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    Abdulkadirozbudak42 gave kudos to Galnospoke in What's new in 7.0.302.26?   
    This "bug" still exist. I checked in that moment.
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    Abdulkadirozbudak42 gave kudos to Peter Randziak in What's new in 7.0.302.26?   
    Hello,
     
    it was a bug, it was supposed to be available only for those, who would click on Check for new version and those who were doing fresh installation.
    It wasn't intended to be pushed to all customers via regular update.
     
    We are sorry for the inconvenience.
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    Abdulkadirozbudak42 gave kudos to SweX in Future changes to ESET NOD32 Antivirus   
    The latest update was a type of update that unless one have or are still experiencing any of the fixed issues/problems then there is no need to update. I still have not updated myself yet for that reason. HTH.
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    Abdulkadirozbudak42 gave kudos to DrTeeth in Future changes to ESET NOD32 Antivirus   
    If it is too much trouble for ESET to use, why have it? Surely, if they are going to go to the trouble to actually produce an updated version, it just makes sense to get it on as many PCs as possible. If the issues are not that critical, why update?
     
    I just cannot understand the (lack of) logic.
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    Abdulkadirozbudak42 gave kudos to User in Future changes to ESET NOD32 Antivirus   
    Yes, it works, see here:
    https://forum.eset.com/topic/1303-whats-new-in-7030226/
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    Abdulkadirozbudak42 gave kudos to DrTeeth in Future changes to ESET NOD32 Antivirus   
    Same here. I have 6 PCs to keep up to date and I gave up waiting for the program to update itself. I wonder if the feature even works?
     
    DrT
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    Abdulkadirozbudak42 gave kudos to Pentode in Future changes to ESET NOD32 Antivirus   
    Product updating:
     
    My product version kept telling me it was 'up to date',  yet a new product was released. Thanks to a reply from Marcos I was soon put right and had the new product installed in no time.
     
    Is the user notified in the GUI?  Seemed a little odd to me there was a newer version out and my GUI didn't tell me, it could be the update was of no significance.
     
    Dave
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    Abdulkadirozbudak42 gave kudos to Arakasi in Future changes to ESET NOD32 Antivirus   
    I have to agree with carbonyl, that having an additional color, and or warning persona strictly for gaming mode alone, would be a little more comforting on the eyes, then using the same persona or behavior as if you have an immediate problem that needs correcting like 'out of date os files' or PUA has been detected.
     
    Thanks Team
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    Abdulkadirozbudak42 gave kudos to Carbonyl in Future changes to ESET NOD32 Antivirus   
    Description: Please change the tray icon and GUI notification for Gamer Mode.
    Detail: Currently when NOD enters gamer mode due to a fullscreened application, the tray icon and GUI show a somewhat unsettling ! icon that is indicative of a more substantial problem, and the GUI says that "NOD requires your attention". This is unsettling, as gamer mode is operating as designed, there is no problem, and NOD does not require attention. With the prevalence of multi-monitor setups becoming more and more common, it's very likely that users will fullscreen an application, video, or game on a secondary display - and see the icon or GUI for NOD on their primary display and become concerned.
     
    This is particularly disconcerting when first discovering it. I just now saw the ! icon while a video was full screened on another monitor, and clicked over to the ! on my primary screen to see what was wrong and needed my attention. Doing so caused the video to exit fullscreen, and caused NOD to exit gamer mode before I could realize what was happening. And so I spent a good 10 minutes going back and forth thinking something was more seriously wrong on my system than it was.
     
    Anyhow, just a suggestion! Thanks.
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    Abdulkadirozbudak42 gave kudos to toxinon12345 in Future changes to ESET NOD32 Antivirus   
    Removable media insertion
    Add "Quick scan | Superficial scan" option in the notification prompt "Profile selector" in Advanced setup
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    Abdulkadirozbudak42 gave kudos to GreyGhost in Future changes to ESET NOD32 Antivirus   
    Disabling phishing protection should give user warning that he/she doesn't have full protection.  The taskbar icon should change color and right clicking taskbar icon should not give message with green checkmark "Maximum protection".  The same scenario for disabling anti-stealth technology.
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    Abdulkadirozbudak42 gave kudos to Pentode in Future changes to ESET NOD32 Antivirus   
    ..... and a link to the latest virus threats on the forum.
     
