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  1. Hello @SlashRose, Thanks for reporting. I just enabled B&PP again to test and can confirm that the new B&PP module 1199 does indeed fix the issue of crashing Edge 86...
  2. Hello @Marcos, Thank you for your reply and I look forward to an update as to the status of this issue 👍 !
  3. Hello, I can verify and confirm this issue as it also occurs on my system when trying to use "Banking & Payment Protection" with the most recent stable version of Microsoft Edge Chromium (86.0.622.38 released yesterday Oct. 8). Edge crashes and closes every time it is launched and the only way to use Edge is without B&PP enabled.
  4. Hello @cutting_edgetech, While you are on the "Network connections" tab in the ESET GUI, right click in the "Network connections" pane and uncheck "Show only TCP connections". UDP connections should now show along with the TCP connections. I hope this helps...
  5. Hello @BrianE, Here you go: Future changes to ESET NOD32 Antivirus Future changes to ESET Internet Security and ESET Smart Security Premium
  6. Hello @100, I was thinking that this discussion has gone a bit off topic. You may have a better chance of receiving a definitive answer to your question if you start your own thread and topic... Perhaps with a title like "How can I determine if all of my modules are up to date?" or "How can I determine the most recent module versions available?". Just a thought...
  7. Hello @100, Only "Signaturdatenbank: 15765P (20170718)" will have the "P" at the end of the module version number. None of the others will. This was changed a while back but I do not remember the date. There is no easy way that I know of to tell exactly which module is a pre-release version or a regular version. You can always switch to the pre-release updates to see what module version you will have and then if you are uncomfortable staying on pre-release updates, you can switch back to regular updates. It could also be possible that maybe a staff member could comment on the current
  8. Hello @100, @User is on pre-release updates. Maybe you are using regular updates?
  9. Hello @cindyatgreenacres and welcome to the ESET Security Forum! The first thing I would check is your "Webcam Protection Rules". If you do not know how to do this follow these steps: Right-click the ESET tray icon and click "Advanced setup". In the left-hand panel, click "DEVICE CONTROL". In the main panel, click "WEBCAM PROTECTION". To the right of "Rules", click "Edit". A new window appears which will list all webcam rules that you have created, if any. See if the application that is being blocked from accessing your webcam is listed. If it
  10. Hello SCR and itman, Thanks for both of your replies. Thanks for your feedback and I agree with you, learning something new is always a good thing. As far as the HIPS goes, the only wildcard symbol official supported by Eset at the present time is "*". It also is only allowed at the end of the path name e.g. C:\Windows\Temp\*. It means "this folder's files and all subordinate folders and files." I and others have been bugging Eset for some time to modify the HIPS for allow the same wildcards and use thereof that all allowed for the AV scanner. I agree totally with you, i
  11. Hello SCR, I have never had the need to exclude files or folders in ESET either. I had been using HitmanPro.Alert but decided to beta test the Malwarebytes 3.0 since I have three lifetime licenses. As far as the exclusions that I have made for Malwarebytes in my testing, I have not noticed any performance improvements either (RAM, CPU, speed, or otherwise). It is just with my testing that I had the questions about exclusions for folders and sub-folders, so I decided to ask for for my own learning and knowledge of ESET products.
  12. Hello SCR and itman, Thank you both for your replies. I usually do not exclude anything either but I have been experimenting thus these questions came to mind. I have been alpha and beta testing the new Malwarebytes 3.0 and there have been some performance issues. In my experience, Malwarebytes and ESET have never worked well together performance wise on my machine. In testing, I wanted to exclude both programs entirely from each other to theoretically eliminate performance issues between the two to a minimum and possibly better evaluate Malwarebytes 3.0 on its own performance level. I do
  13. Hello, I have two questions regarding folder exclusions that I really have not been able to find a definitive answer for: I am almost certain of the following so I am only asking for verification. If I enter the following as an exclusion: C:\Program Files\Malwarebytes\Anti-Malware\*.* - then only the files in that folder will be excluded from scanning, not any of the sub-folders. This is the one that I am not sure about and need to know if it works or not. If I enter the following as an exclusion: C:\Program Files\Malwarebytes\Anti-Malware\* - does this exclude the folder and all of the s
  14. Hello throwaway9, IMHO, the default settings provide both ample security and protection with good performance. The changes in settings that I have made from the defaults are mainly just to satisfy my preferences and do not really increase security.
  15. Hello throwaway9, I am glad to hear that your upgrade went smoothly. At present, it does not look like ESET has any plans on discontinuing ESS anytime in the foreseeable future. I base this on the fact that ESET is still offering renewals for ESS. As to the blue highlights (blue dots with numbers inside), they just show what settings that have been changed from the defaults. For example from your screenshot, the blue highlight/dot with a "1" inside besides the "HIPS" selection means one setting in that category has been changed from the default setting. If it had been a "2" or "3", for e
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