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  1. Can anyone answer this? I'm wondering the same thing.
  2. This is the full readout of the threat log, there are hundred of these now, and more coming every few minutes. This is what the Firewall threat generated report shows These 2 are from the Policies and what I set up. This policy is applied to ALL machines in active directory. Any help appreciated.
  3. That helps for the previous detections, but the policy isn't doing anything, I'm still getting these threat reports.
  4. The application is Spiceworks, which like I said inventories the entire network; by way of ICMP etc. I tried making a Policy for 'ESET Security Product for Windows' with Personal Firewall -> IDS Exceptions -> Any Alert / Spiceworks / IP / No / No / No but I'm still getting flooooooded by these alerts, is there another way to go about this?
  5. What about Firewall threats, such as 'Detected covert channel exploit in ICMP packet'? How do you clear those out?
  6. We just got ESET ERA 6 up and going, and we have 2 virtual servers that run Spiceworks tools to inventory and monitor the network. However, our Threat log on ERA is now full of 'Detected covert channel exploit in ICMP packet' [see attached], Is there any way to prevent this from being detected, or exclude the machines? How do I erase these from the Threat window as well?
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