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  1. I met on the internet that someone entered "443" port here which is dedicated for HTTPS connections and on MacOS this filter as the name suggests only filters HTTP so this also caused problems with eset_proxy (blocking/overloading).
  2. As I mentioned earlier, my statement was about "Eset Endpoint Antyvirus" because the problem has affected me in this version. It is "parallel" to Eset Cyber Security, but for business solutions, so I deduced that since it looks like the business version problem disappeared in beta, which should be available to everyone soon, the same will be with version for home users. That's why I wrote this comment. And of course, version numbers for home and business products can be different but it's still worth waiting for the update release and check if the problem disappeared.
  3. The lastest public is: 6.8.400.0 Version that I had the opportunity to test: 6.8.633.0
  4. I have some information. I contacted Eseta premium support. After many e-mails and trying to find out what causes these problems, they have provided me with the latest beta for ESET Endpoint Antyvirus which will soon appear in public. At the moment, I can say that for each person whose problem occurred in the new version did not happen even once. It seems that at the time when Apple announced that Catalina will not work with 32-bit programs they hastily prepared "any" version to work with it and finally the version that will appear is improved and well prepared. Also works much more efficiently (smoother?) than the current one. Cheers. Hope that new version of home edition also will be free of that problem
  5. Same problem at Eset Endpoint Antyvirus (6.8.2) Any solution?
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