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  1. Thanks. Ok I will try. So far it won't let me put the data folder from inside the eset program folder: g:\Program Files\ESET Security\Data\ So here is what I did that worked: g:\Program Files\ESET Security\ g:\Program Files\ESET Security Data\ g:\Program Files\ESET Security\Modules\
  2. Sorry I replied too fast and edited my previous post that you quoted. Ok. Is there a way to keep previous settings of eset? Site whitelist, blacklist, firewall, etc
  3. I kept "g:\Program Files\ESET\" but deleted "g:\Program Files\ESET\ESET Security\" since I thought I could keep the previous installation folder g:\Program Files\ESET\Data". Or does the installing have to be completely clean. The installer does not complain about the other two paths.
  4. Thanks. The error message seems to indicate the contrary though. It should says something like "Folder already exist. Please select another location." to be clear. I tried again after deleting the folders but I still get a 'red' rectangle around the 'Data Folder'. What are the 'legal' locations for 'Data Folder'?
  5. Thanks. So nobody has an answer to my question? I should submit a bug report then.
  6. I needed to reinstall eset because Windows complained that there was no anti-virus installed after renewing eset. Buggy renewall feature it would seem. I uninstalled eset through the Programs and Features dialog, rebooted and now I am trying to reinstall it but it won't let me choose the installation folders. I am trying to reinstall it on a different drive than the default and it does not let me. I even tried creating those folders myself but it won't accept it? There is only a 'Back' button... Even clicking 'Back' it says 'Invalid Folders Selected' and it is now 'stuck'
  7. So it would seem that either way I am opening some security holes. I am not sure which one is worse. Is there a way to just accept that self-signed SSL certificate without opening new security holes?
  8. I used the eset menus to enter a specific IP address (192.168....) but it saved 'localhost' so I am not sure what I can do. I don't like this at all but is there another option?
  9. Thanks for your help. I tried both your suggestions. 1- When I "set SSL protocol filtering mode to Interactive", I cannot even access this forum. I am getting that same error SSL_ERROR_BAD_CERT_ALERT. 2- So I tried adding the ip address in the 'list of known certificates' but it does not seem to help when I "set SSL protocol filtering mode to Interactive". Eset does not ask me anything even though the option is set to 'interactive' and the certificate was added in the list with 'Auto'. So I have put it back to 'automatic' and changed the access to 'Allow' and 'Ignore
  10. Hi, I am trying what you suggested but: 1- I could not find your option 'Protocol filtering'. 2- I could only find 'advanced setup -> web and email -> web access protection -> url address management' that has an address list that I can edit. I added the IP address in the 'list of allowed addresses' and clicked ok to confirm. But that does not help. I am still getting the same error message.
  11. Hi, I am trying the openVAS tryout in a virtual machine as they suggested on their site. But eset and firefox is preventing me from accessing it. I am getting: Secure Connection Failed An error occurred during a connection to "IP address" SSL peer cannot verify your certificate. Error code: SSL_ERROR_BAD_CERT_ALERT I think the virtual machine is a linux and it uses a self-signed SSL certificate. Is there a way to add an exception in eset for a web site that I trust?
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