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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to Marcos in BSOD caused by uninstall of Internet Security   
    Starting Windows in safe mode is not possible only if the Device Control driver edevmon.sys has been removed from the disk without being correctly unregistered from a filter chain.
    A solution is to boot from another medium (e.g. SysRescue) and copy edevmon.sys from another machine with the same OS and ESET installed to C:\Windows\System32\drivers.
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to Marcos in 5 device license   
    Yes becase my.eset.com doesn't know anything about your devices since you haven't associated them with your license which is done during activation.
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to itman in Firewall Issue   
    Don't believe this is an Eset firewall issue. When I was on the Sage web site, I received multiple alerts from uBlock Origin filter on FireFox about adware/tracking activities on the web site.
    Post a screen shot on any alerts from Eset it is generating while on the Sage web site. 
     
     
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to Mrsbex74 in Constant Certificate Warning   
    No that's what worried me. Browser wasn't running at the time either. I've done a restart and it's stopped now. But things that go away by themselves generally reappear by themselves. It was really unsettling...
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to URBAN0 in Security Suite potentialy Blocks or brakes Webpage   
    No I haven't try that, but now I'm trying to reproduce the issue again and it wont come up, everything seem to work flawlessly🤔
    Next time (if) it happens again I will follow your suggestion, If it doesn't happen I will try to figure out anyways what could have cause that.
    Thank you
     
     
     
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to itman in No more notifications about updates? yup again   
    The security report referenced is the aggregate event status one that shows ever 30 days.
    When you have questions about Eset settings, always click on the "?" on the GUI page. This will open Eset on-line product help which will show detailed explanations for the settings: https://help.eset.com/eis/12/en-US/idh_config_ui_notifications.html
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to Marcos in Eset AMSI DLL Issue on Win 10 x(64) 1903   
    As of v12.2, eamsi.dll is signed by Microsoft, hence the error should not be logged any more. Anyways, it doesn't affect protection whatsoever and script scanning via AMSI worked in older versions without issues.
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to URBAN0 in Internet Security   
    Yes I think ESET makes great security software, very light, fast and very effective, but most of all, clean from all the unnecessary add-ons that so many other AV software are stuffed with.

     
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to itman in FireFox 68 Error On Win 10 x(64) 1903 When Accessing Banking & Payment Protection   
    This FF 68 error might be associated with Nano Defender add-on which I recently added to uBlock Origin. I saw two tmpadd-nnn files in my AppData\User\Temp directory. Have a hunch Eset B&PP "choked" when trying to remove/re-add these add-on files as part of B&PP processing.
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to Marcos in BPP Now Blocks John Hancock Financial   
    Not sure what the problem is, I didn't have any problem opening the website in Firefox 68. The site has never been marked to open in a secure browser automatically.

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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to URBAN0 in Internet Security   
    I think I have forgot one important step and I think you know what that might be, let me try it 🙂
    Forgot to change the update to pre-release.
    I'm really starting to like ESET's products
    Thanks
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to Marcos in Eset Mobile security   
    Never heard of such issue. Settings are preserved after a reboot under normal circumstances. Please contact customer care through the built-in form so that logs are submitted and a support ticket is created.
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to Marcos in Lack of details and options in the new phising page detection alert in version 12.2.23.0   
    As I wrote, the blocked page was not a phishing page, hence it was blocked without the option to report it. The behavior was same with older versions.
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to Sammo in Microsoft Edge Chromium   
    This is nothing to be concerned about is it?
     

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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to SeriousHoax in New version 12.2.23.0 ?   
    Thanks for the info. So, the changelog will be available only after it's released for all users?
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to Sammo in Microsoft Edge Chromium   
    Try changing it's scanning option from Auto to Scan.
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to itman in Microsoft Edge Chromium   
    Follow the procedures listed in this Eset knowledgebase article: https://support.eset.com/kb3126/ .
    If that doesn't work, you have three other options:
    1. Do what @Marcos suggested previously. Using the FireFox about:config option, set the following parameter, security.enterprise_roots.enabled, to true. This can be done by simply toggling on the parameter. This will force FireFox to use the Windows root CA certificate store for Firefox root certificate verification.
    2. Use Windows certmgr.msc tool to export the Eset root certificate from the Windows root CA certificate store. You can then import the created .cer file into FireFox's Authorities certificate store.
    3. Uninstall and reinstall Eset.
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to Marcos in Microsoft Edge Chromium   
    You can also set Firefox to use the system trusted root CA certificate store by setting security.enterprise_roots.enabled to true in about:config.
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to itman in Microsoft Edge Chromium   
    At this point, I would assume the Eset root certificate is not installed in FireFox. You can verify this by opening FireFox's Options and selecting the following:
    Privacy & Security -> Certificates -> View Certificates.
    At this point, FireFox's Certificate Manager should be displayed. The Authorities tab should have opened by default; if not, select that tab. Scroll down to where certificate names beginning with "E" are located and search for certificate beginning with "Eset."  
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to Hijin25 in The "System Cleaner" tool does nothing.   
    Thanks for your reply.
    If it is advisable not to use the tool, it should only be accessible after a detection.
    There are curious people who like to explore the programs they use, and the tool says nothing about restricted use.
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to Sammo in Microsoft Edge Chromium   
    Also NOT working with Firefox 68
     

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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to Sammo in Microsoft Edge Chromium   
    NOT working with Edge Chromium.

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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to Marcos in Microsoft Edge Chromium   
    It must work because the content is filtered before a browser receives data. You can provide instructions how you tested so that we can check if you did everything alright.
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to Sammo in Microsoft Edge Chromium   
    It does not work with the new Edge Dev version and it often does not work with the newer versions of Firefox either.
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to itman in The "System Cleaner" tool does nothing.   
    The purpose of the tool is to correct changes made by malware after a detection has been found. The tool should not be used in day to day use to verify if Win default settings are correct.
    As far as not noticing changes to your desktop and the like, most of the tool's changes would be "invisible;" like changes to Win utility processes; e.g. system restore, or registry changes.
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