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novice last won the day on July 26 2015

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  1. By definition "a student" would use 1 license... what's the point of offering 3PC's ????
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    ESET has disappeared

    As you said in your , un-edited post: "Whatever..."
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    ESET has disappeared

    I haven't! This is more "common sense" that an "enhancement", I would think after so many ESET versions , a developer would have figure out this....
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    ESET has disappeared

    I was not talking about this "option". I was saying that ESET , during installation should prompt you for an "uninstall password" , which will be used onli for uninstall and nothing else. This would prevent ESET being disabled by unauthorized RDP access. Is simple, elegant and can solve a big problem.
  5. And this info is posted where ?????? Somebody can pull his hair out trying to figure out what's wrong ( see the OP: Firewall is not working partly. Is it a bug or a hack? ) when in fact is "some communication is allowed by default".....
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    Exclude file type from all scanning

    Well, see here: "Just an example about the "Threatsense parameters" : No cleaning/Normal cleaning/Strictly cleaning .An user has to set up this in at least 8 places ; it is very unlikely that somebody will want "no cleaning" in certain situation and "strictly cleaning" in another situation. To be honest, every time I set-up ESET I was in doubt that I did it right or I missed something somewhere...." Aryeh Goretsky seems to agree with my statement: "The feedback about having to configure cleaning in multiple places through the UI is noted."
  7. novice

    Exclude file type from all scanning

    No, you are not wrong! I complained many time before about the need to fill the Threatsense parameters in a hundred places even though is very unlikely an user will choose different settings . But it falls in deaf years!
  8. novice

    ESET has disappeared

    I have noticed this answer before; this is a catastrophic scenario in which the antivirus is being uninstalled due to RDP brute force attack. Now, rather then accepting this as a fatality , why ESET doesn't force user to create a password for uninstall only , during the installation process.????? So, if somehow ESET is getting uninstalled, a password would be required to perform this action. Seems very simple and elegant.
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    Then is designed wrong!
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    Funny thing, this reminds me about a story; If I am not mistaken, it is a line from The Tiger King by Kalki. It was a chapter in class XII English textbook "Vistas". “The three surgeons who performed it came out of the theatre and announced. The operation was successful. The maharaja is dead.”
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    So, we have a more serios problem here, with a fully functional ESET being unable to protect against this ransomware... As a remainder, ESET has a dedicated anti-ransomware shield, a behavior shield, HIPS, live grid....
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    That I understand! My question is " In the scenario presented above, was ESET disabled by the "attacker"????
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    In the scenario presented above, was ESET disabled by the "attacker"????
  14. https://forums.malwarebytes.com/topic/218471-what-do-i-do-to-make-eset-nod32-and-malwarebytes-run-well-together/
  15. novice

    Can anyone post...

    Did you, at least, read my post???? Told you I never seen ESET blocking a "never seen before" ransomware , based on HIPS /behavior or its anti-ransomware shield. Once a signature is created each and every antivirus will detect that ransomware ; the point is to see a signature-less detection based on the mechanisms mentioned above.