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Mirek S.

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    Mirek S. received kudos from Lockbits in MDM and weak certificate   
    Hello,
    Android team is currently investigating this issue with self-signed certificates. If You use self-signed certificates (ESMC generated) please fill ticket with customer care so there is more data regarding this (we will need logs from phone and mdm certificate to speed up the process).
    Sorry for inconvenience,
    M.
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    Mirek S. received kudos from Peter Randziak in MDM and weak certificate   
    Hello,
    Android team is currently investigating this issue with self-signed certificates. If You use self-signed certificates (ESMC generated) please fill ticket with customer care so there is more data regarding this (we will need logs from phone and mdm certificate to speed up the process).
    Sorry for inconvenience,
    M.
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    Mirek S. gave kudos to Daniel26 in Installing MDM: "Failed to run custom action ConfigInsertPeerCertFile."   
    Ok, Solution found: LC_ALL was not set. "export LC_ALL=en_US.UTF-8" did the trick.
     
    Regards
     
    Daniel
     
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    Mirek S. gave kudos to MartinK in connection between ERA server and agents fail   
    Changing certificate to original in ESMC' settings should be enough:

    When you click "Open certificate list", you should be able to select original certificate, the one as shown in your previous screenshots. Just be aware that change will require restart of ESMC service.
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    Mirek S. gave kudos to offbyone in Management protocol + reverse proxy   
    We have successfully implemented haproxy in front of ESMC in a test environment.
    Our first attempt to run in http mode failed, as we found that ESMC agent does not seem to send back valid HTTP responses which comply to http standards.
    But we further found that this is not a problem with what we want to achieve (checking validity of the client cert on the reverse proxy side), as TLS bridging with haproxy also works in TCP mode.
    Following is the relevant part of the haproxy config:
    frontend esmcAgentFE mode tcp option tcplog bind *:2222 ssl crt /etc/haproxy/ssl/crt/esmcServer.pem verify required ca-file /etc/haproxy/ssl/ca/esmcCA.pem default_backend esmcAgentBE backend esmcAgentBE mode tcp default-server ssl default-server ca-file /etc/haproxy/ssl/ca/esmcCA.pem default-server crt /etc/haproxy/ssl/crt/esmcAgent.pem server default esmc.mydomain.com:2222 Cheers
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    Mirek S. gave kudos to MichalJ in Future changes to ESET Cloud Administrator   
    @segFault
    As ESET Business Account is used as "identity provider" and "authentication service" you can enable 2FA within business account settings. Back-end architecture of ESET Cloud Administrator is designed in a way, that it´s fully backed-up and redundant. Meaning that despite you set a location you belong to, unless the entire data-center goes down, service will be available). I will check, whether a cross-data-center backup is planned.
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    Mirek S. gave kudos to offbyone in Regex for Dynamic Group not working   
    I think so.
    To get sure I did the last change yesterday evening and had a look at the results today. Group was still empty. Then I changed from "regex" to "has prefix" and 10 minutes later I saw the first computer appearing in the group.
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    Mirek S. gave kudos to Nightowl in Kid can uninstall Parent control in Safe mode   
    That's a smart kid you have , it's quite a good thing , he is cheating your security measures , another version of you.
    You can lock the software with an AppLocker , but that won't prevent him from booting to safe mode again and remove it , you can close your bootloader/recovery , so he cannot do hard reset.
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    Mirek S. gave kudos to chrlshlmn in Glad to be back,I saw a difference after install.Thank you   
    After leaving eset for the last 3  plus years  its'  its glad to be back.I used another top brand name security software,and after installing the lastest version,and after about a week of the trial version,I was excited to purchased eset,upon install I noticed a difference the way my machine acted.Very Smooth and Stable,I didn't  know security software could make that big of a difference.What a difference ESET made on my machine.I can't speak for everyone,but I know eset security did for me,So For So Good, Thank You
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    Mirek S. gave kudos to itman in If You Use Licensing Cracking Software, You Need To Read This   
    It appears that a number of Eset users employ license "crackers." It also appears that a number of Eset forum participants feel that the most widely used , the KMS software family of crackers, are safe. As noted in this recent analysis of KMS based software by AVLabs in Poland, they are definitely not safe to use.
     