    Dave
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    Abdulkadirozbudak42 gave kudos to SweX in Future changes to ESET NOD32 Antivirus   
    Yeah could fit nicely somewhere in the "Help and support" tab. 
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    Abdulkadirozbudak42 gave kudos to Pentode in Future changes to ESET NOD32 Antivirus   
    How about a link on the GUI to this forum?
     
    Dave
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    Abdulkadirozbudak42 gave kudos to toxinon12345 in Future changes to ESET NOD32 Antivirus   
    Because scan level are different On Read to On Write
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    Abdulkadirozbudak42 gave kudos to bluwiz in Future changes to ESET NOD32 Antivirus   
    There appears to be a problem with "smart optimisation" (or my understanding of how "smart optimisation" works) in conjunction with "real-time protection" and "unwanted" detection
     
    I have seen various instances (including today) in which I can view/access a file (which has been previously reported by ESET, in one form or another, as an "unwanted" application) without a report being generated... The only time a report is created is when I try to copy the file to a new location - and the new location is reported, but nor the original file...
     
    Based on my observations it seems that an update of the virus signature database doesn't reset the "smart optimisation" data ESET records...
     
    If "smart optimisation" is based on some MD5/SHA-???-style "checksum" shouldn't this "checksum" be cleared when the virus signature database is updated?
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    Abdulkadirozbudak42 gave kudos to Ego_Dekker in Future changes to ESET NOD32 Antivirus   
    ESET, you mad !
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    Abdulkadirozbudak42 gave kudos to LoneGeek810 in Future changes to ESET NOD32 Antivirus   
    I would love to get an alert whenever policy mode blocks anything, i'd use it more, cause no matter how many rules I have it always seems to still block something and interactive mode is way to chatty.
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    Abdulkadirozbudak42 gave kudos to Marcos in Future changes to ESET NOD32 Antivirus   
    There's an option "Log all blocked operations" in the advanced HIPS setup. However, we don't recommend enabling it unless you need to troubleshoot an issue caused by HIPS, otherwise large logs could be generated which would have adverse effect on the overall system performance.
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    Abdulkadirozbudak42 gave kudos to LoneGeek810 in Future changes to ESET NOD32 Antivirus   
    I'm not seeing that, is it in the main settings or rule editor?
     
     
    Ok I found it but that's for rules that have been created, what happens if something is blocked that isn't in the rules editor?
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    Abdulkadirozbudak42 gave kudos to Marcos in Future changes to ESET NOD32 Antivirus   
    Each HIPS rule has an option "Notify user". When enabled, a notification will pop up whenever a rule is applied.
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    Abdulkadirozbudak42 gave kudos to LoneGeek810 in Future changes to ESET NOD32 Antivirus   
    Is there a possibility to create some sort of alert for the HIPS when policy based mode blocks something? It's very annoying to have to go check the log to see if anything has been blocked.
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    Abdulkadirozbudak42 gave kudos to PCdoc in Future changes to ESET NOD32 Antivirus   
    Since previous releases, there's been two annoying features in nod32 and smart security:
    1) There is no way to stop startup scan once it's started. Of course you can schedule it or remove from the schedule list so that it won't run ever. But the startup scan is an essential scan that should be done at least once or twice a day. Its sometimes anoying that you can't cancel/stop this scan when you are doing some important work and this scan is eating a lot of memory / your work is inurrupted for some reason.
    2) When you insert a USB storage device, the scan starts automatically. For some reason, you don't want that drive to be scanned or it is taking too long to complete the scan you wan't to abort it so that you can use that usb device elsewhere to continue some important work or some one is waiting  for that usb device so that he can take it. You try to abort the scan, the scan refuses to pause / stop unless it finishes scanning that one particular file.
    I am not comparing the above with 'other' security softwares as according to me these 'other' software have no comparison with the best Eset technology. I have been using Nod32 since the year 2000 and I can understand how much the above problems have annoyed me in the past.
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    Abdulkadirozbudak42 gave kudos to toxinon12345 in Future changes to ESET NOD32 Antivirus   
    I like the newway of displaying notifications
    Sometimes some localized versions cannot display the whole message in the notification
     
     

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