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  1. Not at that moment (had no idea it's there and now it's empty) but it could be step in good direction (thanks for pointing me to it). So I would change my FR to troubleshooter wizard to include all other rules and settings changes and allow longer time periods for filtering (at least up to a week - some changes might take time to be noticed).
  2. Description: Searchable list of recent changesDetail: Provide us with list of all recent changes in rules / settings, so we can find what we broke and correct it. Selected item could open in it's real location (i.e. recently added firewall rule will open in firewall settings, selected). Why: While installing new GeForce Experience I miss-clicked application change dialog, effectively blocking it. And I couldn't find, where the rule was. It wasn't on the firewall list, adding it there in learning mode didn't helped,... while disabling firewall made application working. Only through interactive mode I was able to resolve it. I would like way more control over the process by having all those changes in one place.
  3. Description: Display last 5 log messags on hover on Eset's icon Detail: As related to comment before, I would like to know what's going on with antivirus. So instead of just displaying product version when I hover on it's icon in taskbar, I would like to also see last 5 messages from logfiles (maybe configurable which ones - source, priority,... - or how many of them) there. So that I know what's going on - maintenance, scanning, defending Hamás cyberattack,...
  4. Description: Lower priority for maintenance tasks Detail: Several times a day while playing game (DarkSouls 1 on Steam if it matters) game gets very laggy and drops to 1 frame per few seconds. When I explore task explorer for what's going on, it's ekrn.exe fully utilizing cpu. Searching trough it's logs I find out it was regular database update. No defending my computer against ongoing attack, but just regular maintenance. Those should be run on lowest priority possible to not interfere with computer operation...
  5. Where you show IP - and mostly in pop-up dialogs - include link to whois information. How shall I make quick semi-qualified decission to allow/deny question when I don't have tools / information for it and all I see is IP number? I can run putty to one of my servers and do Whois / GeoIP query, but that shall be available in ESET already.
  6. I would liek to be able to sort, filter, resize, export to text,... pretty much any table that Eset GUI uses. It causes me almost physical pain to use them currently with reflexes forcing me to avoid touching that at almost all costs. That might be cool way to prevent users from messing with app, but terrible for finding / verifying / reporting any apps misbehaviour. Firewall rules being best example of terrible UX. Please hire UX specialist and fix that.
  7. Description: Return of colors in GUI Detail: Recent version of GUI is sad black-and-white with rare occurence of turquoise or lime. We got monitors, tablets,... with millions of colors and yet software uses only 2-4 of them. It brings deppression and sadness to use it.
  8. Blizzards games are updated frequently, with every new version getting it's new directory, for example: H:\games\Battle.net\Battle.net.4269\Battle.net.exe C:\ProgramData\Battle.net\Agent\Agent.beta.2737\Agent.exe as you can imagine, this popups dialogs asking whetever permit or deny change to file / network connections. Is there some way I could allow the games more... universaly? either by directory H:\games\Battle.net\* C:\ProgramData\Battle.net\Agent\* or with regular expression H:\games\Battle.net\Battle.net.[0-9]*\Battle.net.exe C:\ProgramData\Battle.net\Agent\Agent.beta.[0-9]*\Agent.exe or anything else?
  9. Description: Directory / RegExp based rules for applications Detail: Games from Blizzard enjoy providing executable in directories with their versions numbers in path. That makes ESET popup window asking to allow Battle.net Update Agent (and game specific executables) to connect to internet just everytime, they update them. And they update them frequently. For Diablo3 I got like 50 firewall rules (49 being obsolete, btw). So I would like to be able to say H:\games\Battle.net\Battle.net.[0-9]\*Battle.net.exe C:\ProgramData\Battle.net\Agent\Agent.beta.[0-9]*\Agent.exe are OK, or... H:\games\Battle.net\* C:\ProgramData\Battle.net\Agent\* are OK, instead of 50 individual rules like H:\games\Battle.net\Battle.net.4269\Battle.net.exe C:\ProgramData\Battle.net\Agent\Agent.beta.2737\Agent.exe
  10. Description: Improve UI for ESET advanced configuration Detail: Advanced configuration UX is seriously lacking. To provide specific example - when setting rules for applications I've to browse them all one-by-one to find the one I'm looking for - there is no filtering. Or I cannot select and delete more of them at once - again I've to one-by-one.
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