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  1. Open the settings of uBlock origin. There are some filter lists to block malware domains. Not all of them are enabled by the default settings.
  2. Only applications can tell Windows that it is not allowed to enter the energy saving mode. Some media applications do this (e.g. Winamp). I use this special application (freeware): don't sleep But while "don't sleep" is running, Eset can't send Windows to sleep or hibernate mode after the scan. If I want to use this Eset feature, I have to play music with Winamp while Eset is scanning. This works. @itman A full scan takes 5 hours for me. I do this once a month.
  3. If I select "hibernate" as action after the scan, Eset displays "sleep" as the selected action and vice versa.
  4. I don't understand why Eset try to scan archive files which are bigger than Esets archive size limit. The scanner should ignore such archives. I think this must be an bug. Edit: I have tested it with ESS 9.0.408 now and its the same. So this is not new with EIS 10.0.390.
  5. After an on-demand scan I had the following entry for all mails of my zipped mail backups, which all have an archive level of only one (not archive in archive): "Zu viele Archive verschachtelt" / "too many archives embedded" I had also tried the maximum settings for the limits, without any difference. I can't remember this for ESS 9.0.408 EDIT: It seems to be, that the logged reason is wrong and the right reason is, that only the archive size is too big. The archive has an size of 2.2 GB and the maximum size limit with Eset is 2 GB.
  6. I found out, that it only occurs if the senders address is in the exception list. In my case this mails are status mails from my own computer. Therefore sender and recipient are the same and the address is in my exception list (automatically done from Eset). Test: - Send an mail to yourself (your mail address should be in the exception or positive list) - Classify the received mail as spam manually - Reclassify the mail as non spam manually
  7. Hm, I have now uninstalled 9.0.402.0 and installed the 9.0.386.1 with the same result. I know, that some month ago this problem doesn't exist. But I don't know the version who doesn't have this issue (maybe 9.0.381.0).
  8. After the update from 9.0.386.0 to 9.0.402.0: The subject of an mail in Windows Live Mail client, which is/was classified as spam and Eset has added the text [sPAM] (or any other user defined) to it, is no more shown in the list of mails. This remains after these mails are reclassified as non spam manually and Eset has removed the additional text.
  9. OK, so I will stay at 9.0.381.0. The not updated "last update time" bug is not present with Windows 7 x64 and 9.0.381.x, but with 9.0.386.x and 396.x.
  10. Is the bug with the not updated "last update time" (see > https://forum.eset.com/topic/9016-home-pagegui/#entry47577) solved with 9.0.396.x?
  11. Because of the bug with the not updated "last update time" (see > https://forum.eset.c...gui/#entry47577) I changed the ESS Version again (from 9.0.386.0 to 9.0.381.0).
  12. I can not confirm this bug with ESS 9.0.381 and Windows 7x64, but with 9.0.386 and Windows 7 x64.
  13. Thank you very much for your fast answer, Marcos. But after I have read exodius' post, I have uninstalled 9.0.396.0 and installed version 9.0.386.0. At the moment there is no download for the offline installer of version 9.0.396.x available.
  14. After the product update to 9.0.396.0 today, Windows 7 x64 doesn't recognize the Eset antivirus protection. The Eset firewall is always recognized. Multiple restarts doesn't solve it.
  15. Why does eset reset the protection statistics of "antivirus and antispyware protection" on every startup? This does not happen for the "email client antispam protection" statistics. The online helps of ESS are wrong and describes an reset for the "email client antispam protection" statistics on every startup: hxxp://help.eset.com/ess/9/en-US/?idh_page_statistic.htm hxxp://help.eset.com/ess/8/en-US/?idh_page_statistic.htm The online helps of EAS does not mention a reset of the "antivirus and antispyware protection" statistics: hxxp://help.eset.com/eav/9/en-US/?idh_page_statistic.htm hxxp://help.eset.com/eav/8/en-US/?idh_page_statistic.htm