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  1. To put it short; No & Yes https://forum.eset.com/topic/8145-eset-internet-security-and-eset-nod32-antivirus-10-beta-is-available/?p=44015 https://forum.eset.com/topic/8145-eset-internet-security-and-eset-nod32-antivirus-10-beta-is-available/?p=44926
  2. ESET Internet Security is a new product in the line-up with some new features as seen in the screenshot above. ESET Smart Security is not part of the beta testing at the moment.
  3. No word yet - all I can say is that ESET Internet Security is not killing anything...but malware
  4. Default Deny (if you meant by default) will not work as the majority of ESET's customers want (and need) a product that is easy to use with no unnecessary popups or detection notifications with questions like "allow, block, quarantine". I gave a suggestion myself a while ago that you may like which should work with the help of data from Livegrid. https://forum.eset.com/topic/51-future-changes-to-eset-smart-security/page-14#entry17761 I am not a fan of auto block as that would automatically block everything that is not yet on the white-list. I want to control that myself, which is part
  5. Also, I may be a nice pale person but I really wish there was a bit more colors in the GUI here and there. It is so white/grey/pale in its current state. Well, except the "home" screen where the ESET robot is where we have a bit blue and green. But I want nothing extreme and/or sharp color contrasts, that would be even more annoying/worse compared to its current look.
  6. Why should they be accessible for non-forum users too ?
  7. Why is that? Previously you just had to confirm your mail. Or is the mail verification still broken? To counter spammers is one reason. But its not 100% effective as we have seen lately when some spam slipped through, but I would say that it's better to use this method than not use anything at all.
  8. hxxp://www.eset.com/int/about/technology/#advanced-memory-scanner "Advanced Memory Scanner complements Exploit Blocker, as it is also designed to strengthen protection against modern malware. In an effort to evade detection, malware writers extensively use file obfuscation and/or encryption. This causes problems with unpacking and can pose a challenge for common anti-malware techniques, such as emulation or heuristics. To tackle this problem, the Advanced Memory Scanner monitors the behavior of malicious processes and scans them once they decloaks in the memory. This allows for effective dete
  9. Well, it doesn't get "much better" automatically only because you put most of the software in the cloud and use a thin client on your computer, and "cloud" is only a word, what's going on in the cloud with the logics (algorithms, heuristics, behavior analysis)..and so forth is what actually matters. LiveGrid is ESET:s cloud back-end system that the software gets assistance from in real-time, and how ESET will improve LiveGrid and how the software takes advantage of LiveGrid in the future - time will tell. The thing is that the RAM is very fast, so having the software loaded in the RAM resu
  10. More like all the time Shame I can't buy from them
  11. I reckon that all of his suggestions and ideas are perfectly realistic and reasonable to him. But I'm not worried, it's not like ESET will take notice and implement any of it, especially when 99% are nothing but made up fancy words taken out of the blue. I guess he has a wild fantasy or something that he get all funny ideas from.
  12. Because ? And help with what exactly ? Do you even know why the RAM usage is like it is ? (sorry for only quoting one of your requests...I simply don't have time to ask questions about each one) No, rugk doesn't hate you, don't be silly kakashi. It's just that we are all concerned about what would happen with the products if you were head of development at ESET. ESET could easily loose over 50% of their user-base if they did a 360 with their product lineup, and started to offer something totally different. If we would go over to Kaspersky's, Symantec's, Bitdefender's, Avast's, Webroot'
  13. I can see you now, you made a post in the "world" thread
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