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    ECELeader gave kudos to Aryeh Goretsky in A holiday message from ESET for 2018   

    With the holiday season upon us, and the forthcoming New Year just around the corner, it's time to put aside the keyboard and mouse for a moment and spend some time with friends and family.  But before we do that, I did want to take a moment to wish each and every one of you a happy holiday, greetings of the season, and best wishes for the new year.

    We realize that you have many choices when choosing security providers, and thank you for trusting us to protect you in 2018 and all the years past.    And, of course, we look forward to providing you with the same high levels of security in the years ahead.

    Thank you for being part of the ESET family.

    Best regards,

    Aryeh Goretsky
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    ECELeader gave kudos to HANDJOJO in ESET Mobile Security not support SMS & call filter, anti theft SMS command due to Google policy   
    Dear Marcos,
    Thank you for your information, unfortunately the APK  is the old version (version 3) compare to Google Store is version 4.
    Please update the APK file to the latest version of ver 4.
    Awaiting the information.
    Best regards,
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    ECELeader gave kudos to Rami in Changelog for pre-release cycle   
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    ECELeader gave kudos to SM03 in Changelog for pre-release cycle   
    Fixed: After upgrade, "Modules update failed: Invalid digital signature" error
    Fixed: Desktop notifications are not displayed
    Fixed: Minor functional and localization bugs
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    ECELeader gave kudos to Buzzle in Very poor test result   
    Looks like you still don’t quite understand what the Python script is for. Its only function is to automate the execution of the malware in ./Phase1 and ./Phase2, just like there is a user that would go into the folders and run the executables one by one. The malware use for the test is all in the Phase1 and Phase2 folders. The Python script could be replaced with a PowerShell/bat/$whatever script and it won’t affect the results whatsoever. 
    Also, who even code ransomware in Python? It would probably take forever to encrypt data
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    ECELeader gave kudos to Andrew3000 in Very poor test result   
    What's wrong with you? The python script is a simple file executer nothing else, it's like double clicking with the mouse but  the process is automatted
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    ECELeader gave kudos to razorfancy in Very poor test result   
    I personally dont think the person that runs The PC Security Channel [TPSC] is manipulating the result for example ESET Internet Security v10 and v11 got good results on his tests.
    v10 Review:
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    ECELeader gave kudos to novice in Very poor test result   
    ...says somebody who has affiliation with ESET , trying to justify the questionable result .....
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    ECELeader gave kudos to Rami in Very poor test result   
    Still if you are a user that uses Python you could get infected if you are not paying attention , this is where ESET should act but it didn't
    Here are the results from the same test : https://www.thepcsecuritychannel.com/test-results
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    ECELeader gave kudos to razorfancy in Very poor test result   
    Should I be worry about this very poor test result of ESET Internet Security 2019?
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    ECELeader gave kudos to itman in Very poor test result   
    Doubt this is the case.
    From what I can determine, PC Security Channel is not an AMTSO member: https://www.amtso.org/members/
    This test falls into the category of all ad hoc Internet tests whose results cannot be verified and therefore should be ignored. The only exception I can think of would be Runbenking's PC Magazine tests employing the Core Impact tools. He has been doing those for years and is very upfront on how and what he tests for.
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    ECELeader gave kudos to TomasP in New ESET Security Forum theme   
    Hello forum users,
    ESET Security Forum is here for you for more than 5 years now and we are happy to see it grow.
    Back in 2013, we chose a look that was in line with our products, websites and overall brand at that time. However, in the recent years, ESET defined its brand design in more details and chose a unique color to represent and distinguish itself; a color that is present in most of our online and offline presentation materials nowadays, on our websites, etc. – the turquoise color.
    During the past year, we have designed a fresh new theme for the ESET Security Forum that fits perfectly with this new brand design. After implementing it and polishing the last few details that came as feedback from our ESET Forum staff (who have been using it for some time now), we are ready to unveil it for the world to see.
    When you are reading this post, the theme is already live, so you have a first-hand experience with it. We hope you like it – and in case you spot an issue, do let me know directly (via a private message).
    On behalf of the ESET Security Forum staff,