TomasP received kudos from Peter Randziak in Upgrade to Windows 10 version 1903 may cause boot error on Windows 10 with ESET Endpoint Encryption
We have identified a problem when upgrading a Windows 10 system with ESET Endpoint Encryption installed to the 1903 feature update. Installing the update can cause the system to crash (blue screen) when booting.
We are currently investigating the cause and recommend not upgrading an encrypted system to 1903 until further notice.
Systems that have been affected will need to be decrypted using our recovery tool (if full disk encryption was enabled) and then repaired using the Windows recovery console. See this knowledgebase article for more details: https://support.eset.com/kb7309/
TomasP gave kudos to Marcos in Certificate Question
The countersignature method of time stamping allows for signatures to be verified even after the signing certificate has expired or been revoked. The time stamp allows the verifier to reliably know the time that the signature was affixed and thereby trust the signature if it was valid at that time. Therefore you can disregard the SHA1 and SHA256 signatures.
TomasP received kudos from Peter Randziak in Chrome is attempting to access my webcam when visiting a banking URL
Hello @lvl1k0n, Just to let you know, our development team analyzed the calls and the implementation on the websites you mentioned and came up with a fix for this issue that will be a part of a future application update.