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Brian Mitchell

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  1. Thank you Marcos! I installed 4.0.93 and observed the same behavior so I submitted a ticket along with the customer_info.tgz. I discovered that Chrome also has issues streaming with NOD32 installed. If I try to watch a ‘twitch.tv’ stream, it will black out after a few minutes and sometimes I’ll get an error saying Chrome unexpectedly shut down”. Like with Firefox, disabling NOD32 doesn’t fix the problem, but uninstalling it completely does. I noticed that it requires some 32-bit libraries to run even though it’s supposed to be a 64-bit product. ‘libgtk2.0-0’ (for Ubuntu 19) & ‘libc6-i386’. Hopefully there's no conflict.
  2. I am running Ubuntu Desktop 19.10 (GNOME 3.34.2) and am having a strange problem with NOD32 4.0.90.0 (64-bit). I have a Firefox (73.0.1) window open to YouTube TV (streaming a TV program) and after a while (~5 minutes), other Firefox windows will stop browsing. The windows/tabs open just fine but won’t display any content nor can I access any URL. It doesn’t matter if I disable the ESET protection or not, the behavior is still the same. However, if I remove NOD32, everything works OK. I’ve tested this multiple times by reinstalling NOD32, and each time the problem returns until I uninstall it. This is a fresh build of Ubuntu 19.10 but I’ve also found this same behavior in Ubuntu 18.04.
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