Pro version 1709? I read somewhere earlier in the year that it is not. If it is not then what are known problems it may cause by using this version of Eset with Windows 10 x 64 Pro version 1709?
  14. Yes, I did this already, and the pre-release updates fixed the problem. Check this thread out.
  15. I have already tried using the tools -> Program reputation option, and it doesn't take long before I start getting the alert again that LG is unaccessible. The pre-release updates seems to have fixed the problem so I don't have to deal with it any longer.
  16. It has been over a day now since installing the pre-release updates, and I have not experienced the problem anymore. It seems the pre-release updates may have fixed the problem. The longest I had gone without experiencing the problem before this was maybe four hours. I went about 2-4 hours without experiencing the problem each time I updated Eset application to the latest build. After the problem began to occur though it happened about every 5-10 minutes. Wireshark is not compatible with my Wireless Internet Adapter firmeware. The Wireshark installation package thinks I have a prior versi
  17. No it happens the entire time the computer is on. It happens once about every 5 minutes. I can switch to pre-release updates if you think it will not cause BSOD's, or boot failures. Unfortunately this is the only machine I have at the moment. I'm doing Mysql work for a project right now. I keep fairly recent image backups to an external drive though. I will make an image backup right now, and enable pre- release updates. If I start having boot problems, or instability then it will not be an option. I will give it a try, and report back.
  18. Sorry, for the extremely late response to this thread, but I know longer experience this problem. I upgraded to version 11, and I now have to deal with the "LiveGrid is not Accessible" problem instead. This problem has been persistent since I upgraded to version 11 back in October. I will report this in a different thread, or with someone else's thread that is experiencing the same problem. I'm currently using Eset Internet Security version 11.0.154.0 on Window 10 x64 version 1703.
  19. I have had the same problem ever since upgrading to version 11 back in October. I just haven't had any time to report it until now because of school. School is out for the next month so I have plenty of time to report it now. I'm currently using Eset Internet Security Version 11.0.154.0 on Windows 10 x64 version 1709, and the problem continues to persist. I have log files, but don't know where to submit them to. I've submitted many logs for beta builds, but I don't know where to send logs for stable builds to.
  20. Well, I upgraded to Eset Internet Security 10.1.235.0 from 10.1.219.0 again, and the really slow startup is still a problem. Not as slow as previously mentioned above, but pretty close to the same. Windows stays at the login screen for an unusual amount of time, and after the desktop finally appears the tray icons take forever to load. It's like Eset is holding all the other tray icons up from loading also. I'm extremely busy with school so I have very little time to trouble shoot anything.To top it off I am having problems with Eset's Firewall blocking content silently as reported here.
  21. Since upgrading to Eset Internet Security 10.1.235.0 I have been unable to download pdf files using Firefox from my College Website when the Firewall is in Automatic Mode. If I switch the Firewall to Interactive Mode the pdf files download almost immediately without even prompting me. I also just upgraded to Window 10 X64 Fall Creators Update build 1709. Maybe it was a combination of Eset upgrading, and Windows upgrading that has caused problems for Eset's firewall. My browsing speed has been a little slower than usual also. How should we proceed in diagnosing this problem?
  22. Windows startup was extremely slow after updating Eset Internet Security to 10.1.235.0. It took about 3 times as long for my desktop, and applications to load at startup. The problem did not go away so I rolled my computer back to a system image I made with Shadow Protect 2 months ago. Fall Creators update was not installed at that time. After rolling my computer back I was upgraded to the Fall Creators update which I did not have installed before. I'm going to create another system image before updating Eset Internet Security in case I run into the same problem. It took my slow internet
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