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RLsBK

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  1. My account is local admin. I normally never have any issue with permissions or UAC alerts, aside from when I do operations in program files.
  2. I've sent you the log by private message. I'm afraid I wasn't able to replicate the issue with those files renamed, as the problem seems to happen when I switch HIPS from smart to interactive mode. It's at that point that I'm getting plenty of allow/deny pop-ups, and after a short while I can't save anything anymore. Although, when I tried to edit HIPS rules, I'd get this error message : "User rules files contain invalid data"
  3. Well, I'm guess I'm going to have to take it to the support then. Do you personally still experience this issue?
  4. I just found someone will the same problem, and here is his conclusion : Windows is blocking Eset temporarily when too many rules (UAC prompts) are created in a short time period. I believe this is exactly my case, because I wanted a fresh start and so I cleared all of my HIPS rules. Fired up some apps, got plenty of prompts, then I would go to the settings to create and change many rules. All of these UAC prompts in a row are most likely the cause of my problem, which would explain why it comes and goes. Do you guys know anything about this behavior? Can it be circumvented?
  5. Edit: nope, didn't solve the issue.
  6. Hello! I'm having an issue ever since windows 10 forced me to upgrade from v1809 to v1903 yesterday. When the problem occurs, any attempt to change and save settings (HIPS rules too) will result in the following error message : Advancedd setup An error occurred while saving settings. Please make sure that you have permissions to change settings. Rebooting my computer, or simply signing out/signing in again, fixes the issue but only for a very short while. Re-installing NOD32 did not help. My system: Windows 10 Home x64 v1903 ESET NOD32 x64 v12.2.23.0
  7. OK so I just contacted ESET's tech support by phone, and I was told that NOD32 is not compatible with recent versions of Thunderbird, and that it's not going to change. So I guess I have to make a choice between NOD32 and Thunderbird, which I've been using for years...bummer
  8. Here you go, I hope I did everything right.
  9. It was checked in Firefox, but not in Thunderbird. Opened upThunderbird like 15 minutes later, and it was unchecked again...
  10. Alright, just tried that, but no dice. Got the same event message, two of them actually at the very same timestamp. "ESET SSL Filter CA" still listed in the certificate manager though.
  11. Hello! I installed the trial version of NOD32 a couple days ago, and so far so good if not for a recurring event message in the log files originating from the Personal firewall module : "An attempt to add the root certificate to all known browsers on your computer failed" If I'm not mistaken, it is related to the certificate ESET requires for SSL/TLS filtering to work. Now the thing is, it does seem to be installed properly on my Thunderbird and Firefox, as I can clearly see "ESET SSL Filter CA" listed in both programs' certificate manager. I've also manually added the certificate to the "Trusted Root Certification Authorities" via the Internet Properties, but the event message still show up. What could cause this? Thanks for the help. My system: Windows 10 Home x64 v1809 ESET NOD32 x64 v12.2.23.0 Firefox x64 v68.0.1 Thunderbird v60.8.0
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