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Dennis3745

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  1. For the third time in a month, I have received a notification from the "App Permissions Monitor" on my Samsung Note 8 Android phone with ESET Mobile Security Installed that ESET Mobile Security has used the phone's camera. I was not doing anything "active" with Mobile Security at those times nor was I using the ESET theft-prevention page to test or activate tracking. Any ideas?
  2. 1. Yes, that was clear to me. What is not clear to me is to what extent the phantom account makes it easier for a thief to obtain access to my information on the laptop. My assumption would be that the phantom account would not give automatic access to files created by other accounts on the laptop but that it might be easier for an experienced hacker to obtain access to those files through the phantom account than it would be to break the bitlocker encryption from initial log-on. 2. Whenever I try to enable phishing protection it won't allow me to do it without disabling Secure Start-up
  3. Could someone help me understand the practical trade-offs for activating or not the following Eset features? Phantom account - Smart Security for Windows The reason I am asking about this feature is that I have my Windows Pro laptop encrypted with Bitlocker. It seems to me that by creating a phantom account (with no password), I am giving up what is a pretty strong defense (the encrypted disk) to allow a possible thief to log-on so that I can track him. Is that pretty much the trade-off? Am I wrong to assume that once a potential thief logs onto the phantom account, it is prob
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