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  1. razorfancy

    Very poor test result

    I personally dont think the person that runs The PC Security Channel [TPSC] is manipulating the result for example ESET Internet Security v10 and v11 got good results on his tests. v10 Review:
  2. razorfancy

    Very poor test result

    Should I be worry about this very poor test result of ESET Internet Security 2019?
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    Adware Agent alert readcomiconline

    I recommend you to read this topic:
  4. Try to add it like this: *.youtube.com/*
  5. razorfancy

    Svchost.exe

    I probably think you got those 2 blocks because you set your network as public in your PC instead of home network but maybe @Marcos can clarify this. https://support.eset.com/kb3754/?locale=en_US&viewlocale=en_US
  6. razorfancy

    Svchost.exe

    By what he describe I think he is talking about Eset Firewall blocking "svchost.exe" connections.
  7. @Marcos Can you please reply to my previous post in this thread?
  8. razorfancy

    Win32/Bundled.Toolbar.Yandex.J

    You are right there, I shouldnt said that is false positives, should have just said that are annoying popups, that for me are more annoying than the ads that I get when I am with uTorrent interface open + like I said I am not the type of person that installs toolbars and other programs that come in the application setup that I want to install´╗┐ so I dont need Eset to give me annoying poppus that crashes the setup just because of toolbars that I am not going to install anyway.
  9. @HANDJOJO Have you try to reboot your PC? Also did you clean install v12 or did you update to v12 using Eset v11 regular update notification or did you update from Eset v11 to v12 using offline installer of v12? I update from Eset v11 to v12 using offline installer of v12 and didnt got the bug you post.
  10. razorfancy

    Win32/Bundled.Toolbar.Yandex.J

    I know thats why I dont enable those options + like I said I do not install toolbars and other programs that come in the application setup that I want to install. Also I dont care about the ads that I get in uTorrent when I am with uTorrent interface open, its absolutely fine for me, I dont click on the ads and like you said is a way of trying to make people pay for the Pro version. For example the type of ads that I dont like is the ones that Avast Free has because even when I am not with the Avast Interface open I get a lot of annoying ads while I am using other applications and that type of ads are the ones that really annoy me.
  11. razorfancy

    Win32/Bundled.Toolbar.Yandex.J

    If "potentially unsafe applications" and "potentially unwanted applications" were that good of options they would be enable by default when we install Eset. For example like I said before with "potentially unwanted applications" enable I wasnt even enable to install uTorrent because I keeped getting popups everytime I try to install it, I selected "clean" and that made uTorrent setup crash. When I install something I am not the type of person that installs toolbars and other programs that come in the application setup that I want to install so I dont need Eset to give me annoying poppus about toolbars that makes the setup crash. Also with "potentially unwanted applications" enable I wasnt even able to enter https://www.baixaki.com.br/ home page without getting annoying popups.
  12. razorfancy

    Win32/Bundled.Toolbar.Yandex.J

    @MrWhispers For what I know you were the one that enable "potentially unsafe applications" in Eset Options because that doesnt come enable by default, also you probably decide to enable "potentially unwanted applications" during Eset Installation. I personally dont like to use "potentially unsafe applications" and "potentially unwanted applications" because these options cause a lot of annoying popups and false positives. For me this options are good if you are a person that install things without reading what you are installing, pretty much if you are a person that install things by clicking "Next" on everything without read. For example with "potentially unwanted applications" enable I wasnt able to install uTorrent because I keeped getting popups everytime I try to install it, I selected "clean" and that made uTorrent setup crash. https://support.eset.com/kb2629/?locale=en_US&viewlocale=en_US https://support.eset.com/kb2629/?locale=en_US&viewlocale=en_US
  13. This "bug" still persists in Eset v12 for me but only happens in the first time I go to my gmail after open Google Chrome and only get it again after close and open Google Chrome again and go to my gmail. In v11 I was getting the webcam notification "bug" everytime I refresh my gmail page. Just to let the moderators know I deleted the saved webcam rule that blocked Google Chrome access to the webcam after updating to v12 but got the notification that @lvl1k0n got again after I open Google Chrome and go to my gmail, so I blocked access again. Is this "bug" gonna be fixed in a future Eset module update or we gonna have to wait for a Google Chrome update that fixes this "bug"?
  14. In the next updates for v12? or only for v13 next year?
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