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  1. Thank you, Marcos. I did a bit of checking and found that indeed, JS/Spigot.B is being deleted as soon as it comes. The only odd thing is, the ESET console does not report any action taken, even though action was clearly taken, it just reports that the threats exist, I have to manually tell it that resolution has occurred. Is there a setting of some sort I am missing?
  2. Our ESET management center is reporting many machines at several sites with JS/Spigot.B. How can we best use ESET Endpoint 7.0 or 7.1 to delete these extensions and also block them from ever being installed?
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