tjg79

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  1. I've upgraded my virtual Windows 7 XP Mode machine from ESET SS 8 to ESET SS 10.1.219.0 32-bit. It appears that the Personal firewall is non-functional on the virtual machine. Is there a fix for that? Regards
  2. Hi, I noticed when I started my desktop running Win 7 Pro x64 with ESET Smart Security 10.1.219.0 that the Banking & Payment protection was non-functional. I attempted to restore the program feature, but I haven't been successful. I changed the protected websites from Secured browser to Normal browser and back again, rebooted, but the program feature remained non-functional. It was functional when I previously shutdown, so I don't know what caused the change. Attached below are a few screen shots that show what I see. How do I restore the Banking & Payment protection security tool to functional status? Thank you for the assistance. Regards
  3. Since I completed a clean install of the ESET SS 10.1.219.0 with default configuration for the most part, I haven't had issues logging on to that DoD website. I'm not using BPP to log onto that site either. My ESET install has never used BPP for those types of websites.
  4. I've also noticed that IE11 will freeze up after several hours of use and the only solution is to use Task Manager to close the browser window. Otherwise, it doesn't respond to cursor position or mouse clicks. I don't know if that's related to my ESET SS 10. Presently, I've got ESET SS 10.1.219.0 configured to default settings for the most part.
  5. I just noticed a thin light green line or box around my browser (IE11) window. I hadn't notice that before. What is it? Can it be turned off? Does it indication a problem? Other than the light green line, everything appears nominal. Thanks for the assistance. Regards
  6. No, I'm not using the BPP to connect to the DoD website. When the BPP was first available, it only popped up when I connected to my bank's website. Then, after what must have been an update, it started popping up when I was paying for an eBay purchase with PayPal. It seemed to have problems with the eBay/PayPal operation, because it would open about three different windows before it would work without errors. After what must have been another update, it seems to be better behaved now when it pops up in conjunction with eBay and PayPal.
  7. I don't trust Google either, but FB is worst. I performed the clean re-install of ESET SS 10.1.219.0. When attempting to log in to that website described above I was successful after only one failed attempt. That's an improvement. The failed attempt indicated that the connection problem was due to firewall settings. I assume those firewall settings are related to the ESET SS program. Does anyone know how to inspect those firewall settings and make changes if they aren't set correctly? Is there a log file that would indicate the problems? I suspect there's a setup configuration in ESET SS that needs to be changed.
  8. Thanks guys. I'll try a clean install of the latest version and if that doesn't resolve my connection issues, I'll try a clean install of a previous version and compare to determine if my connection issue are linked with the ESET SS program. When I was looking at the threads in this forum, I got the impression that others were having similar issues with the newly released program update. Thanks again for the info. Regards
  9. I'm considering a clean install of the ESET program. Is there a link to download the latest version? Also, is there a utility to completely remove all traces of the ESET program before the clean re-install?
  10. I'm having the issues with both IE11 and Google Chrome Version 60.0.3112.90 and the previous version 59.0.3071.115 on Win 7 Pro 64-bit.
  11. Those aren't the actual web addresses I'm having issues with connection. I can connect to those without issues. I'm having issues when I attempt to log on to the web address depicted in the attached screen shot. I've been able to log on after about six or seven repeated attempts. The failed attempts result in the various errors depicted in my previous post.
  12. Attached are screen shots of the connection issues. I started having these issues after I updated the ESET program.
  13. Does ESET acknowledge any problems with 10.1.219.0? If so, how long before the fix?
  14. Thanks for that information. I wasn't aware of that feature. I clicked the rollback and suspended updates until revoked. Although, I don't think that's the solution, because I suspect the program is still running on the latest program update. How do you completely rollback to the previous program version? From looking at the thread topics, it appears that others are experiencing issues with the latest program update. Regards