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  1. According to log entries from the log posted on the file sharing site: A memory violation error is occurring on attempted program startup of GTA5.exe. Specifically, it is a memory access violation error which you can read about here: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/5303524/what-exactly-is-the-scope-of-access-violation-0xc0000005 . Based on what is shown, it is "a stretch" to assume Eset is the cause of this but rather the GTA5.exe process itself is trying to access perhaps kernel memory locations or the like, it does not have the required privileges to do so. Since you only receive this in game multi-player mode, this also could be a indication of malicious remote access activities. This error can also occur for page file access violations. Make sure you have enough physical memory to support multi-game mode. Or allocate additional Win virtual memory if you are managing its size versus the OS. Note that when EIS was uninstalled, enough memory might have been freed to run in multi-player mode w/o issue. Assuming you are running Win 10, open Event Viewer -> Applications and Services Logs -> Microsoft -> Windows. Open both the CodeIntegrity and Security-Mitigations logs and look for entries related to GTA5.exe and this 0xc0000005 memory access violation error.
  2. There appears to be a problem with GTA and EIS: https://forum.eset.com/topic/19306-eset-internet-security-problem/ . However, I could not find anyone having a current issue with GTA that was using NOD32. Your posting references but NOD32 and EIS interchangeably. They are separate products and it appears you are using EIS? Since it appears the prior above linked issue between EIS and GTA was never resolved in the forum, I suggest you do the same as recommended there. That is, open a support ticket with your local in-country Eset technical support concern.
  3. I would just uninstall it. Per prior Eset knowledge base linked article: Download the most current version. Then see if that resolves the issue.
  4. https://support.eset.com/en/kb405-online-scanner-faq
  5. Another common problem with SSD drives are issues with Win 10 default power settings in regards to the SATA AHCI controller as noted here: https://www.mcbsys.com/blog/2016/11/windows-10-freezes-with-storahci-129-errors/ Additional ref. on how to unhide these applicable settings and what they mean: https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/72971-add-ahci-link-power-management-power-options-windows.html
  6. SMART data is not the best method to diagnose the status of the SSD drive. You should go to the manufacturer's web site and see if they have utility software that can be downloaded and installed. Most of these utility's have a short drive test that can be run which will determine is there are drive issues.
  7. In Win Event Viewer, Open "Applications and Service logs" -> Microsoft -> Windows. Scroll down to the StorPort folder. Open the Operational log. Check for error and warning entries listed there as to what might be going on with the drive. Another possibility is you have a corrupted Win page file.
  8. If this is the port 8880 block rule I recommended, did you move it to the top of the firewall rule set? If this activity stops after doing so, its safe to assume it must be related to a previous firewall rule you created.
  9. Also it appears the poster in the other thread fixed the issue by installing Internet Security. So you might want to take a look at your existing user created firewall rules as a possible source for this activity.
  10. Do you have a surveillance DVR attached to your network?
  11. If the blocks are occurring when your browser is open, check for like entries in Eset's Filtered websites log. Otherwise, check for entries in the Detections log.
  12. According to this: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-gb/office365/enterprise/urls-and-ip-address-ranges#skype-for-business-online-and-microsoft-teams , Teams is using a whole lot of other ports beside 80, 443, and 3128 depending on how its interfacing is configured. Namely: 11 Optimize Required Yes 13.107.64.0/18, 52.112.0.0/14, 52.120.0.0/14 UDP: 3478, 3479, 3480, 3481
  13. Based on this article: http://techgenix.com/microsoft-teams-data/ which states Teams data "is stored all over your HDD space," it appears to me that Teams can interface at will with all MS Office apps. It will be interesting to see how this situation "plays out."
  14. Ahh ......... Gotcha. I have to be careful with that trailing /* specification.
  15. The extra character issue withstanding, there is something weird going on with this web site. Prior to the latest FireFox release correcting the problem, I was logging activity on the web via Web Access allowed URL list feature. Normally I see one entry in the Web Access Event log per attempted URL access. Such is not the case with this web site. Below are the log entries created till I manually disconnected from the web site. It appears each object on this web site is set up as a separate URL entry as best as I can explain it: Time;URL;Status;Application;User;IP address;SHA1 4/7/2020 1:39:33 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;13.107.246.10;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 1:39:33 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/board-4ef326c940f272415377.css;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;13.107.246.10;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 1:39:34 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/2.board-50eb0af0bb3895019f61.js;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;13.107.246.10;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 1:39:34 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/14.board-096f312803bc04993286.js;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;13.107.246.10;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 1:39:34 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/board-d9ddbec8016d52c7c461.js;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;13.107.246.10;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 1:39:34 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/environment.cfg;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;13.107.246.10;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 1:39:34 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/assets/apple-touch-icon-1024x1024.png;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;13.107.246.10;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 1:39:34 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/assets/favicon-32x32.png;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;13.107.246.10;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 1:39:35 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/7.board-a30149ad6f1fa52fc5b9.js;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;13.107.246.10;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 1:39:35 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/6.board-5991e97616a5fcf95475.js;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;13.107.246.10;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 1:39:35 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/3.board-669dedc0633412a24830.js;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;13.107.246.10;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 1:39:35 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/15.board-855c22dd6a9608507526.js;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;13.107.246.10;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 1:39:35 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/0.board-5e985e9eeb415d783dcb.css;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;13.107.246.10;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 1:39:35 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/0.board-6c40f5363ffa9c095bbd.js;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;13.107.246.10;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 1:39:35 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/1.board-c912d467d84224f020ab.css;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;13.107.246.10;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 1:39:35 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/1.board-32ed7232b4112294c17e.js;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;13.107.246.10;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 1:39:35 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/16.board-ad367b65ed0f61790092.css;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;13.107.246.10;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 1:39:35 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/16.board-9b39aa77b24b411f74c3.js;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;13.107.246.10;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11
  16. Also a FYI here. My version of FireFox just recently updated to ver. 75 which confirms my suspicion that the issue was originally FireFox related. Most likely: So if any FireFox users of Eset still have issues with your web site, tell them to upgrade FireFox.
  17. Looks like the problem has been fixed in FireFox:
  18. The problem is with FireFox. I can access https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/login in Edge w/o issue per the below screen shot with Eset Web Access options fully enabled.
  19. However if I try to access the login page directly, the below screenshot shows a certificate issue. Something doesn't look right to me here:
  20. I disabled SSL/TLS protocol scanning and that is not the issue. Whatever this issue is with Eset's Web Access processing, it appears to be unique to this web site. If it was otherwise, the forum would be full of like postings.
  21. Interesting. I tried to add the URL as an Eset allowed address to Web Access scanning and it still hung up on access. Event log entries below: Time;URL;Status;Application;User;IP address;SHA1 4/7/2020 11:45:36 AM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;2620:1ec:bdf::10;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 11:45:38 AM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/environment.cfg;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;2620:1ec:bdf::10;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 Appears when Eset got to the environment.cfg area is where it hung. Also what the issue is lies in Eset SSL/TLS protocol scanning perhaps.
  22. OK, that worked with Eset Web Access protection disabled:
  23. I tried to access the web site: https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/ in IE11. A web page displayed stating that only FireFox and Chrome are supported.
  24. This has nothing to do with Eset. I disabled Internet Security Web Access protection and received the same spinning wheel behavior. It might be an Issue with FireFox and you can contact Mozilla about that. I don't have Chrome installed, so I could not not test with it.
  25. Below is a screen shot from FireFox. Yes, one of the scripts shows garbage characters at the end. However, the script Firefox is throwing an error on does not.
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