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  1. MRG Effitas 360 Assessment & Certification Q1 2016 16 applications tested 243 In-the-Wild malware samples used Operating System: Windows 10 x64 Browser: Edge Real World scenario with no user initiated threat neutralization Report: https://www.mrg-effitas.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/MRG-Effitas-360-Assessment-Q1-2016.pdf https://www.mrg-effitas.com/recent-projects/our-projects/
  2. @davide445 https://www.wilderssecurity.com/threads/zone-alarm-firewall-free.364060/ Maybe this thread will help a little and give you a few answers regarding the detection from ESET if the detection you get is the same as that thread is about. I don't think it is a "threat" detection that you see. If you can tell us the ESET detection name then we can rule out that it may be something serious ?
  3. Make that two. I also wonder if they indeed are "4 viruses" and not pup/pua detectons of some kind, if that option was checked before the online scanner was runned. I don't know what to say or suggest as a next step because it's quite confusing, but I hope we will understand each other soon enough.
  4. 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.
  5. https://forum.eset.com/topic/7179-amtso-security-features-check/ I can't test using V10 at the moment. You fail against test/link 2. in the above thread ?
  6. Smart Security is not going away, I sent you some information.
  7. hxxp://www.eset.co.uk/Download/ChangeLog/ESSH A changelog may be published on the above link in the near future, or not.
  8. Clean install, to rule out that any issues that may happen could be caused by the previous version.
  9. No word yet - all I can say is that ESET Internet Security is not killing anything...but malware
  10. @Ego_Dekker We are not supposed to post stuff online about it due to the non-disclosure agreement. EIS/EAV is what currently is available for public beta testing https://forum.eset.com/topic/8145-eset-internet-security-and-eset-nod32-antivirus-10-beta-is-available/?p=43278
  11. "We recommend that applications listed in bold with a ( * ) symbol are fully uninstalled from your system if disabling them does not resolve the issue" Hmmm
  12. This is what you can do: hxxp://support.eset.com/kb380/ The memory dump can help ESET find and fix the problem. But let ekrn.exe's ram usage grow to let's say at least 500mb+ before you create the dump, the higher the usage is the better. When done, you compress it and uploaded the dump to a safe location and share the download link with someone from ESET, by PM here on the forum with a moderator like Marcos for example.
  13. It's exactly what im thinking too They do care but they might need your help.
  14. You should report about the mess to ESET and what it is all about, that's one purpose with having BETA testers
  15. No, does not seem like it.
  16. Hello Roger, Yes, the leak is a known problem that affects some users. Not only when downloading, but also browsing and streaming videos in general. Would be great if you could follow these instructions to create a full memory dump which can be sent to ESET for analysis. hxxp://support.eset.com/kb380/ Excluding flashget may be a temporary quick fix as doing so is also a risk, but no permanent fix.
  17. 722mb is not even near where it should be at. The leak is a known issue. It seems to affects some user but not all. See the following 2 previous threads about it. https://forum.eset.com/topic/6317-eset-smart-security-9-memory-leak/ https://forum.eset.com/topic/7487-seems-like-a-memory-leak/ If you can, then follow these instructions to create a full memory dump. hxxp://support.eset.com/kb380/
  18. https://forum.eset.com/topic/8185-803190-gui-hangs-when-i-go-to-tools-filtered-websites/ Seems like you are not the only one. And it seems this issue affects both ESS and EAV, hmmm.
  19. Too many, IMO. ArcaBit Ashampoo BullGuard Chili Security Emsisoft eScan EstSoft (ALYac, Roboscan) F-Secure G DATA HAURI (ViRobot) IMEN Immunet Lavasoft (Ad-Aware) nProtect PSafe Qihoo Quick Heal (TS) SafeNSoft SecurityCoverage (SecureIT) SourceNext Tencent ThreatTrack Vipre TotalDefense TrustPort VirusChaser All these, plus some more. It really would be fun if some talented developers, small or big, tried making their own engine from scratch, it would be good for the market and the competiton. Nothing's wrong with BD's engine, it's even coded in assembly like ESET's engine IIRC, but seeing how many that goes with BD's engine, it starts getting ridiculous. But I am happy that ESET don't sell out their engine to 3'rd parties via some sdk, if you want to use an AV/AM with ESET's engine, then you go with ESET. Although, in BD's case, some of the products that use the BD engine is better than BD's own products, so in BD's case it may not be a bad idea letting others use their engine.
  20. SweX


    Yes you can and you just did https://forum.eset.com/topic/8097-security-alert/
  21. Hi, Gonzalo Yes I know. I did not say that I expected special deals on that e.g lower renewal prices during christmas, no no. But good deals on new licenses e.g pay for 1yr get 2yrs. 50% off etc etc... Literally, to sum it up. My local distributor/resellers websites looks the same all the time, same layout, same everything, all 365 days during the year. It doesn't matter if it is christmas, Black Friday or anything similar, they never have any deals. And I can promise you, that there has never been a sight of any ESET robot in a christmas hat around christmas on their website, but I have seen that elsewhere, like the example you post. So, if there indeed are global campaigns - then I must say that my local dist/reseller hides their offers extremely well.
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