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  1. https://www.mrg-effitas.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/MRG-Effitas-360-Assessment-Q3-2016.pdf ESET failed again in this test.
  2. Hello, I think the topic title is clear - menu in the ESET's icon should have ability to quick changing HIPS mode. Here is why - I'm using Interactive Mode after applying Learning mode for 2 weeks. Now... I want to install some new program and with the Interactive mode installation process is a pain - so much alerts. So I have to go to advanced settings, go to HIPS settings and there change mode to learning mode. It would be much quicker and easier if I could switch the mode right from the icon menu on the taskbar. I believe it isn't as hard to add this little feature so I really hope that
  3. It didn't work well for me with Chrome (wasn't opening automatically on the bank sites), now I even can't use it at all, because it doesn't support Opera... So popular browser isn't supported. Shame on you, ESET. The idea of Banking protection in ESET is good, I mean it works nice in theory (no fancy browsers like Avast Safe Zone or Bitdefender Safepay) but... It doesn't matter when it doesn't work as it should.
  4. Hi, I just saw interesting post on the Wilderssecurity regarding the components versions in v9 and v10. Few modules, for example HIPS are newer in v9 hxxp://www.wilderssecurity.com/threads/eset-nod32-version-10-0-369-0-released.389533/ Any explaination?
  5. Advanced settings -> web access protection -> URL management -> Edit -> list of allowed URLs -> and here you add your website. Type main adress with the * at the end. For example: www.example.com/*
  6. Of course, to be fair, v10 is a good upgrade because Anti-Ransomware protection works quite nicely (not perfectly).How do you know that "Anti-Ransomware protection works quite nicely (not perfectly)." V 10 has been released a few days ago, I doubt that you already encountered a ransomware ...If you have some other info about it , screenshot , I would be curios to see how Anti-Ransomware protection works in real life situation, not only in theory https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c-VVYu1f4e8
  7. That's not true. Features like AMS, Exploit blocker and Botnet protection have often prevented file encryption without having a signature detection for the Filecoder.Well, John Alex is partially right, I mean, Eset is a king of signature and additionally few HIPS and firewall modules work pretty good. But programs like Bitdefender (Active Threat Control), Kaspersky (System Watcher) and Emsisoft (Behavior Blocker) perform way better. To be clear, I don't promote these AVs, I just give an example of programs with the best behavior blockers. The truth is that HIPS on default settings (automatic m
  8. You should calm down a little bit. Eset is still one of the best AVs and nothing has changed since version 9. Also, I suggest you to take these tests with a grain of salt. In fact, Eset is pretty good when it comes to removing of threats. You can type in Youtube "Eset removal test" and watch few videos
  9. Well, my point of view is different - I trust more home-made tests (of course only well made ones) than tests like AV-Test, AV-Comparatives. Why? Because on the video like this one above you can see everything what's happening during test. Apart from that, this SE Labs test is directed more globally and this video test is supposed to test proactive detection of malware not detected by signatures. Simple and clear. AV companies should take these home-made tests more seriously, because there is nothing wrong in these tests and they can be more accurate than big tests made by "independent" organ
  10. Really interesting video test - ESET vs undetected by signatures ransomwares https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c-VVYu1f4e8 Not good, not bad. First sample detected without problems with the new Anti-Ransomware protection. Unfortunately, second sample was able to decrypt files, even if ESET made few alerts. None of antiviruses have 100% protection against ransomware but I hope that ESET will constantly improve anti-ransomware module.
  11. Hi, I have been messing with custom HIPS rules for few days and I already have rules that protect startup entries, tasks scheduler, services, hosts file and autorun.inf. I have also applied rules for ransomware protection following ESET's instructions for business products. I also set HIPS mode to Smart. I just wonder if there another custom rules that can be used for protection against typical malware? Any ideas? Of course second way is to set learning mode for few weeks and then set interactive/policy-based mode, but I'm not talking about it. Cheers
  12. You are right, on the 10.359.0 version (Slovakian) I didn't have this problem, AFAIK.
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