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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to peteyt in Eset 13 Version   
    @MarcosCan someone please ban this user. Reported another of his posts the other week. Noticed something strange as one of his post seemed to be exactly the same post I made. User is basically copying someones post and reposting and then editing at a later date to add a spam link. Possibly hopes users will not notice because the link is not originaly included but have been keeping an eye out 
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to Marcos in Eset 13 Version   
    Thanks for the heads-up peteyt, the user was banned.
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to itman in Eset 13 Version   
    Save yourself some time and stop looking. There is no option in the Eset GUI for 12.2.30 in regards to enabling AML. That won't exist until ver. 13.
    The scenario here is the same prior to when advanced behavior blocking was implemented. That is the feature in the form of the module being present is fully functional as far as I am aware of.
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to itman in Eset 13 Version   
    It's there on my pre-released EIS ver. 12.2.30 installation:
    Detection Engine: 20128P (20191004)
    Rapid Response module: 15010P (20191004)
    Update module: 1018.1 (20190709)
    Antivirus and antispyware scanner module: 1555 (20190911)
    Advanced heuristics module: 1194 (20190918)
    Archive support module: 1292 (20190911)
    Cleaner module: 1200 (20190916)
    Anti-Stealth support module: 1155 (20190918)
    Firewall module: 1391.1 (20190912)
    ESET SysInspector module: 1275 (20181220)
    Translation support module: 1763 (20190916)
    HIPS support module: 1373 (20190916)
    Internet protection module: 1380 (20190920)
    Web content filter module: 1071 (20190605)
    Advanced antispam module: 7827 (20191002)
    Database module: 1110 (20190827)
    Configuration module (33): 1788 (20190719)
    LiveGrid communication module: 1054 (20190724)
    Specialized cleaner module: 1013 (20190627)
    Banking & payment protection module: 1160 (20190918)
    Rootkit detection and cleaning module: 1019 (20170825)
    Network protection module: 1682P (20190801)
    Router vulnerability scanner module: 1063 (20190724)
    Script scanner module: 1055 (20190924)
    Connected Home Network module: 1031.1 (20190621)
    Cryptographic protocol support module: 1040 (20190913)
    Databases for advanced antispam module: 3582P (20191004)
    Deep behavioral inspection support module: 1082 (20190716)
    Advanced Machine Learning module: 1034 (20190919)
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to zamar27 in Eset 13 Version   
    Consumer VPN use is widespread now. Eset 12 has many bugs related to VPN use, and the devs are negligent in fixing these bugs. In fact they're never fixed for years, and the impression is, Eset package is simply not tested by devs to be continuously used in consumer VPN environment. Eset also has no controls or interface features related to VPN use.
    Examples are regular excessive lengthy Eset CPU and HDD load when switching VPN on and off. Also Eset Firewall failure to restore settings in Interactive Mode after firewall is switched off while VPN is enabled, and then switched on while VPN is disabled, or vice versa.
    When reading Eset Help docs, the impression is Eset team purposely ignores the overwhelming trend on the consumer market during last years of using VPN, and devotes no technical or knowledge base articles to this very issue. Further, when contacting Eset support, they bring every fake reason to refuse investigating issues related to Eset failures to work properly in VPN environment.
    In Help docs, Eset writers make it look that VPN is only used and of interest to enterprise market, and consumers should not ask any questions, or report any bugs related to Eset consumer products systematically failing for years to work properly with VPN.
    Instead of saying "Thank you" for reporting never fixed bugs, Eset reps claim they can't find one's license, or its expired, or how it was obtained etc, trying to find a reason to refuse the bugs investigation.
    Meanwhile, reporting bugs is users free gift to Eset, and the bugs must be fixed to benefit all paying and testing product customers, regardless who reported them and under what conditions. Most large companies have Bug trackers where anyone can enter bugs, it does NOT require any license proof at all, because bug reports are free donations to the very rich Eset company, allowing it to get ever richer.
    On this forum, Eset reps also systematically ignore all user posts and threads related to VPN issues with Eset. This seems to be thick culture within Eset company of aggressively ignoring and denying existence of burgeoning consumer VPN market, thus making Eset less and less attractive to consumers despite cosmetic changes in slightly updated new product versions.
    I know my post will be deleted, ignored again, or attacked by Eset paid guns, who also attacked them in the past, while Eset has no intention to change this ill long obsolete culture of ignoring consumer VPN market.
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    BeanSlappers received kudos from fvmb in Eset 13 Version   
    I would love to know too, so far all Eset is giving us is in the Q4.  which is any time between now and christmas.  But I would love to know that too.
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to fvmb in Eset 13 Version   
    Updates  on Eset 13 final version release date.
     
