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  1. From my experiece crashes were not happening while browsing the internet but while using regular tools such as Adobe Creative Suite or Microsoft Office
  2. Unforntunately also my MacBook Pro got his kernel panic with eset_proxy: almost the same setup as my workstation Mavericks with ESET Cyber Security 6. Here is the trace after reboot Anonymous UUID: A5B60558-C181-1CD6-54B2-03648E09C853 Thu Apr 17 23:05:59 2014 Panic(CPU 3): NMIPI for spinlock acquisition timeout, spinlock: 0xffffff80383ec030, spinlock owner: 0xffffff803665c8a0, current_thread: 0xffffff803665c8a0, spinlock_owner_cpu: 0x3 RAX: 0x0000000000000001, RBX: 0xffffff80212d4c40, RCX: 0xffffff803665c8a0, RDX: 0x0000000000000000 RSP: 0xffffff8111e1be80, RBP: 0xffffff8111e1beb0,
  3. Sure, here is the list of Applications installed and a common process layout (except ESET has been removed) hxxp://share.lgardelli.com/eset/applications.pdf hxxp://share.lgardelli.com/eset/processes.pdf Feel free to ask me any kind of tech questions to help sort this out...
  4. Have the same issue here with Cyber Security 6 on Mavericks: kernel panic with eset_proxy running Double checked for launchd.conf but found no reference. I have been using another Antivirus software before switching to ESET and since this is my workstation at work I keep it very clean and do not install any unreliable software. I tried removing Cyber security and this solved my issues. I am very annoyed with this issue since I recently bought 3 licenses for Mac with Mavericks and guess I would remove all the installations ASAP.... unless this issue is fixed quickly...
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