    KMSAuto and KMSpico are the most commonly installed hacktool on computers in Poland
    https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=pl&u=https://avlab.pl/&prev=search&pto=aue
    Note: This article was posted in the Polish language. Hence the use of Google's Translator.
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    Mirek S. gave kudos to junyuanma in AV is blocking loading webpages   
    I turned on startup scan in normal mode and enabled AppVerifier in safe mode. When I returned to normal mode, ESET did not load into the system, and the issue cannot be triggered. I tried manually open ESET Security through Start Menu, but nothing happened after I clicked the icon.
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    Mirek S. gave kudos to RCK in AV is blocking loading webpages   
    Hello guys,
    Okay, I removed (from safe mode) EEA with esetuninstaller.exe, then reinstalled my usual 5.0.2272.7 x64 on my Win7.
    Then I go to > advanced configuration > computer > HIPS > [uncheck] Selfdefense, and I performed a virus database update, then I rebooted.
    With Selfdefense OFF, I tried to perform a procdump and it freezed Windows, no dump file was writen to disk, and I just totally lost control over operating system.
    I tried multiple times to generate a dump with selfdefense OFF, but it just totally freeze win7 (with / without "-e 1", "-ma", "32/64 procdump.exe", etc.)
    So I decided to enable again Selfdefense and start the command "procdump.exe -ma -s 10 -n 720 ekrn.exe" to have one dump every 10 seconds (because with selfdefense ON, I can't use "-e 1" unfortunatly).
    I also runned "process monitor", and wait the issue to reproduce.
    I feel that when the exception occurs, EEA is performing one of the startup scan because I can see the eset icon turning into taskbar, and overlib speak about startup scan, not virus database update.
    Could it be related to memory ?
    This startup task is eating a lot or ram (1.7 GB!), maybe there is one kind of infinite loop here.
    About dump, the bigger eea was using memory, the less dump file I could generate (See screenshot, "Error writing dump file: 0x8007000D").
    Another information, once the ekrn.exe engine is broken, disabling AV from GUI is useless, but I can have internet access again with the following settings modifications:
    USELESS = advanced configuration > internet & mail > protection of web access > HTTP & HTTPS > [Uncheck] Activate control
    USELESS = advanced configuration > internet & mail > protocol filtering > [Uncheck] Activate content filtering
    FIXED = advanced configuration > internet & mail > protocol filtering > [Uncheck] System integration
    So finally, I was able to trigger the bug and have a 1.3 GB dump before and a 1.9 GB after freeze, let's hope it will help
    I also have one whole 4GB logfile from ProcessMonitor.
    Please find my complete debug session files (14GB) at the following URL (it's one ultra 1GB 7z file with 512MB dictionnary RAM compression):
    hxxp://tmp.zool.fr/tmp/eset/20200713_NoOutgoingPacket.7z
    Thanks !



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    Mirek S. gave kudos to isaha in Individually controllable update settings   
    Thanks for your fast reactions. I really appreciate it.
    The situation is a bit complicated, but try to explain:
    We are a large, heterogeneous research institute. There is no central ActiveDirectory that manages all clients. We have Windows, MacOS and various Linux clients.
    We are currently preparing to switch from ERAC 5 to ESMC 7, finally.
    We have clients that only have access to our internal network;
    clients that are allowed to access the Intranet and the Internet;
    and clients that are operated outside our network for a long time (e.g. external research locations).
    Many employees are only with us for a few months and also bring their private devices with them.
    As long as they work with us, they get an institute account and are obliged to use our ESET Antivir solution.
    However, if these employees leave, we want to prevent them from continuing to benefit from our ESET license. With protecting the update-server with authentication; when their account expires with their departure, they can no longer access our update mirror server.
    So far with ERAC 5, we have had 2 update servers. Once the ERAC as a mirror-server itself via http without password protection in the internal network.
    And in addition, precisely because many of our devices are operated outside of our network for a longer time, an https mirror with password protection. Each user has their own login data, which become invalid when the user leaves our institute.
    With the switch to ESMC 7, the idea is now to provide a single update mirror server in the DMZ. All clients within our network (whether they have an internet connection or are only allowed to use local resources) can receive their updates from this update mirror without a password based on internal IP addresses.
    Clients who are temporarily or a longer time outside the internal network should use a password to access their ESET updates as long as the user has an activated institute account. This password is only known by the user, so they must enter it into the ESET antivir settings on their client.
    Clients, who leave our institute and therefore have no valid account anymore, should of course no longer be able to use our ESET antivir infrastructure.
    So thats why almost every client setting should therefore be set by a server-side Policy, except for the update setting where user name and password are stored.
    This is exactly what is currently not possible with Windows clients. But it is possible with MacOS / Linux Client Policies, so it would be nice if this were possible with Windows Client Policies also.
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    Mirek S. gave kudos to Marcos in 7.3.2036.0 "Hotfix" still a fail ESET   
    Since figuring out the root cause of the issue will require further troubleshooting and also more information will be required, I would strongly recommend opening a ticket with your local ESET support to ensure that the case is tracked and dealt with properly.
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    Mirek S. gave kudos to Marcos in MDM database access denied   
    Please use "MS SQL Server" db instead of "MS SQL Server via Windows authentication".
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    Mirek S. gave kudos to SCR in License Auto Renewal   
    Got it, Turns out I had made the change already. My memory just isn't what it used to be.
    Getting old isn't fun at all, but it beats the alternative.
    Thanks to both of you for your help.
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    Mirek S. gave kudos to itman in I Am Fed Up With The Eset Forum Website   
    So far, so good. Will post again if it starts acting up again.
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    Mirek S. gave kudos to deg in ESET LINUX SERVER VERSION   
    I use Ubuntu 20.04 LTS + MySQL 8.0.20 + ODBC from recommended link https://dev.mysql.com/downloads/connector/odbc/5.2.html - but after selecting Ubuntu Linux 20.04 there is only one version - mysql-connector-odbc_8.0.20-1ubuntu20.04_amd64.deb
    In april I've upgraded Ubuntu from 18.04 LTS to 20.04 LTS. Works perfectly with EMCS 7.1.503.0. Couple days ago I wanted to upgrade EMCS to 7.2.2233.0 via WebConsole. But upgrade was not sucessfull. From logs I read that I have no SUPER right for DB user. I've given this right but EMCS just not worked. I can't repeat update via WebConsole. I downloaded EMCS installer from Web, but instalation failed - with error sth like "corupted DB". I deleted DB and restored from backup and once again - run installer. Instalation was successfull, but EMCS service failed. Port 2222 was not open, few seconds after start eraserver - server crashed.
    After many different tries, I wrote to polish Eset support (Dagma). I've got simple answer (without any log analysis) - something like "you use unsupported Ubuntu version. Try on supported version and contact us if it will not work".
    Today I do clean install EMCS (without certs create). Install was successfull but... EMCS stil crashes few seconds after start. I can send you full logs and crashdumps, but I prefer not to publish logs on public forum.
    Sorry for my English. Regards
    deg
    EDIT:
    Oups! I have deleted some earlier logs (before clean install), but I send these logs to polish Eset support - ticket number #0675574.
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    Mirek S. gave kudos to itman in Revoked certificate   
    The certificate for the web site has been revoked: https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/analyze.html?d=clik.tradingacademy.com
    Contact the web site administrator of this status. Or contact the concern by whatever means and inform them of this status.
    Note: regardless of Eset use or not, any browser will also reject the connection to this web site due to it's revoked certificate status.
     
