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  1. da_yoshman

    Web Protection behaviour on different browsers

    Thanks for your reply, but this is not the problem or question at this moment. There is no .doc in the email, just a link to .doc file and i wonder a little bit about the different behavior of the three different browsers in combination with ESET
  2. I test an EMOTET Download link and after that i'm not sure if i get all configurations to be protected or missed some configuration in ESET 1. Internet Explorer --> Seems to be protected with the network protection 2. Chrome --> It seems to me that chrome is blocking the download before ESET comes in the game 3. Firefox --> Let me decide to download or open the file. So i try to download the file, but then firefox told me that the file is infected So after that i'm not sure what will happen to this if chrome and/ or firefox think the file is clean - will then the network protection of ESET come into the ring?
  3. Thanks for your quick answer But there is no negative impact of still using the Shared Local Cache? At this moment i have 47.000 entries stored and 160.000 cache searches after one day - is this a sign for whatever? Because originally i wanted to ask how to size the Shared Local Cache correctly Is one cpu still enough? Are 100.000 stored entries enough? ...?
  4. Hi, i'm still in the process migrating from TrendMicro to ESET and also installed a Shared Local Cache in my virtual environment (Citrix Provisioning e.g.). But if i understand or right there is no need for Shared Local Cache anymore, because there is no performance impact? Is that right or did i misunderstood something?