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mallard65

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    mallard65 gave kudos to URBAN0 in New User Interface Change Needed   
    There is absolutely no reason to change anything about GUI, Its simple, yet elegant and easy to navigate and if that's your only gripe, your in good handsūüėČ
     
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    mallard65 gave kudos to Marcos in ESET and Windows 10 21H1   
    The latest ESET's products (v13.2 and Endpoint 7.3) are compatible with Windows 10 21H1. There should be no difference in performance after upgrade to Windows 10 21H1.
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    mallard65 gave kudos to Marcos in Real-time protection not funtional   
    Couldn't it be that you made a fresh installation of an old Endpoint? In such case issues would be expected. Please always use the latest installers from ESET's website.
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    mallard65 gave kudos to Marcos in Deleting Ransomware Notes   
    Making the ransomware note undetected was already considered and pros substantially outweighted cons.
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    mallard65 gave kudos to Marcos in Deleting Ransomware Notes   
    The user is asked for an action upon detection. While the best would be to detect and log the detection with no cleaning or promting at all, such behavior is not supported. Adding detection without cleaning just for the sake of ransomware notes would be quite expensive in terms of resources.
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    mallard65 gave kudos to Marcos in Deleting Ransomware Notes   
    Any file that is cleaned is also quarantined so that users can restore it if necessary. Moreover, ransomware notes are not cleaned automatically in default cleaning mode.
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    mallard65 gave kudos to Marcos in Limited Support   
    The license is for ESET Internet Security which entitles users to update also ESET NOD32 Antivirus for Linux desktop. However, we do not sell EAV for Linux desktop licenses directly because of ending support.
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    mallard65 gave kudos to Marcos in Limited Support   
    That's correct. Limited support basically means that we guarantee module updates for existing versions but do not make any other changes or fixes to the program.
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    mallard65 gave kudos to Marcos in Victim   
    What do you mean by "the local loopback virtual machine" on your laptop? What is the name of the folder that you mentioned and a full path to it? Didn't you activate Anti-Theft by chance?
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    mallard65 gave kudos to Marcos in Verify license ownership problems   
    Unlike the license with the public ID 3AJ-HVG-RNB, the one with PID 3AH-6E8-WW8 is not registered to your email address but to c......t@micronet.es which belongs probably to the seller and that's the problem. Sellers should register licenses with end-user's email addresses. Please contact the seller to correct it, then you will be able to manage your license yourself.
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    mallard65 gave kudos to Marcos in 13.2.18.0 BUGS   
    Does temporarily pausing real-time protection, firewall or protocol filtering make a difference? Does the issue go away after temporarily uninstalling ESET and returns after installing 13.2.18 with default settings?
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    mallard65 gave kudos to Marcos in a resent verification is needed   
    As the notice reads, the license key has been most likely misused. If you are positive that you have purchased the license from an authorized seller (e.g. via www.eset.com) please contact the seller.
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    mallard65 gave kudos to Marcos in a resent verification for license manager needed   
    Duplicate topic, we'll draw it to a close. The discussion can continue in the original topic.
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    mallard65 gave kudos to itman in License issue   
    You need to contact whomever you purchased the license from to straighten this out.
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    mallard65 gave kudos to Marcos in HELP !! No Internet after Update to 13.2.18   
    Protocol filtering is a crucial protection feature that enables web and email protection to work. If you re-enable it does the issue with viewing websites return?
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    mallard65 gave kudos to Marcos in account hacked   
    Please drop me a private message with the email address that you used for registration at my.eset.com.
    In the future, please make sure to:
    - use a stronger password that is not easy to guess
    - do not make your browser remember your login
    - avoid logging in on public machines where keyloggers could be installed.
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    mallard65 gave kudos to Marcos in account hacked   
    Please provide me with the original and changed email address via a personal message.
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    mallard65 gave kudos to Marcos in Update authorization +ESET Live Grid   
    Please drop me a personal message with your email address that you used in purchase. At least there is no license registered with your forum email address and the license with the above public ID appears to belong to a completely different person. I'd also recommend contacting the seller besides tackling the issue here.
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    mallard65 gave kudos to Marcos in Update authorization +ESET Live Grid   
    I was unable to find any license registered with your forum email. Please provide the public ID of your license.
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    mallard65 gave kudos to itman in Update authorization +ESET Live Grid   
    Actually the statement posted was:
    It is you whom is drawing inference between the separate sentences. In the context posted, the sentences are totally independent of each other.
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    mallard65 gave kudos to Marcos in Update authorization +ESET Live Grid   
    The license has been cancelled recently. Please contact the seller (ESET LLC) for more details. The license was registered to a user with an Arabic name.
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    mallard65 gave kudos to Marcos in Update authorization +ESET Live Grid   
    Legal implications? No way. If the user had a German, Slovak or whatever name I would have written that to indicate that the license is registered to a user from a different region. I for one don't see anything wrong in mentioning the nationality of a user in this context. Of course the nationality if users must never affect licenses; only international embargoes on countries may have which is not the case here.
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    mallard65 gave kudos to Marcos in Internet security eset antivirus   
    It means that you are attempting to activate the license in a different country than the one it was issued in. Please contact the seller to get it sorted or to get a refund and buy a license in the other country.
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    mallard65 gave kudos to peteyt in Is ESET antivirus a good choice?   
    Just a heads up to let you know the user appears to be a spam bot. I've reported them as well. Seems to be the same as usual, user posts something  to then later on edit the posts to add links probably hoping no mods will look back it at.
    Just wondering if there would be a way to have it so new users can't post links or would this cause problems for genuine users?
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    mallard65 gave kudos to itman in DNS Poisoning attack detection   
    As this article: https://www.networkworld.com/article/3298160/how-to-protect-your-infrastructure-from-dns-cache-poisoning.html notes, DNS poisoning mitigation really applies to enterprise environments running their own DNS server.
    A home router does not contain a true DNS server although it may state it does. In reality all that exists is a DNS cache repository built and refreshed from your ISP or third party DNS servers. A DNS poisoning attack will be directed at those or intermediary DNS backbone servers throughout the Internet. It is almost impossible to detect a real DNS poisoning attack at the local device level.
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