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  1. Hello if no one is responding staff wise you could try and create a support ticket via the website as this will always be responded to
  2. Not sure if this will help https://www.quora.com/How-can-I-find-a-piece-of-code-in-all-of-my-websites-files
  3. Was steam part of the issue with this? Not had it happen in a while but noticed others had the issue with steam running
  4. I do prefer it enabled because if they do release a fix its handy to test it otherwise they wouldn't know if it's properly working or if it's caused possible other issues. Obviously eset will probably have quality control but there's that many hardware combinations that things can be missed
  5. As far as I'm aware the pre release version contains fixes to issues and eset recommend people use it to see if it works and if there are any other issues. However eset don't recommend activating it on work computers in case of any issues
  6. I can confirm 7 0.16 has just been released which fixes the issue
  7. Sounds the same issue currently present on the Beta version
  8. I will say the quote "by enabling autopay" makes it sounds like it is an option
  9. I use Sticky Password myself which ESET's old password manager was based on. It is okay but has some missing features and isn't really updated a lot. I found in the past when job hunting some sites would use the same service and have the name in the subdomain which used to confuse it. Not sure if that is still the same
  10. Try uploading them to a file sharing service. If you don't want anyone else to see them send the link in a PM
  11. I should note that eset uses a different product now password manager wise
  12. Any attachments on here can only be viewed/downloaded by Eset staff so if privacy is a concern you will be safe. Not sure what the max size is but if it's too big you can upload it to a file upload site
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