    Regards,
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to Messs in problem in connecting to eset servers   
    when i enter the license code. i faced to a problem that tell couldnt connect to eset server
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to Rami in Eset 13 Version   
    Oh that's nice , never knew that
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to Posolsvetla in Since updating to 12.2.29.0   
    No, this change is only related to our back-end infrastructure. No update on the client side is needed.
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to Marcos in Notifications have disappeared?   
    Notifications about module updates are disabled by default. You can enable them here:

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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to Posolsvetla in Since updating to 12.2.29.0   
    EIS connects to our servers in order to fetch the category for a particular domain.
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to Posolsvetla in Since updating to 12.2.29.0   
    The category for discordapp.net has been corrected.
    Restart of OS is needed in order to take the effect immediately, or you can wait until the correct category is fetched automatically in coming hours.
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to SeriousHoax in AV-Comparatives Real-World Protection Test Jul-Aug 2019   
    Yes, you are right. ESET is always around the 98% mark. A test before this one they scored 98.4% which was lower than every other (Except Total Defense). So, everyone else doing better.
    I'm pretty sure too that it's not related to PUA. Eset is pretty good at detecting those. The report of the February-May 2019 test was more detailed. It showed Eset failed to detect 12 threats out of 752 but didn't mention what type of threats those were: https://www.av-comparatives.org/tests/real-world-protection-test-february-may-2019/
    Also, check the report of the February-May test. They categorized by prevalence of the false positive from Very low, low, medium and high and most of the WD false positives were on the group of very low and low. So, rarely an average user would face false positive issue. Maybe most of those detected false positive samples were blocked by SmartScreen. SmartScreen is mostly reputation based so it's a possibility.
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to SeriousHoax in AV-Comparatives Real-World Protection Test Jul-Aug 2019   
    Here's the latest AV-Comparatives Real-World Protection Test Jul-Aug 2019: https://www.av-comparatives.org/tests/real-world-protection-test-jul-aug-2019-factsheet/
    Comparison chart: https://www.av-comparatives.org/comparison/?usertype=consumer&chart_chart=chart2&chart_year=2019&chart_month=Jul-Aug&chart_sort=1&chart_zoom=2
    ESET blocked 98.3% with 1 False positive. While 98.3% is not a bad result but ESET finished last in this test and likes of McAfee, Tencent finishing ahead of ESET is what bothering me the most.
    Did you get a detailed result of the types of malwares ESET missed in this test? Were ESET able to detect them after executing or the execution is done in this test too?
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to Marcos in Downloading stuff is incredibly slow   
    Are you positive that the issue goes away after uninstalling ESET and returns as soon as you install ESET from scratch with default settings?
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to Marcos in Realease notes for 12.2.28.0   
    It should be released next week.
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to Rami in Error message from Windows at version 12.2.28.0   
    Do you mean that it takes a little bit of time for Windows to detect that ESET is running?
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to TomFace in Interactive Firewall Pop-up Gone Before I Can Click On It   
    Hello 819. As you have not made any changes that is strange.
    Still I would review

    Also I would recommend password protecting your ESET settings.

    Regards,
    Tom
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to Biyakuga in Future changes to ESET Internet Security and ESET Smart Security Premium   
    Another nice feature for network monitoring.
    Description: Ability to take actions such as block MAC/IP address etc...
    Detail: Right now the connected home monitor is pretty useless because it is like I know someone connected to my network (good or bad) but I can not do anything about it (like block his access to my computer or from my network).
    Description: AdBlock/Guard
    Detail: AdBlock is a vital feature for secure browsing and I think it is about the time ESET will add AdBlock features or even partner with AdGuard.
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to Marcos in Future changes to ESET Internet Security and ESET Smart Security Premium   
    I'm not sure if this is possible from technical point of view. Anyways, this topic is monitored by people responsible for making decisions about future features so it will be noted.
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to AGH1965 in Future changes to ESET Internet Security and ESET Smart Security Premium   
    Description: Prevent sleep during scan.
    Detail: Windows can put the computer to sleep before the scan is finished. That is very annoying. There should be an option to prevent that from happening.
     
    Oops, it's a coincidence that @zeromido asked someting similar here right above. Before I started typing, I first searched the forum for "scan prevent sleep".
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to zeromido in Future changes to ESET Internet Security and ESET Smart Security Premium   
    Description: Prevent scheduled actions
    Detail: Prevent any scheduled actions that might interrupt a scan or any security related operation. For example, scheduled shutdowns, restarts, sleeps, log offs, hibernates, etc.
    I think this can be done using an option in settings. Maybe somebody got a better idea to do this?
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to AGH1965 in Future changes to ESET Internet Security and ESET Smart Security Premium   
    A cleanup option for firewall rules when using the interactive mode, that deletes all rules that are pointing to applications that no longer exist on the computer, would be very helpful indeed. (I fully agree with JoMos here above.) 
    Especially now more and more applications move to a new folder with every update, the number of useless firewall rules grows rapidly. Deleting them manually isn't a pleasant job and keeping them might slow the firewall after some time.
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    BeanSlappers gave kudos to JoMos in Future changes to ESET Internet Security and ESET Smart Security Premium   
    Another nice feature for the firewall component that would help a lot with maintaining the firewall rules:
    Description: Firewall rules cleanup of unnecessary / invalid entries
    Detail: I've set my firewall filter setting to interactive mode, meaning that I can define for every program what the firewall should do. Over the time, you have entries in the firewall rule set about programs that are not existing on the computer anymore. A button for an automatic cleanup of those rules (delete all firewall rules that are pointing to applications that don't exist on the computer anymore) would make it easier to keep the firewall rule list tidy and it also benefits the administration of the rule set.
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