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Aryeh Goretsky

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Aryeh Goretsky last won the day on February 26

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  1. Hello, It looks like base64, but I get garbage when I decrypt it. Is any more information available about the source of the string, or context in which it occurs/was found? Regards, Aryeh Goretsky
  2. Hello, As @itman has provided an answer to your question, this thread has now been locked to prevent spam. Regards, Aryeh Goretsky
  3. Hello, It has been a few years since I have looked at this, but are you absolutely certain that your Google Pixel 4 phone (released in 2019, last security update three days ago) is vulnerable to this bug which was patched five years ago? Are you certain this just isn't some log file entry which happens to contain the word "stagefright" in it for some reason, like confirming that a patch for it is indeed present? Regards, Aryeh Goretsky
  4. Hello, I am not sure if there are any staff here in the forum who are familiar with the MSP licenses sold by Ingram Micro. We tend to focus more on installation issues, troubleshooting conflicts, malware remediation and similar issues. What I would suggest is contacting ESET's office at +1 (866) 343-3738 and asking to speak with an MSP account service rep for information about how to apply licenses those licenses to your customer accounts. Regards, Aryeh Goretsky
  5. Hello, ESET Online Scanner v3.4.2.0 SR (service release) was released on August 3rd. It can be accessed from https://www.eset.com/int/home/online-scanner/. Regards, Aryeh Goretsky
  6. Hello, What is the complete and exact message you see when you attempt to install a game and ESET's software is running? Regards, Aryeh Goretsky
  7. Hello, If you wish to report a security vulnerability in an ESET product or service, you find out more information at https://www.eset.com/int/security-vulnerability-reporting/. You can find out what is both in and out of scope for reporting and a little bit about how we recognize security researchers for their efforts. Regards, Aryeh Goretsky
  8. Hello, Just to add to my colleague @Marcos suggestion, I would strongly recommend you back up any important information stored on the drive, as it sounds like it has begun to fail. SSD failure modes can be very problematic in terms of data recovery, so it is a very good idea to make sure any type of information you have on the drive which is valuable to y ou is saved in one (or more) backups. After you have gotten your important information backed up, check with the SSD manufacturer to see what diagnostic software they offer to check the drive, as that may provide you with additional
  9. Hello, A list of removed programs can be found at https://support.eset.com/kb3527/#removable. Regards, Aryeh Goretsky
  10. Hello, ESET is open to new ideas and suggestions. Just don't expect all of them to be implemented, especially if they offer little added benefit to ESET's customers. Regards, Aryeh Goretsky
  11. Hello, I believe you'll find some of the requested functionality in various programs such as ESET SysInspector, ESET SysRescue Live CD, the ESET Rogue Applications Remover and various other malware removal tools. Regards, Aryeh Goretsky
  12. Hello, ESET could improve its results in tests done by some testers by adding junk files that are damaged, non-executable, contain only data, are otherwise non-threatening, but are detected by other anti-malware programs. Would you like ESET to add detection of junk because those other vendors have included those files? Just because a plethora of companies are doing something doesn't make it right, or even that it offers a benefit to their customers, for that matter. Adding features for marketing reasons is not a path I would like to ESET go down, and I suspect at least some of our custome
  13. Hello, Cookies are not malicious. While they may (or may not) represent privacy issues, they do not represent a threat to user security. Malicious advertisements are blocked all the time. If you want to block tracking, all ads, etc., I would suggest looking at what plugins are available for your web browser. HIPS updates occur as part of the regular updating of modules used by ESET Smart Security. Regards, Aryeh Goretsky
  14. Hello, False alarms on a web site are a big deal. They affect: Whomever owns the web site. Whomever visits the web site. The credibility of the company which generated the the false positive alarm to begin with. It has been my experience that people who visit web sites do not always know when a report of a problem is a false alarm or not. They might assume it is, and it turns out to be a legitimate report and they get infected. Or, they may contact the site operator or their anti-malware solutions provider, creating a support burden. Just because eight, eighty or eight hundred anti-malware
  15. Hello, I simply used Web of Trust as an example of someone who does a reputational toolbar as their core business. As far as I know, all the other companies you mentioned (Avast ... Webroot) make the majority of their money elsewhere. As I mentioned in my previous post, I had to jump through numerous hoops to get my own personal website reclassified (whitelisted), when my previous employer saw fit to advise everyone that my site was unsafe due to its lack of reputation. Now, I was able to get that cleared up in several days, but it took me several days and I had to to take advantage of som
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