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Wolf Igmc4

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  1. Add a behavior blocker, based on the reputation system of Eset. Yes, I said this some time ago, but if Eset don't add it, in the future, this will be a big problem.
  2. ESET have sandbox, but we just can't access it. But I agree with you, I want to manage apps in a sandbox.
  3. No, for example: A threat has been detected (MSIL/blabla) when X tried to access X. I just want to block the popup of the specific ´MSIL/blabla´. If for example another threat is detected (for example, MSIL/Blabla25) is detected, it´s popup will appear. I don´t know if you understand me :/
  4. the document doesn´t say if this is for business or for home users.
  5. Idk Just informing. another one: https://www.virustotal.com/#/file/1e851a3e58d6300abc61f0b6d480ffeef8b37530568934170ce160ad1ea0110f/detection
  6. https://www.virustotal.com/#/file/1001a8c7f33185217e6e1bdbb8dba9780d475da944684fb4bf1fc04809525887/detection
  7. Oh, I didn´t know about beta versions of Eset. Is there any blog where this updates are released? Can we use the beta on a normal PC (not for testing)? Thx.
  8. I discovered the problem. It´s the AdsBypasser script from Tampermonkey extension. I´ll inform the owner. Thanks. Edit: They already have been informed, it will be fixed in next release, it´s a compatibility problem with Tampermonkey, with Violentmonkey the alert don´t appear.
  9. Chrome, yes. Oh, and not only appears in Google sites. In most of sites it occurs (in Eset forum not). And I´m not infected with any malware.
  10. Every time I go to any Google page (Youtube included), the alert below appears. It´s a real virus or not? Can I mute the notification for this alert only? All the alerts you see are the same malware (?) Thanks.
  11. Well I didnt know about this software, but I think 57$ every year is a bit expensive.
  12. That's It, I just don't know if Eset can block It.
  13. Download Process explorer (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/downloads/process-explorer), run It as admin, in options click on virus total and allow terms and conditions. Then, in the tabs, you will see "Virustotal", click It and find a program with detections that you dont know his origin. Suspend It. Go to his Path, and try deleting It. If you cant, remember the path and run Windows in safe mode, go to the path and delete the files.Then, reboot. If the malware persist, download Autoruns (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/downloads/autoruns), another Microsoft essentials program. In options allow Virustotal terms, then find an entry with derections, make sure it's not an important entry or a program you installed, and delete It. You can try finding the name of the entry, just go to the path where the malware is alocated, copy it's name and find it on Autoruns. Edit: You can also try using second opinion scans first, I recommend Hitman Pro, Zemana and Malwarebytes. If you are not able to kill the virus, run win in safe mode, hit Windows key and R, and write Rstrui.exe, and select a copy where the virus wasnt in ur pc. If any important file is deleted, download shadow Explorer and find in the backups your files (you can find tutorials in YT).
  14. Eset Live Grid know lot of programs to avoid false positives, so a behavior blocker isn´t a bad idea...
  15. Another suggestion: We all know that we can change the settings to predeterminated, but we are forced for do this for all the settings. Ok, instead of this, Eset could add a button to do this in all sections of the settings (Antivirus, firewall, etc.).
  16. https://virustotal.github.io/yara/ If not, it may help researchers of Eset to improve detection and prevention of the AV solution.
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