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  1. They don't show anything for G3000. When I enter this in the search window, all that is displayed is MG3000 results.
  2. I just checked the Canon web site: https://www.usa.canon.com/internet/portal/us/home/support/details/printers/support-inkjet-printer/mg-series/pixma-mg3022/pixma-mg3022?tab=drivers_downloads Appears they issued a security patch for the G3000 series on 8/31/2020. I suspect this might be the reason for the initial Win Update notifications you were receiving. You might want to download this from the Canon web site for your G3000 printer; note there a two different models listed, so select the right one.
  3. Windows is informing you the driver is not properly signed. Do you have Secure Boot enabled on the device? If so, only Microsoft signed drivers are allowed. Assumed is the Canon printer driver is not so signed. Also note that Microsoft is sloppy with what it posts in the Win Update Catalog and often doesn't fully vet what is loaded there for device comparability.
  4. Are you receiving this notification? Network Event Blocked. Duplicate IP on Network. A Computer (169.254.1.1) on the network is sending malicious traffic. This can be an attempt to attack your computer. Remote address: 169.254.1.1. Continue Blocking / Allow
  5. Only Eset Admins cab read forum attachments. This screen shot of the alert doesn't help since since it doesn't show the "file" that contains the malware. Open Eset Detection log. Right mouse click on the entry created for this Eset alert. Select "Copy" which will save the entry to the desktop clipboard. Now reply in this forum thread and paste the clipboard entry in the reply.
  6. No. You should have received the key in an e-mail from whomever you purchased it from. If you purchased a boxed version of Eset, the key is shown on an insert within the CD case. Otherwise, post your Eset public license ID as shown below and hopefully @Marcos can PM you your license key
  7. That license I assume has been de-activated by Eset Russia since it has been "leaked." You will have to purchase a new license from https://www.eset.com/it/home-store/ . What is strange is when I connect to this web site, I will receive a 404 error from FireFox after a period of time. Perhaps because I am trying to do so from the U.S.?
  8. Do you know what your existing Eset license key is? If so when you reinstall Eset, you can use that key to activate Eset.
  9. Upload to free file sharing web site and PM @Marcos the download link for the file.
  10. I also was thinking along this line; a hacked version of Eset somehow got installed. I had something like this happen years back when I was using Emsisoft. Somehow a hacked version of it got installed on Win 7 I was using at the time. And the hack was insidious to say the least. Only critical components were replaced like the engine component. I could never fully establish how this happened, but my best guess was I somehow received a hacked EAM product update. If the OP is using Win 10 Home version, rule out RDP since its not installed (inbound RDP) on the Home versions.
  11. Scroll down to the section titled "Installing .CAB driver package" in this article: https://www.winhelponline.com/blog/install-cab-msu-updates-mu-catalog/
  12. There is also another way you can get your money refunded. Assumed is you used a credit card for the Russian Eset license purchase. I don't know what card you used or what card issuer policies in Italy are. In the U.S. and with the major card issuers; e.g. Visa, MasterCard, etc., you can dispute the transaction. Clearly not receiving the product you purchased falls under disputed transaction criteria. The only requirement is you first try to resolve the issue yourself which you have fulfilled. There are a couple of "glitches" though you will have to verify. First, this was an interna
  13. This is B.S. All they have to do to is deactivate the license key. I would escalate the issue to Eset corporate in Slovakia. The problem here is well .......... hard to believe since nothing like this has been documented to date as far as I am aware of. The problem here is you never reported previous the "mysterious" Eset GUI change to Russian.
  14. FYI: https://www.infosecurity-magazine.com/news/29-vpn-services-owned-by-six/ This is the actual article by VPNpro which gets into the real "nitty gritty": https://vpnpro.com/blog/hidden-vpn-owners-unveiled-97-vpns-23-companies/ . The above InfoSecurity article is just a summary.
  15. BTW - here's the full "nitty gritty" on QUIC: https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/draft-ietf-quic-transport/?include_text=1 Also, this standard is not yet officially approved. Additionally, everything I have read about QUIC indicates that these security concern articles about it are unfounded.
  16. The only way this could happen that I can think of is somehow a borked ; i.e. Russian language, Eset update was downloaded to your PC. If this happened, it would be a "first" as far as I am aware of.
  17. Technically speaking that is not possible without first uninstalling Eset and reinstalling it: https://support.eset.com/en/kb3552-change-the-language-of-your-eset-windows-home-product .
  18. Did you perform this procedure? https://support.eset.com/en/kb2711-eset-mobile-security-for-android-faq
  19. I will also note that in instances like this, you're better off just downloading any driver updates from the manufacturer's web site: https://support.usa.canon.com/kb/index?page=content&id=ART116480 Alternatively, go to Windows Update Catalog web site: https://www.catalog.update.microsoft.com/Home.aspx . Enter "Windows 10 Canon" in the search bar. Displayed with be a listing of all Canon printer drivers available for your printer model. Select the appropriate latest driver available, download it, and directly install it. Note: The Windows Update Catalog web site lists all availab
  20. Since Eset online help has this capability, it appears Eset feels this is sufficient.
  21. The area of emphasis might be the use of Win 10 2004 x(86). Microsoft stopped issuing 32 bit versions to OEMs on new build installations: https://www.zdnet.com/article/microsoft-takes-a-step-toward-phasing-out-32-bit-pc-support-for-windows-10/ I am currently using EIS 13.2.18 and FF81 on a Win 10 2004 x(64) build with zip issues. Temporarily disable SSL/TLS protocol scanning in NOD32 and see if this stops the issues you are having.
  22. Yes. The Synology router must be properly setup. In this setup video for it: https://www.synology.com/en-us/products/RT2600ac , there is a section showing DHCP settings and the like. This is the area you need to concentrate on. When the ISP provides the router, DHCP is preconfigured including the IP addresses for the ISP DNS servers.
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