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  1. Hi, well I must say NO, total silence. In the mean time, I have changed my firewall, and the problem has disappeared, further I have changed my anti virus software on one of the apple and the new one detected immediately a trojan that was missed by Cybersecurity Pro. I am using reset since I don't know how many years, 20 odd years even when they were windows only. I still have my sub paid until the end of 20 but I am disappointed and will not renewed. Seems the service and efficiency went down the drain
  2. Hi, experiencing the same behaviour on an iMac on a home network, I am not using VPN, have set this network as "Public" not sure what to do with it. Eset CSP 6.7.900.0 and Mac OS 10.14.6. Is this a normal / regular Apple activity as I never saw that before???
  3. Hi, crash happen again and again while browsing in safari with iPhoto, mail and finder app open, crash happen while saving an image from google search. As far as I am concern, these crashes always happen in the same circumstances and with the same app open. Regards John Here is the report Anonymous UUID: 802ECEA3-E7A9-781A-8077-CD7626E72EE6 Mon Jun 16 15:04:19 2014 panic(cpu 6 caller 0xffffff8010dc6776): "Spinlock acquisition timed out: lock=0xffffff805365d060, lock owner thread=0xffffff8053356e30, current_thread: 0xffffff8051f77590, lock owner active on CPU 0xffffffff, curr
  4. Hi, I am experiencing the very same problem, crash and restart, it seems it always happen when using Safari and other soft together. BSD process name corresponding to current thread: esets_proxy, iMac late 2013, OS X 10.9.3 [13D65], all updates applied including latest Safari. It started with version 9 of Cyber Security Pro, never had the problem with earlier versions. My wife which only does basic processes [mail or Skype or safari web browsing], no multi-tasking, on her iMac never experienced this problem. She has a similar software setup. This is really annoying and since this problem is go
  5. Hi, I have noticed a blockage trying to visit a multi media installer website the other day. Checking on eset cyber security pro, I found this virus quarantined 3 times. Here is the log content 21/03/14 17:12:50 HTTP filter archive hxxp:// www.connectmult imedia.com.au JS/Agent.NKW trojan connection terminated - quarantined 747john 21/03/14 17:11:51 HTTP filter archive hxxp:// www.connectmultimedia.c om.au JS/Agent.NKW trojan connection terminated - quarantined 747john 21/03/14 17:11:16 HTTP filter archive hxxp:// www.connectmultimedia.co.au/hom e-page JS/Agent.NKW trojan connectio
  6. Same problem with me in same conditions, mavericks and eset latest versions
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