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  1. For those of you who come across this in the future, if you go to: https://www.eset.com/us/existing-customers/ and enter your license key in the field there, it will prompt you to create an account with a username and password, thus "converting" it.
  2. Hi Nightowl, They were never changed from the default. Thanks though! It's interesting that it does seem to scan certain files; e.g. whenever I run locate or wget, it scans the binaries again as I access them. It just doesn't scan the ones I need (mounted under /mnt).
  3. Thanks, Marcos. I've opened up Case #397137 - "NOD32 Antivirus for Linux Not Scanning New Files". I will let you know what I find out.
  4. Strange. I wonder if I have more core problem then. I do wget hxxp://www.eicar.org/download/eicar.com ./ in both my home directory as the local user and in /etc/ and ESET doesn't make a sound. Same when I do it from the share on /mnt/ on another machine. Where should I troubleshoot next? Does ESET for Linux make use of inotify? I have a rather large directory. Do I need to up the max_user_watches? Not sure if this is relevant or not, but I do get an error in the logs for "child proess mac terminated with return code 127". Thanks again for your help. Edit: Just up'd
  5. Hi Marcos, thank you for the response. I'm glad you're working on the weekend! 😃 Just to clarify, it's not a network drive from the local Linux machine's point of view. From the local machine that's running ESET, it's not even a CIFS (SMB) or NFS share. The local machine has direct access as it is simply local storage from ESET's point of view. Are you saying that ESET still cannot detect new files in this situation if they are created by an outside source that is using that as a share? I'm a little confused by your last statement about advanced heuristics. I've noticed that is disab
  6. Hi everyone, I recently purchased a license for ESET NOD32 and successfully installed the product on my Linux desktop. It's a great product and has worked wonderfully so far with only one exception: The real-time file scanner does not appear to be scanning new files. I have determined this by turning on "Advanced Mode" and navigating to "Protection Status" > "Statistics" > "Real-time file system protection". Scanned objects incremented from 86 to 98 and yet I have created 40+ new files on the system. Another piece of relevant information here is that this directory was a shared
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