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Zur13

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  1. Thank you for the warning but I know the security risks. I've checked the site author he actively communicates with the users in the social networks so I trust this site and besides I have No Script addon installed in my Firefox. After I've disabled the SSL/TLS scanning I've found that modern browsers does not allow accessing the site with a revoked certificate. The issue with the site was resolved when I found that the site has http:\\ version and it does not contain any user input like logins so it does not really needs https:\\. I've turned on SSL/TLS scanning after this and the http:\\ version of the site does not trigger anything when accessed with Eset Internet Security turned on. I hope someone will try to solve the issue with ignored rules it is pretty annoying and it is there for a while now. It is weird for me that the security product which should be extremely reliable fails to apply firewall rules at some point. What if this issue also happens in the Policy-based mode? I know issue reproduction is unstable I was not able to reproduce it on demand but it reproduces every time when I need to temporary disable firewall when I do not expect it.
  2. @Marcos So just now I've got into the same bug again. Here is what has happened: 1. I didn't use any VPN services today or yesterday (my PC was booted ~6 hours ago) 2. I've tried to access web site using HTTPS which had revoked certificate: https://www.umopit.ru/Aura.htm in my default Firefox browser (latest update). 3. I've got message from Eset Internet Security saying the site certificate was revoked and untrusted connection was blocked. similar message was in my browser. 4. I know this site so I wanted to access it anyway so I've disabled web access protection in Eset Internet Security for 10 minutes. 5. It does not help and I've still got the same message from Eset Internet Security saying the certificate revoked. (Another bug?) 6. I've disabled Eset Internet Security Firewall (Network Protection) for 10 min and got the same message from Eset Internet Security again. 7. I've disabled Eset Internet Security Computer protection for 10 min and got the same message from Eset Internet Security again. 8. I've get into advanced setup and disabled SSL/TLS protocol filtering and only after that I had not receive the Eset Internet Security message when tried to access website. 9. After 10 minutes Eset Internet Security modules started to turn on automatically and I started to receive Eset Internet Security firewall interactive popups most interesting I've captured on the attached screenshot with some of the active permanent rules. P.S. somewhere between steps 4-9 I've started Google Chrome and MS Internet Explorer to check if I can access that site but I've closed them immediately after that before the Eset Internet Security modules started to turn on. I've not restarted Firefox during this period. P.P.S. I've noticed that Real-time filesystem scanner has scanned some files on my drive C : before I've started to temporary disable Eset Internet Security modules. P.P.P.S. I didn't note any network problems/DNS problems/internet switching today. Really there was not much activity today I've opened some spreadsheet in MS Excel, send some messages in Skype and watch some videos on youtube using Firefox.
  3. I agree that this bug is more complex than @Marcos described but I got this issue even if I didn't use VPN (but I have 2 VPN clients if it is important it is OpenVPN Connect and Check Point). I've tried system temp folder and cache cleanup and turning on pre-release updates like was suggested here but it didn't help I've got this bug once more after that. I can't say if it became rarer now because there was no situation which requires me to turn the firewall off. I've tried to turn it off just to test if the issue still happens but it had not happened, however, it does not mean that it is solved because: 1. It happened once after I was done cleanup/update settings. 2. Previously it happened in 2 case sets: when I start having problems with DNS resolution for an unknown reason (turning off firewall helped, it looks like FW disabled windows DNS cache connectivity for some reason) and when some program had connectivity issues (to test if it is related to firewall). 3. I've worked with several programs that actively used internet and with a browser for a few hours with firewall disabled before turning it on again. If it is important I have 202 rules right now (some of them were imported from settings file, some were created using Remember permanently option in firewall popup and some of them were created manually). If it is important I have 2 internet providers: router automatically swap to the secondary connection if the primary connection fails.
  4. I have ESET Internet Security v12.1.34.0 licensed. I'm using a firewall in Interactive mode. A few weeks ago I've noticed this bug: firewall starts to ignore existing rules and spams interactive popups Allow/Deny for the connections which was automatically handled by the permanent rules before the firewall was temporarily turned off (for example for Firefox web browser and other apps). This happens after I disable the firewall using the "Pause firewall (allow all traffic)" command from the context menu on the tray icon and then turn it on again using the "Enable firewall" link on the Home tab in the window. It worked fine a few months ago. Edit: I've also noticed that I can't create new permanent rules from interactive popup after this happens it does not even asks for windows admin permission just Error message pops up at the screen corner saying "Failed to create rule".
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