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MartinPe

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  1. Hello, Since the Microsoft Replacement for Edge will be officially be released next week, any plans to have support for it since it's based on Chronium? Like Banking and password manager?
  2. He has his way of testing, what I consider interesting is how the AV react when the system is locally attacked. Not filtered from the web or AV blocking the malware already on disk. Karspersky and Bitdefender handle his way of testing very well. Windows Defender not so much since it didn't was able to catch the malware before being written on disk. The ver 12 didn't go well last time, but very happy to see that v13 is handling his test very well. It's just fun to see some AV having troubles like Malware Bytes that seem to suffer as much as Windows defender. Personnaly, I have
  3. I know your are not a fan of this guy. But this time you did very good.
  4. The only thing that bothers me is the compromise part. I know it's only 1.7%. It's still 1.7% that bypass Eset without user knowing until too late. Hope Est can be better in that area.
  5. Well, you know it's still in beta right? Pretty sure Eset will evaluate the when the next version of Edge gets finally released. And that's not in a long shot going to be this year.
  6. The thing I find confusing, I can upgrade to Internet Security Premium but on the device side it talk about PC. I want to protect my Android Phone at the same time. If I get a licenses with 5 PC it also include other OS?
  7. Hello, I have currently a Internet Security with 2 PC subscription. I have to renew in April and this time I would like to change it to a 5 devices subscription. Should I wait the end of my current subscription and then buy a 5 device subscription? Or there is a way to convert my current subscription to a 5 devices one? Martin
  8. Well... no, even a guy from Google is praising this move publicly. WD is no longer the laughing stock like before. They get 100% detection, but at the cost of false positives. If I wanted to use the best month over month of best protection, I would be using Bitdefender. But I stick with Eset even at 98% each months it's pretty incredible with no FP. It's blazing fast, very low footprint compared to Bitdefender and I don't get annoyed like Bitdefender or WD with Protected Folders active when I do Delphi (yes I still use Delphi) programming. All that in a very competitive price. Small com
  9. Read that from here : https://cloudblogs.microsoft.com/microsoftsecure/2018/10/26/windows-defender-antivirus-can-now-run-in-a-sandbox/?ranMID=24542&ranEAID=je6NUbpObpQ&ranSiteID=je6NUbpObpQ-7x9MYVgx8b8unQ61TT67FA&epi=je6NUbpObpQ-7x9MYVgx8b8unQ61TT67FA&irgwc=1&OCID=AID681541_aff_7593_1243925&tduid=(ir__zzrl3z9fn3spkaxzt6u1iwo9632xkcljecgnloci00)(7593)(1243925)(je6NUbpObpQ-7x9MYVgx8b8unQ61TT67FA)()&irclickid=_zzrl3z9fn3spkaxzt6u1iwo9632xkcljecgnloci00 Kinda pretty cool. Hope Microsoft let you guys do the same.
  10. We all would like to see ESET always get 100% like Bitdefender and Kaspersky. Windows Defender does a very good job but it had a lot of false positives in the test. And ESET is way more performant than Windows Defender and you don't get a flood of popups to let applications access to My Documents if you activate the protected folder features.
  11. Found this one on the news Neowin article about ESET finding UEFI Rootkit. Does ESET already block this or I still have to activate Secure Boot?
  12. Well, I trust Eset so far with the Ransomware protection. Compare to other vendors aka Kaspersky or Bitdefender, you have to manually approve some applications in the User\Documents folders. As a gamer (Steam) and part-time dev. (Delphi), Eset doesn't annoy me. But I guess that's a trade-off Eset had to do because I visit each months www.av-comparatives.org and look at the latest Real World Protection Test , we can see that compared to Bitdefender and Kaspersky, Eset get compromise more. I just hope that with new signature and HIPS updates that these exploits gets blocked. Even Wi
  13. Can Eset do an addon that you install in Chrome that would do the same protection? I personally use Microsoft Edge (for my need it's ok). Ort maybe Eset protect less because I use Edge?
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