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    Aryeh Goretsky gave kudos to MATT DN in SFP IT Director   
    Marcos and company, since NOD32 2.5, I have been both a user and a re-seller.  Thank you for a superior product.  May you all be blessed.
    Matt
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    Aryeh Goretsky gave kudos to peteyt in Activation issue after update   
    The public license isn't the same as your main one and can be shared. You can also drop a private message to a mod e.g Marcos if you are still unsure or create a support ticket. Response may be slower right now due to it being the weekend
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    Aryeh Goretsky gave kudos to Marcos in No need password to disable firewall in EES   
    Not necessary any more. We were able to reproduce the issue and fixed it. The fix will be included in future versions of ESET's products.
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    Aryeh Goretsky gave kudos to itman in AV-TEST and ESET   
    This was answered by @Marcos in another thread.
    Eset does participate in AV-Test Commercial/Endpoint comparative testing: https://www.av-test.org/en/antivirus/business-windows-client/ . Since Eset Endpoint Internet Security is essentially the same as Eset Internet Security, they appear to have wanted to save a few bucks. If anything, EIS has more protection mechanisms than EES.  
    -EDIT- Other AMTSO member AV labs where Eset is tested are:
    https://www.av-comparatives.org/
    https://www.mrg-effitas.com/test-library/
    https://selabs.uk/en/reports/consumers
    https://www.virusbulletin.com/testing/results/latest/vb100-antimalware
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    Aryeh Goretsky gave kudos to itman in Do I have to install Win 10   
    Assuming you're running Win 7 Pro+ versions, extended support will available after 2/2020. However, it is not cheap: https://www.petri.com/microsofts-windows-7-extended-support-pricing-announced
    From an economic view, you would be better "biting the bullet" and upgrading to Win 10 Pro. The Win 10 Enterprise versions are a different story since they are only offered via subscription method.
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    Aryeh Goretsky gave kudos to Marcos in Do I have to install Win 10   
    Please make sure that you have installed the appropriate KBs adding support for SHA-2 code signing on Windows 7 SP1 as per https://help.eset.com/eis/13/en-US/sha1_eol.html :
     
    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4490628/servicing-stack-update-for-windows-7-sp1-and-windows-server-2008-r2
    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4474419/sha-2-code-signing-support-update
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    Aryeh Goretsky gave kudos to itman in ESET and piracy   
    I believe that this article sums up nicely why pirated software should not be used: https://www.maketecheasier.com/dangers-of-using-pirated-software/ .
    Also some security software does scan for pirated software. MalwareBytes is one of them. Also a number of the web sites that assist in free malware removal will refuse to provide help if they detect cracked software on a device.
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    Aryeh Goretsky received kudos from Marcos in ESET and piracy   
    Hello,

    While ESET does not condone software piracy (or any other kind of piracy, for that matter)*, neither is ESET the software police.

    That said, it is important to keep in mind that peer-to-peer file sharing programs can be bundled with potentially unwanted applications, adware or even outright malware.  They can also introduce privacy issues, such as the leaking of sensitive or confidential information due to improper configuration, as well as security vulnerabilities which can be subject to exploitation by threat actors.  And, of course, there is also malware which may make use of peer-to-peer networks for various reasons, from spreading as a worm, for use as command-and-control infrastructure, exfiltration of stolen data, and so forth.

    Web sites involved in the facilitation of software piracy often have limited opportunities for revenue generation, as legitimate advertising networks, payment processors, e-commerce providers and other businesses may be unable or unwilling to do business with them for legal or other reasons.  As such, these web sites may turn to other means of funding continued operation, including the display of advertisements from less-than-reputable ad networks/brokers, which may introduce malicious advertisements (malvertising) using exploit kits to compromise a computer through the web browser, to other schemes, such as mining cryptocurrency in the web browser to generate revenue for the site operator.

    Another thing to consider is that many customers do not want programs which facilitate the theft of intellectual property on their computers and networks.  The reasons for this can range from the mundane (wanting to avoid legal liability) to concerns about more draconian actions:  In Russia, software piracy can be treated as a criminal matter by the Russian federal tax police, and having pirated software on computers can lead to the arrest and imprisonment of employees, harsh financial penalties the dissolution of a company and/or the forced transfer of a company's assets.  This happened to several non-profits who were accused of pirating Microsoft software in Russia.  To their credit, Microsoft quickly responded by providing the Russian non-profits with legal licenses for its software, and now makes its software free for use by non-profits in Russia in order to prevent this from happening again.  While that is an extreme kind of scenario, it does show how regimes can use software piracy as a pretext to shut down organizations of which they do not approve.

    From time to time, ESET has talked about some of the malware using and abusing peer-to-peer networks, probably the most famous of which is the Conficker worm.  Some additional examples of malware which make use of peer-to-peer networks, can be found on ESET's VirusRadar site:
    MSIL/Antinny Python.Filecoder.P (ransomware targeting .torrent files) Win32/AutoRun.IRCBot.FE Win32/Skopvel Win32/TrojanDownloader.Agent.PUC Win64/GoBot2 Further information about risks, as well as mitigations, can be found on ESET's WeLiveSecurity blog:
    Limewire, free software and the for-fee membership BitTorrent family susceptible to DRDoS attacks Mac malware spread disguised as cracked versions of Angry Birds, Pixelmator and other top apps How black hats misuse the torrent ecosystem for fun and profit As previously stated, ESET is not the software police.  ESET does, however, have a stated goal of protecting its customers from threats, and those threats can come from many sources, including peer-to-peer file-sharing networks, applications and their associated web sites.

