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Everything posted by StefanL4

  1. I'm not talking about ISP logging. I'm trying to convey to you that the EES leak absolutely all the Internet connections, even those who do not need by resolved through DNS servers. Simple example. You download something with torrent client. When you open "Network connections" section in EES it start resolve through DNS all ip addresses connection from this torrent client. WHY??? WHY??? WHY??? This is the simplest example. But in place of the torrent client can be some sort of a sensible program of all ip addresses (connection) which are confidential, and the EES without any reason leak them through DNS. Give a logical explanation why it happens even when uncheck "Resolve host names" in "Network connections" section? System administrators do not even have the possibility to stop this. You just ignore the existence of the problem. PS: You really believe that small companies use VPN to encrypt their traffic?
  2. Hello. I discovered one unpleasant feature of the program. If user go to the section "Network connections", EES automatically starts resolving all IP addresses, all working at this time connections through DNS server(s). Moreover, it resolves even those IP addresses that do not need it. As an example,torrent clients etc.. It is very dangerous because DNS provider in this case sees ALL connection company computer(s), not just those that should be resolved through DNS. This occurs regardless of check "Resolve host names" in "Network connections" section or not. This is definitely not ok. If large companies use their own DNS servers, which are under their full control, then small ones rely on third-party DNS hostings, which can lead to the leakage of confidential information based on dns requests. The EES has no option to disable this behavior. The system administrator of the company can only warn users not to enter the section "Network connections". Please fix this as soon as possible, otherwise you may be bombarded with lawsuits. Steps to reproduce: 1: Open Wireshark program or any other program that can monitor network connections. 2: Open Eset Endpoint Security. 3: Click "Tools" option and then go to "Network connections" section. 4: After this In the Wireshark, you must observe DNS resolving ALL yours working connections at a given time.
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