avielc gave kudos to MichalJ in Question | create a report with hardware and software information
Unified hardware report that will allow you to combine Device info + info about CPU / RAM / STORAGE is already implemented, and will be released in a next version of both ESET PROTECT / PROTECT CLOUD. For the combination with installed software details, I will follow up on this with our technical teams.
avielc gave kudos to Marcos in ESET Endpoint Antivirus 126.96.36.199 on Ubuntu 20.04 | ERROR "Real-time file system protection is non-functional"
Currently Endpoint v7 doesn't support Secure boot but it should in the future (there is no ETA yet).
avielc gave kudos to Marcos in Endpoint for Linux - running but not working correctly
1, You can run /opt/eset/eea/bin ./odscan from terminal
2, Please refer to https://help.eset.com/eesu/7/en-US/scans.html for available parameters.
3, Endpoint Antivirus for Linux does not contain a firewall.
avielc received kudos from Peter Randziak in Endpoint for Linux - running but not working correctly
Thanks you @Peter Randziak
I'll look into it, hope it'll be fixed.
avielc gave kudos to MartinK in Issue| Working with ERA Proxy
Connection between AGENT and ESMC is using TLS/SSL and thus is is secured and confidential. In case HTTP proxy is in between, it servers just as forwarding element, i.e. it is not introspecting communication. In other words, both AGENT and ESMC are performing or validity checks of TLS certificate as if there is no proxy and connection will be rejected in case certificate of remote peer is not considered as trusted
Credentials of HTTP proxy are suitable only to protect proxy itself from connections of unauthorized clients, i.e. those that do not have right credentials, but even if there is no authentication on proxy, whole AGENT-to-ESMC communication is protected on TLS layer where mutual authorization via certificates is performed.