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    Mirek S. received kudos from Peter Randziak in Remove Android (tablet) device from MDM database   
    Hello,
    Device ID in MDM database is pseudorandom due to google privacy policy (unless device is enrolled in Device Owner mode). To remove device from MDM run stop managing task wait a few minutes (due to replication), EESA should be uninstalled if device still has connectivity. It should be safe then to remove device from ESMC console. Devices which receive stop managing task have DeEnrollmentFlag set to 1 in Device table (I believe since 7.0 version) if there's a quirk and it's not removed automatically.
    HTH,
    M.
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    Mirek S. gave kudos to Embercide in Why doesn't the client version auto update - only the definitions?   
    As the title suggestions, why don't the endpoint security products auto update (eg from 7.2 to 7.3) ?  Only the virus definitions do.

     
    With 90% of staff working from home its not possible to push this update out via our on-premise ERA (not that it ever worked realiably before) 
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    Mirek S. received kudos from CarloMostoles in updating Mobile Device Connector 6.5 to 7.1   
    Hello,
    I would not recommend using ODBC driver newer than 5.3.11.
    Other than incompatibilities later MySQL ODBC drivers/client library also switched to unconditional use of openssl instead of internal TLS implementation they used to have and in some cases this triggers startup clashes of openssl initialization where MDM requires some setup and MySQL actually uses different one causing runtime issues.
    HTH,
    M.
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    Mirek S. gave kudos to itman in This really shouldn't be difficult, but it is   
    Where the confusion kicks in on Eset licensing options is they offer a multi-device license option: https://www.eset.com/us/home/multi-device-security/ . This license allows you to install Eset on any device where a supported product version exists.
    To add to the confusion depending on where you reside, Eset marketing in that country might offer a multiple pack option; usually up to 5 devices. So the result is a multi-device and multi-license subscription which allows any Eset product to be installed on up to 5 supported devices. The key to keeping all this straight is that Eset products have built-in restrictions; e.g. NOD32 has an option for Windows and Linux. The other Eset desktop products only support Windows. And obviously, the Eset mobile version is for Smart phones. 
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    Mirek S. gave kudos to Scotch in This really shouldn't be difficult, but it is   
    It would be so much simpler if Eset would just ask questions before you buy. Nothing crazy, just ask about OS, how many devices, what level of protection, etc. That way, buyers wouldn't do something stupid, like buy the wrong software. *ahem* The irony to me is that the experience I've had resembles how Microsoft makes simple things like finding information on correcting problems -- or even sometimes products you want to buy (!) -- difficult because they put the information somewhere stupid, and/or forgot to tell the user where to find it. Yet, my experience with Eset's Windows and Android products over the better part of a decade has been completely drama-free.

    Thank you, by the way.
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    Mirek S. received kudos from CEPers in DEP certificate chain error   
    Hello,
    We are aware of this issue. Apple switched to virtual servers (which require TLS SNI) and this caused malfunction in all currently released versions of MDM.
    Please contact support for hotfix version
    HTH,
    M.
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