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    Super_Spartan gave kudos to Nightowl in NOD32 Gamer's Edition?   
    And yet you missed the most important point of my post that I don't work for ESET and I am just a User
    Even so you are still talking about a product that you didn't use or buy and isn't being offered in your country.
    So if you have bought this product and you feel that you have been mislead by the design of the box , you can request a refund and get your money back , I bet ESET won't deny you that , and if you still feeling mislead , hire your favorite lawyer in town and sue ESET in the area that sells that product.
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    Super_Spartan gave kudos to Marcos in Anti-Theft Optimization Warning   
    Please drop me a private message with user's my.eset.com email as well as the name of device on which the warning is reported.
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    Super_Spartan received kudos from r1man in ESET Internet Security 14 version release date   
    Read Marcos' post above, it is literally a few posts above!
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    Super_Spartan received kudos from peteyt in ESET Internet Security 14 version release date   
    Read Marcos' post above, it is literally a few posts above!
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    Super_Spartan gave kudos to SM03 in EIS 13.2.18.0 Chengelog   
    IKTR, but the thing is when I asked/posted this here, there was no changelog listed available in the advance download page for this latest v13.2.18.0, the last changelog that was available on that time was for the earlier version 13.2.16.0.
     
    Orelse, I wouln't asked /posted here.
     
    Thanks anyway. 
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    Super_Spartan gave kudos to itman in NOD32 causes Tobii eye-tracking to have High CPU Usage   
    Tobil has an article about excessive CPU use caused by AV scanners here: https://help.tobii.com/hc/en-us/articles/115004039965-High-CPU-usage .
    Since the article is 3 years old, it is not a new issue. It appears the present Eset real-time performance exclusion might be be the best current mitigation until Eset can research the issue and find a fix. You might want to open a technical support request to Eset so the issue is documented.
    I also noticed in the VirusTotal analysis that this is a .Net app and a lot of downloading occurs from it. Suspect the scanning of these downloads is why CPU acitvity spikes.
     
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    Super_Spartan gave kudos to itman in NOD32 causes Tobii eye-tracking to have High CPU Usage   
    Do you have Eset Gamer mode enabled in Computer protection section?
    Another possibility is Eset Webcam protection in the same section. Eset might be somehow treating this eye interaction device as a webcam.
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    Super_Spartan gave kudos to NewbyUser in Dell Security Advisory Update?   
    Yeaa, Hard to say what they actually did lol. Did they update the image itself to apply patches in the image? Iol or did they update the actual restore process itself? That seems unlikely as restoring typically occurs outside windows and is a bit by bit overwrite so I doubt permissions are needed. It's not a very informative update summary, so it's hard to say what they actually changed.  
     
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    Super_Spartan gave kudos to NewbyUser in Dell Security Advisory Update?   
    https://www.dell.com/support/article/en-us/sln321036/dsa-2020-059-dell-os-recovery-image-insecure-inherited-permissions-vulnerability?lang=en
     
    Seems to be addressing this https://www.dell.com/support/article/en-us/sln315190/dell-emc-idrac-multiple-vulnerabilities-cve-2018-15774-and-cve-2018-15776?lang=en
     
    Either they're slow to patch it or it wasn't fully addressed in prior patching
    Or, likely adding the patch to the restore image, so it would be one less thing to have to address should restore be needed.
    Summary:
    Dell Windows 10 recovery images require an update to address an insecure inherited permissions vulnerability.
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    Super_Spartan gave kudos to itman in Dell Security Advisory Update?   
    Actually this sort of thing applies to any recover image regardless of how it was created. If the image creation precedes the Win 10 patch of the vulnerability, restoring that image recreates the vulnerability.
    Neat how Dell appears to have the capability to patch their built-in recovery partition image backup.
     
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    Super_Spartan gave kudos to itman in Latest CCleaner False Positive   
    The suspicious object detection would indicate it was an advanced machine learning detection.
    When Eset scans an archive, the files within don't yet physically exist on the disk. As such, Eset can't scan the files using advanced hueristics including advanced machine learning. Now when the files are actually extracted from the archive, Eset will employ advanced hueristics/AML upon attempted file creation as indicated by your posted Detection log entries in regards to WinRAR.
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    Super_Spartan gave kudos to mallard65 in ESET Home products and av-test.org   
    Thank you for your post.
    I also only trust av-comparatives.
    Of course, I share your views of ESET's excellence.
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    Super_Spartan gave kudos to Marcos in Just came back to ESET   
    This screen is displayed after accepting EULA. Did you download the installer from www.eset.com or from a special url?

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    Super_Spartan gave kudos to Marcos in Just came back to ESET   
    1, During installation the installer asks for a license key unless you upgrade an already activated product.
    2, Detection exclusions serve to exclude a specific detection triggered on a file, typically PUA. The file is kept scanned and other detections may be triggered on it, e.g. in case it gets infected with a virus. Conversely performance exclusions serve to exclude files that are clean and safe but for some reason cause performance issues when scanned.
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    Super_Spartan gave kudos to itman in Windows 1903 Windows Antimalware executable   
    That is not correct. See the below screen shot for Win 10 x(64) 1809.
    There are only three cases when these services would be running:
    1. Windows Defender is the default realtime scanner.
    2. Windows Defender periodic scanning option has been manually enabled.
    3. Effective with Win 10 1809 if the third party AV solution installed does not use the Windows Early Launch Anti-malware driver, Windows will additionally activate WD's realtime protection. It will run concurrent with the third party AV realtime solution.
    In any other instance when WD's realtime protection is running concurrent third party AV realtime protection, it would be indicative of either a malfunction within Windows itself or the third party AV solution installation processing malfunctioned.

     
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    Super_Spartan gave kudos to Marcos in False Positive in MiniTool Partition Wizard Free 11.0   
    FusionCore is a PUA which is typically bundled with installers as a dll. The detection is correct. PUA detection is optional.
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    Super_Spartan received kudos from Azure Phoenix in Future changes to ESET NOD32 Antivirus   
    Hi Marcos,
     
    I suggested to ESET in the past to give us an easier way of whitelisting by allowing us to multi select folders/apps in one shot rather than having to do it one at a time but they never replied to me or implemented it in the latest NOD32.
     
    See how easy it is to add items to the exclusion with checkbox multi selection method. this is just on example of many AVs out there which allow that
     
     

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