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  1. Update: Whatever the cause, it seems to be sorted now. No changes made at my end but an update attempt at 03:27 AM EDT Oct 18 2016 was just completed successfully. The database is now at version 14297 in my installation. Thanks for any attention given to this thread by anyone.
  2. As at Oct 18 2016 00:41 EDT Are there problems with the North American (Canada) database servers? Running NOD32 8.0.319.0 the last successful (manual) update I have received is database version 14292 downloaded around 19 hours ago. Whenever I run a manual update now it goes away for several seconds then returns indicating that the database is up to date. But clearly there has been at least five database updates since that release, with the current at time of writing being 14297. No problems here with Web access - browsers, mail readers, etc. all working normally.
  3. It's odd. Still get it. Here's the steps I took: (1) Opened FF and cleared the cache, Closed FF. (2) Opened NOD32 8, went to Advanced setup. (3) Set to "Always scan SSL protocol". Checked the two boxes "Apply created exceptions based on certificates" and "Block ... SSL v2". (4) Under Certificates I have checked "Add the root certificate to known browsers" (5) Clicked OK and closed NOD32 GUI. (6) Opened FF and went to forum.eset.com (7) Got a popup from ESET (see attached). (8) If I click on "Yes" I get an error message from FF (not the one shown in my first post). (9) If I tell F
  4. I don't know whether to laugh or cry at this ironic experience. When I enable SSL scanning in NOD32 8 and try to access these forums using Firefox 44.0.1 I get the following: "The owner of forum.eset.com has configured their website improperly. To protect your information from being stolen, Firefox has not connected to this website. forum.eset.com uses an invalid security certificate. The certificate is only valid for enterprise-ssl.invisionpower.com" What have I missed?
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