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  1. I have never used it , but it seems to have lot of people using it according to Chrome and Firefox , but no I don't know if there is a support for Safari or not.
  2. 1 - I have found an add on called Web of Trust , does what you are asking for 2 - as stackz said a scan will run after install , a restart is not required after install if I remember correctly 3 - If you somehow have smart security , here - https://help.eset.com/password_manager/1/en-US/disable.html
  3. You can search in Google for KBXXXXXX and then see the changes that are made in specific update https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/topic/kb4023057-update-for-windows-10-update-service-components-fccad0ca-dc10-2e46-9ed1-7e392450fb3a
  4. I don't know if for Mac product same as Windows But in options , go to User Interface , and then unselect Show License Messages and Notifications
  5. Do you mean to create an Administrator user with limited powers?
  6. WPA is no longer a secure option as it can be cracked / bypassed , it's recommended to use WPA2 and WPA3 with AES encryption mode
  7. It's warning you that you have connected into a HOTSPOT/ACCESS POINT that has no password If you set up a password , that message will disappear as it's more secure to have a password on the AP as it would prevent unwanted people from connecting and try to do bad things.
  8. When you restart your PC , right before it goes to load Windows , you should be able to get into BIOS settings by clicking the HOTKEY , each motherboard manufacturer has a different hotkey for the options , I found those might help : Acer: F2 or DEL ASUS: F2 for all PCs, F2 or DEL for motherboards Dell: F2 or F12 HP: ESC or F10 Lenovo: F2 or Fn + F2 Lenovo (Desktops): F1 Lenovo (ThinkPads): Enter + F1. MSI: DEL for motherboards and PCs Microsoft Surface Tablets: Press and hold volume up button. Origin PC: F2 Samsung: F2 S
  9. You are welcome , I hope it will help.
  10. You can just ignore it , exclude it from ESET detection if you don't want to keep it from coming up Once disabled in BIOS it should be more safe that CompuTrace will not be able to run as it's disabled from the BIOS. If I am not mistaken , there should be an option to switch it off or completely disable it. Disable it for your case.
  11. From BIOS settings there should be an option to turn off CompuTrace but there is a possibiltiy that ESET will keep detecting it no matter if you disable it or not , because it's still remains in the BIOS If the PC manufacturers have a BIOS update that doesn't include CompuTrace , then you can get rid of it , but if not then there is nothing to do other than replace the PC or disable it from BIOS settings.
  12. If you search for your PC model , there might be a BIOS/UEFI update that doesn't have the CompuTrace , Dell did that before , but it may not even hide the detection from ESET , because ESET is doing it's job and alerting you of something that can trace you and can be used maliciously You can disable it in the BIOS or you can see if there is an update from your PC manufacturers that doesn't include the CompuTrace part.
  13. Try first to get ESET to make a deep scan to all computer and then after see what kind of detections it can get And if you can post the log of the detection it would be more helpful. https://support.eset.com/en/kb2909-advanced-scanning-options-in-eset-windows-home-products See here for more details on how to make an in-depth scan for your PC If MalwareBytes is running in real-time you should disable it , as it would make conflicts between the 2 installed Antivirus that you have which is ESET and Malwarebytes will start conflicting on files if both of them run in real
  14. PDF is only accessible to ESET Staff but I doubt they will download it.
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