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  1. Petr, In case you are still looking for a solution, I suspect you have downloaded from the Google play store and "google" has taken out the feature you wish to use. Please reference the following link to download the mobile product direct and install it from its ".apk" file to resolve the issue. (note the link below is a US link) https://support.eset.com/kb6563/?viewlocale=en_US I am hopeful this will be useful in your local area (I see you are in the U.K.) you may have to research the "proper" link for your location. (maybe search the KB6563 from your location) Hope this helps
  2. Marcos, I appreciate the additional info. I am embarrassed to say what I thought was ESET was something calling/receiving in the router itself (the router has a security feature built in) after a router firmware update last evening the mystery burst are gone this evening. I lacked the expertise to tell where it was coming from. I incorrectly assumed it had to be something on my wired PC as internet and LAN light for the PC were timed perfectly together with the changing file name along with the router traffic monitor and ESETs watch activity monitor showing tx/rx pattern on the network after it changed. itman - Sorry to distract the topic, as my concerns now seem unrelated and now solved I wanted to share this as I do not want to cast any unnecessary doubt -- ebill (always learning)
  3. Marcos, Thank you for your clarification on the AMSI setting. I was just trying to correlate something "new" observed with the new activity observed. Is it safe to assume this new "scanning" observed is the real time scanner checking critical files/files against an online data base. I thought of posting a while back but concluded it "had" to be a new method of checking files. After seeing itman's question I am more curious. Thank you for all you do
  4. itman, I had noted the "changing" files at the ESET GUI location you in your screen shot after installing Windows 10 version 1809. I was looking for "what" was communicating through my router one quiet evening when I was not initiating activity. I would see IO activity lights blinking at intervals matching the "changing" of the file name. I may be way off but I suspect this activity is due to ESET's integration with Microsoft's Anti-malware Scan Interface (AMSI). Check out this setting that turned up after the fall update 1809. In my Googling of AMSI this seems to make sense, I have not yet switched it off to see during a quiet time (seems like we always have something running here). I ran across interesting material you had written in regard to AMSI while googling it so I am sure you are familiar with how it works. Do you think what you have noticed is related to this new enhanced "scanning" ? I guess we would need to know how ESET is implementing it.
  5. PassingBy, In the meantime as Marcos looks at your logs, I would like to make a possible suggestion. First I assume you are initiating your "payment" session from a normal browsing window, if not please excuse my comments. I am seeing no issues with Firefox version 65.0.1 64 bit (current standard release) when I start the banking and payment from a desktop shortcut (or GUI). For all recurring "transaction sites" I keep a shortcut in the resulting "B&P" version of Firefox (as a separate profile is used for B&P). If I am doing a one off purchase I will browse to the point of knowing I want to purchase and simply copy and past the website into the B&P browser and continue the transaction in B&P. I have done PayPal this way with no issues where secure redirects are done without issues. I feel the "extra time" is no longer than waiting for ESET to redirect and click OK to accept the change to B&P. Certainly B&P should work while navigating to a payment or banking site (as it is advertised) but as redirects themselves break some sites built in security, my suggestions may be something to try to ensure things work as expected for you. Hope this could help -- ebill
  6. Hello to the ESET forum, I am a computer enthusiast as a hobby. I enjoy desktop computing to seek out information on a great number of items of curiosity. I had been seeking out a new Internet security suite and had been researching ESET using the web and monitoring the forum here. The past two AV vendors I have used I participated in their forums and have found forums to be a reliable gauge in how security software preforms and how the company takes care of its customers. On the ESET forum, I have found very knowledgeable people with high levels of computer expertise. I am excited to continue to monitor and hopefully contribute as I learn more about ESET Internet security through its use. I am new to ESET but I am very impressed with the software so far. It seems to be very easy to set up and ample configuration. I really like the banking and payment browser as well as the light weight effect overall the software has on the OS. I have one windows 10 pro machine 1803 and one older lap-top running windows 10 home 1803 both running ESET internet security current version I work as a mechanic/machinist (forklift) and enjoy bicycling Glad to be here -- ebill
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