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  1. I'm sorry, but the real-time protection is out of order. As long as this is the case, I will not conduct such experiments. I think if this EEA indicates that, it is so.
  2. Hello I don't doubt that there is real-time protection. It just doesn't work on my Linux computer. The installed EEA shows the security warning: Real-time file protection is not functional. The OS is Ubuntu 20.04.2 LTS. Secure Boot is switched on and should stay that way. ESET wants private users to migrate to the EEA business software. It turns out that EEA v8 is only designed for the client. If private users want to scan their OS for viruses, they are forced to purchase ESET Protect. ESET Protect is currently being offered by ESET for € 380.56. Now it's getting interesting. According to Mail, the migration from Linux Antivirus to EEA is free as long as the subscription for ESET NOD32 Antivirus for Linux Desktop is valid. In my opinion that is only half the story. In reality, the replacement product EEA is restricted in its functionality. The user cannot freely decide whether to run a virus scan, for example. All the functions of the ESET NOD32 Antivirus are not available in the EEA. And what happens when the subscription has expired? If the Linux user wants to continue using ESET for Linux, is it forced to purchase the much more expensive ESET Protect? Do ESET name the end of life for ESET NOD32 Antivirus for Linux? No one from ESET has yet commented on this. My subscription will continue to run for a while and as long as every user has the right to full functionality, as implemented in ESET NOD32 Antivirus for Linux. I find ESET's business conduct very questionable.
  3. I also received the email. It states that ESET NOD32 Antivirus for Linux will be migrated to ESET PROTECT Essential On-Prem. For uninterrupted protection, ESET recommends installing and activating the ESET Endpoint Antivirus for Linux solution. I am a private user and have received this email. A shock after installation and laborious activation. Real-time protection does not start. There is no possibility of setting anything on the GUI. What a step backwards. What should security software do without real-time protection? It's catastrophic. I recently switched the repo from opensuse to ubuntu. Because ESET no longer supports opensuse. Now that. Hey ESET, I've always been very happy with your products. But now you are disappointing me. Why changing a running Software like ESET NOD32 Antivirus for Linux?
  4. Hallo Marcos, no thank you that is no longer necessary. From now on UBUNTU is the OS I prefer. ESET works perfectly with UBUNTU.
  5. I bought the license and am waiting for a solution from ESET. If ESET no longer supports the Opensuse distro, I would like my money back. I think basically the rule applies, money for value. ESET should be that serious, right?
  6. One more consideration. If ESET Nod for Opensuse is not further developed, then this should be indicated on the download page. Because currently Opensuse is explicitly named as a supported distro. I think this is misleading as of Leap 15.3.
  7. First of all, thank you very much for your efforts. Of course, if Opensuse has few users, it makes no sense to invest a lot of work in an adapted version. Ok, then I have to use another distro, bye bye gecko linux. Only one thing I won't change, of course ESET.
  8. Thanks for taking care. Hopefully there is a solution because I really like both Opensuse and ESET, the best security Solution.
  9. After installing ESET NOD32 on the newly released Opensuse leap 15.3 with KDE, I am amazed to discover that ESET NOD 32 is not running. The installation didn't cause any problems. ESET will also request a restart. After the restart, the prompt to enter the user key did not appear. The ESET icon does not appear in the system tray either. According to KSysGuard, not a single ESET NOD process is running. Actually astonishing, because so far I had no problem with ESET, no matter which Opensuse version. Is there already a solution for it? I hope i'm not the only one with this problem.
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