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  1. It installed from you not unchecking "install McAfree Security Scan". https://forums.adobe.com/thread/722513 https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1045453
  2. Notice no Qihoo................I wonder why. Lol. Panda Free doing awesome later. Eset right up there and with 0 false positives.
  3. I love Qihoo's cloud explanation. Obliviously AV-C tests cloud products cause Panda Free scored #1 several times and other times it was in the top 5. And that is a FULL cloud av. Lol
  4. Funny thing is I warned people especially at Neowin about Qihoo. They have been taken to court about 10x now throughout these past years. But everyone just see's charts and graphs and goes "Oh yeah I so gotta use that. And its FREE". Lol. I tried 360 Internet Security when it came out. I had about 10 false positives and it did not work in a standard account. They do not have a support forum so I emailed them. A week later I got a reply saying "We are working on it". With every new release I once again tried it. Same results and many others with the same problem. Mainly the standard account iss
  5. True dat rugk! The only way Easeus Todo Backup could cause an issue with Eset is if you were currently running a backup and then trying to run a full scan with Eset. Again Easeus Todo Backup does not run in real time. Therefore it cannot cause an issue and make the GUI hang in Eset. On top of it any backup program when it runs uses a lot of resources. So any program will hang. If I am doing a backup with either Easeus or Aoemi and I try to open a browser it tales 15-20 seconds for that browser to open. I would be interested in knowing why he need to re-install his OS when Windows 8 gives
  6. There is always an opt-out. But most people are click happy and just click next, next and next. Either way this is NOT his isssue.
  7. Eye candy refers to something looking spectacular. Something with Bling. If you mean "Open Candy" I have never seen Easeus Partition manager packed with it. Then again we are not talking about Partition manager. Open Candy is detected upon downloading or installing. It produces an alert from Eset. There is NO alert therefore no problem. Open Candy is NOT malware. It's a PUP. If you watched the videos you would see the problem. He tries to open up the main GUI to Eset and it hangs. Therefore he is blaming Easeus Todo on this behavior. He did not get a pop up alert saying malware detected.
  8. Since nobody from Eset has replied I will help others.
  9. There is NO malware contained in Easeus Todo Backup. If there is please show us. There is no incompatibility either. I backup weekly using Easeus and Aoemi. I am also on Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit. Where you running a backup when this happened? Did you try excluding Easeus's folder from Eset? How do you know there is an incompatibility when you were not running a backup? So basically you think that Easeus is malicious. Lol If there was or is in fact malware contained inside the Easeus folder don't you think there would be other posts? When any av detects malware it gives off an alert. Wh
  10. There's nothing even listed in the forum announcements.
  11. Lol..........Majorgeeks posted an update. The download links directly to Eset's site. Proving that Majorgeeks posted an update but Eset did not yet change the update sever downloads. I made this thread for a reason. Not to argue with you. I knew about this before anyone else. Hence my post. I want a change log. Not an argument. Thanks.
  12. @ rugk................You don't know everything. I listed 3 different software update websites. Obviously 3 sites cannot be wrong. I made this thread for a reason. I want to know the change log.
  13. Incorrect...............Obviously Eset isn't telling us anything yet. Majorgeeks is a very reputable website. A new version can also be found at other sites. Any pc guru should know that most companies release new versions but still have yet to update their website. Hence my post. hxxp://www.neowin.net/news/eset-nod32-antivirus-and-eset-smart-security-803120 hxxp://www.softpedia.com/get/Antivirus/NOD.shtml hxxp://www.softpedia.com/get/Security/Security-Related/Eset-Smart-Security.shtml
  14. Any change log on this? hxxp://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/nod32_antivirus.html
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