TomFace gave kudos to ebill in about the Connected Home Monitor...
I am going to take a crack at this, I could be wrong but something to look at.
I suspect the "copies" you see are networks that were previous connections having the same name but some other criteria such as a different IP address, maybe a different router you have installed ect. Please look in the following area in the GUI - setup>advanced setup>Network protection>Known networks>edit after hitting edit see if you see the same Home and then Home 2,3,4 in that list.
You only need the one you are using, you can delete any unused networks here, I am guessing that may clean up your list.
Note that if the computer is a lap-top that goes to different networks and you are naming them all "Home" you would get the 2-3-4 suffix to diferentiate them.
Hope this helps -- ebill
TomFace gave kudos to ebill in Thanks to ESET and the forum
First I hope this post is in the proper place, and proper in content I just feel the need to say some words of praise.
I would like to express my thanks to ESET and to the forum here and review my first 6 months with ESET internet security.
I cannot be happier with the performance of the software; I would like to detail what I like best.
EIS is very low impact on system resources, significantly improving boot times and general performance on our windows 10 PC’s in our home.
The software is far easier than any other security software I have used to “setup”. For me setting the “enable detection of potentially unsafe applications” to on and setting my home network and it’s all done. In my previous vendor there were so many settings I had a list to use if re-install was necessary. The advanced setup available is also a huge advantage and the great forum here is the best place to get advice if you need help (I have answered most all of my own questions by searching and reading).
We practice safe computing in our home but have saw the software “protect” us by not allowing web sites to load on a few occasions in web searches. I love the “lack” of popups and background behavior, only coming up when something needs my attention.
The banking and payment is a great asset, I use this feature from its shortcut (not relying on site detection) when doing any online payment activity. I have not had any problems at all accessing sites, I even use PayPal on occasion and navigation through payment is flawless. I use Firefox as my browser of choice and love that I can create customization's in the Banking and Payment browser profile to enhance my personal security preferences while in B&P while not effecting my normal profile.
In migrating feature updates on Windows 10 the software was flawless this fall picking right up where it was. Also when an ESET major update is ready the updates have gone flawless as well. This is a great asset to “ease of use”.
Test results prevented me from coming to ESET sooner, this forum and the detail of explanation when these questions have come up (by other forum users) helped me understand what “test results” really mean. The reputation and commitment by ESET is evident in the software’s actual use.
Please accept my sincere thanks for having this great product available. Anyone needing a great preforming AV suite should give ESET a try.
Also my wishes for a Happy New year and a great 2019 to all at ESET and the forum – ebill
TomFace gave kudos to cyberhash in What do you use Internet security along with?
Like Marcos says above, anything i have ever tried works perfectly alongside your ESET product as an on demand scanner. Used to use ESET with either MBAM or Superantispyware, but it's been fruitless over the past 2 or 3 years doing so as ESET on its own has protected/found everything as a stand alone product.
TomFace gave kudos to TomasP in New ESET Security Forum theme
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TomFace gave kudos to Aryeh Goretsky in Rules of the ESET Security Forum
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TomFace received kudos from Bill_k in Introduce yourself
Hello and welcome to the Forum Bill_k. You'll find some very knowledgeable ESET Staff and forum members here. I find that ESET products are superior to their competition and the Customer Support (which includes this forum) to be very good and responsive.
Looking forward to seeing you here.
TomFace gave kudos to Arakasi in Introduce yourself
Hi my peoples !!
Miss all of you guys !
Where is Swex ?
Going to try and stick my head in here a few times to see whats been going on !!! Maybe even help some people if i have time. I haven't left the ESET fam at all. Just been busy doing partner things & selling the products & services !!!!
TomFace gave kudos to Aryeh Goretsky in ESET's response to Meltdown and Spectre CPU vulnerabilities
I am building a master list of hardware, software and networking companies affected by Meltdown and Spectre in the We Live Security blog post mentioned, above.
Here is a link a direct link to the table: https://www.welivesecurity.com/2018/01/05/meltdown-spectre-cpu-vulnerabilities/#vendors
Currently there are 62 150 vendors listed at the time of this posting editing. There's a revision history at the bottom of the blog post with each day's additions.