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    My office has been attacked by a Dharma (.adobe suffix) ransomware variant but my users had ESET Endpoint Security (5.0.2228.1) running on their PCs (with updated signatures, etc.). How would a ransomware attack still be allowed to infect all their local files (not to mention the server drives) as I would have hoped some form of detection or intervention would to happen. I can forward the logs from one particular PC (using the ESET Log Collector app) to someone if they could provide insight. I have an upset client base here and they are questioning the choice of ESET as a viable product, so hopefully I can get them some reasonable answers. Please help. J.