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  1. You are certainly entitled to your opinion, but I'd really like to know the reasoning behind this. If you call something dumb at least give a how&why (besides ease of deleting a rule ... I mean 'cmon, that's really up to the program used and not an indicator whether it's cool to block anything), otherwise it's just plain stupid and ignorant. In case you mangled the important part while reading: We are talking about unknown outbound traffic (originating from svchost) here. In my book it's just a "dumb rule of thumb" to just block anything unknown or when you are unsure in this matter. It'
  2. You don't need software specifically from Tinet, because that wouldn't make any sense since software for the masses wouldn't be their business model. Tinet does (or yet better did) ip transit, bandwidth management, mpls and similar stuff. Wikipedia says (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tinet): "Tinet SpA and Neutral Tandem, Inc., provided voice, IP Transit, Ethernet and hosted services to carriers, service providers, and content management firms based in over 80 countries and six continents". Then Tinet was rebrandet as Intelliquent (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inteliquent), which did oth
  3. Hi Marcos, yes, I believe it is ESET German, at least I used the German website and support form. PN send. Thanks.
  4. Well, topic title really says it all. I created a technical support ticket regarding license renewal on 24.10. and and haven't heard a word from customer support staff (besides the automated reply on ticket creation).
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