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  1. It's still an insider version. I imagine it will be released this coming week. Although there are some issues with it, some people getting BSOD, some losing Wifi WAN. some with decreased performance, I haven't heard of any related to AV. At least here I've no issues related to Eset so I imagine most people should be fine with it.
  2. I'm familiar with the difference, thanks. Officially there is no beta open at the current time for home or business users.
  3. How do we obtain 13.2? I'm using the Insider Preview.
  4. You may need to enable pre release updates. Not sure if the module has been placed in the regular release cycle yet, but it is available in pre release.
  5. What would you suggest for those of us not quite as skilled or knowledgeable as you are?
  6. This module update has been released now. Select pre-release in the update settings to receive it as Marcos advised.
  7. This seemed to be related to her laptop not connecting to Livegrid. I restarted it and we haven't seen the alert since. Did a scan anyway and found nothing.
  8. I think home users already benefit somewhat from this as it feeds info into LiveGrid.
  9. A philosophical issue way beyond the scope of this forum here, but governments are made up of people, and are neither good or evil. It is the nature of the people that brings the problem. Typically greed or fear are the greatest driving forces of what a government or it's society becomes when they turn negative.
  10. Recent example of the government actually working WITH the AV industry and MS. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/us-govt-exposes-new-north-korean-malware-phishing-attacks/
  11. Additionally, Eset has always taken the stance they have, Malware is Malware, regardless of who writes it. From way back in Stuxnet times; https://www.eset.com/fileadmin/eset/US/resources/docs/white-papers/whitepapers-malware-risks-of-weaponizing-code.pdf This is also a very good read regarding this topic and still applicable today.
  12. Not really the place for it, but there is the equivalent of "script kiddies" on the blue side, or white side as well. They want everything easy. That's where stuff like that comes from. Taking the easy way.
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