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Rami

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  1. It works I can open the GUI but before it used to open a GUI icon and never disappear when I close , so it used to stay when I open as Administrator , now when I close it closes ( it works fine ) I want it to stay just for me the other question is it possible for multiple admins to receive the notification?
  2. Lightshot installer has somekind of a toolbar that I never encountered , so you get a false positive only on the installer not on the application itself.
  3. Hello , I switch the GUI to Terminal for the RDS Server , So no normal users would have the GUI , but for Administrators , there used to be a bug , a good bug but it stopped for now , that when I am in the Administrator user and I do open ESET as Administrator , it adds the GUI on the taskbar , now it doesn't , GUI Icon in taskbar is hidden if the software is set in Terminal mode Is there an option to restore the icon in the Terminal Mode only for Administrator (after running the app as administrator to open the GUI while in terminal mode)? Threat notifications where you put the name of the username , could it be multiple usernames to take the notification , should I separate the names with something? Thanks.
  4. Now it doesn't appear after a restart but still Windows Security shows that real time is turned off and recommends that it should be on , it doesn't show anywhere that ESET is running.
  5. Every restart for the server , Windows Defender detects that ESET has turned Windows Defender off and detects the changes as viruses and asks for reversing them. Win32\I don't remember what , server is secure and clear for sure , it's clean installation , scanned by ESET also. Windows Server 2019 1809
  6. This topic probably would get locked if I am not mistaken , here it is explained how to send a sample for check or for false positive :
  7. Try to change your DNS servers , can you reach?
  8. HitmanPro is quite effective for a secondary scanner if you want.
  9. There are two ways to do that : 1)Through the GUI of ESET software you have , you can send a sample for analysis , here is more detailed information about it : https://support.eset.com/kb141/#esetproduct 2)Archive the infected files , encrypt them with a password of infected and hide the names , it should prevent the scanner of your email from identifying the malicious files unless they prevent archives from being sent through email.
  10. It seems that they have removed the malicious link.
  11. I believe one who use the expressVPN , should consider again if to use them or not , after all when one uses VPN he/she should feel more secure while using VPN and not more vulnerable
  12. As far as I know this is not connected to the version itself but it's connected to LiveGrid servers , it's taking them a little bit to identify the license , this is why after some minutes the message was gone because the server identified your license.
  13. If you have their extension in browser , remove it , it will be solved There is JavaScript Redirector in that website , I don't know what this link has to do with that VPN
  14. This is the quote by the member in CodeProject : Member 10451815 22hrs 45mins ago I had exactly the same issue since today. I ran a full ESET scan - nothing. I ran a full Malwarebytes scan - nothing. I ran a full Search&Destroy scan - nothing. Yet the ESET popups about blocked access to 7g6njejx.com kept coming. When I checked the ESET logs it reported this as a JS/Redirector.NDS trojan. The traffic was caused by ExpressVPN executable in my case, specifically: C:\Program Files (x86)\ExpressVPN\xvpnd\xvpnd.exe I uninstalled ExpressVPN but the issue persisted. I then remembered that ExpressVPN installs brower extension and sure enough they were still present. I removed the browser extensions and the popups stopped. My concern is that none of the Antivirus/Malware checks found anything yet it was clearly happening. So I am not sure whether my system is clean now. It should probably solve your problem.
  15. Try it Virtual , or as live USB , but mostly if you are not going for advanced stuff then you won't need commands at all , but you will get used to them and it will be fun after a while to use them It's better than CMD/Powershell , so much better.
  16. Commands will help you a lot for sure , but if you start with Ubuntu ( I like MATE GUI , search for Ubuntu MATE ) , then you can do most of the job through the GUI till you get to learn about the commands and so on.
  17. Indeed it's much better than Windows 8 tried to do , and when you get used to it , it's a good stable operating system , if you can ditch Windows and go for Linux then you will feel much better
  18. Are you talking about LiveGrid ? , If yes , Is that a new license that you have just activated?
  19. Indeed it does sit on Windows Firewall and show you real time graphs and some other things , I don't know I have never tested it , and never had a trouble with ESET Firewall , It's good for me.
  20. I never tried that , but lot of people are talking about this firewall : https://www.glasswire.com/ I am not recommending it not because it's bad because I haven't tried it , but take a look.
  21. Yeah I remember those days where you had to run other software to detect the malware because the AV is not interested in them I don't recommend staying with Windows 7 even if ESET is supporting it , It's not good because Microsoft will abandon it. This could help you with Windows 10 Privacy : https://www.oo-software.com/en/shutup10
  22. Actually nothing , but you get to see the product before and you get to report bugs to ESET , so it's more what you give not what you get
  23. I understand , I ask because I used to look at them from time to time
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