    Regards,

    Aryeh Goretsky

    *ESET holds no position on Talk Like a Pirate Day.
     
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    Aryeh Goretsky gave kudos to Marcos in Firewall suggestions   
    No since the priority of rules is determined by the order.
    Possibly. It's been on the wish list together with some similar improvements.
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    Aryeh Goretsky gave kudos to cyberhash in ESET and piracy   
    Just a repeat of what @Marcos said above. ESET products are not an anti piracy solution but a security product. There are entities (bodies) that deal with piracy in general. The only connection is that a large volume of pirated products are generally where viruses and malware are placed and why ESET and other security products detect them.
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    Aryeh Goretsky gave kudos to Marcos in ESET and piracy   
    In fact, we do not aim that combating piracy in general. That's not what an antivirus or security software is supposed to do in the first place. If administrators want to prevent illegal stuff from being used in their networks, they can use application control for instance to control what application users can run.
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    Aryeh Goretsky gave kudos to foneil in ESET Knowledgebase YouTube channel 10-year anniversary   
    The ESET Knowledgebase YouTube Channel celebrates its 10-year anniversary today! 
    https://www.youtube.com/user/ESETKnowledgebase/community
    Check out the infographic for our lifetime YouTube statistics for the channel. 
    The ESET Knowledgebase channel includes step-by-step video tutorials demonstrating the key processes and features of our ESET products, from ESET NOD32 Antivirus and ESET Internet Security to business products like ESET Security Management Center. In addition, our channel is yet another way for our customers to reach us with feedback and questions. 
    We make every effort to respond to support-related comments and yes, we do take video suggestions!

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    Aryeh Goretsky gave kudos to Marcos in can not remove numerous ESET drivers from Win10   
    1, Drivers are uninstalled / removed during standard uninstallation.
    2, If uninstallation is failing, you can run the ESET Uninstall tool in safe mode: https://support.eset.com/kb2289/
    Drivers should not be removed manually since some require a proper unregistration from the registry, otherwise you may not be able to  boot in safe mode either (typically edevmon.sys).
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    Aryeh Goretsky received kudos from ricoip in Rules of the ESET Security Forum   
    Welcome to the ESET Security Forum!
     
    ESET is pleased to provide you with this resource in order to make it easy for you to ask questions and receive answers about ESET's products and services.  Understand that the ESET Security Forum is a private community for existing customers of ESET, prospective customers who are interested in ESET's software, ESET employees and business partners.  Because of this focus, it is not like a general public forum, where conversations take place on a variety of non-ESET and non-security related topics.
     
    With that in mind, we have the following rules in place:
     
    When registering for an account on the forum, please fill out the information accurately and correctly.
    Do not enter the Username and Password for your licensed ESET software, but instead choose a username (in Latin) unique to this forum.  You should also choose a suitably complex password unique to this forum as well. Do not create multiple accounts.  If a person is found creating multiple accounts, ESET reserves the right to take whatever actions it deems necessary, including banning, blocking, deleting and/or merging them.  The exception to this rule is ESET staff, who may create multiple accounts for testing purposes. No impersonating other forum users, ESET employees or other people. Use appropriate language in the forum.  No vulgar, obscene or rude language will be tolerated. No vulgar, obscene or otherwise offensive images or video will be tolerated. ESET staff have the right to move, edit or modify messages that you post.  This may be done for clarity, to move a message to more appropriate forum where it will receive more attention, or for other reasons outlined in these rules. All decisions by ESET staff are final, and not open to discussion. This list may be updated at any time.  Please periodically visit this page to review any updates. Do not post direct links to any executable files, malicious/suspicious software or web sites in public messages, even if you think the software or site is clean and incorrectly detected by ESET.  Break up the URL by inserting spaces into it, or replacing the protocol handler with an obfuscated one, like . Do not attach malicious or suspicious files to messages, even if you think they are clean.  Write a public message, and then use the "report this message" option to send a private message to ESET staff with a link. Do not post any personally identifiable information (PII) about yourself, such as an email or mailing address or phone number, in a public message. Do not post the username and password or license key for your ESET software in a public message. Do not post links to software cracking tools, license key generators, pirated copies of software or other illicit software in the forum.  If you wish to report a site, write a public message, and then use the "report this message" option to send a private message to ESET staff with a link. Do not post private correspondence (private messages, email, etc.) publicly within the forum. Do not post "A vs. B" or "Which product is best?" type messages in the forum. Do not post overtly commercial messages in the forum (this includes in your signature). Do not pre-announce releases.  Due to differences in scheduling, it may sometimes take several hours after a release has appeared on ESET's web site for the release announcement to appear here in the forum. Do not abuse the forum's rich text controls.  Messages and signatures with inappropriate font selection, including size, color and, for signatures, length, may be edited by forum staff to conform to standards of decency. Do not ask other users for logs, especially if they may contain sensitive or other personally identifiable information. Posts made on behalf of a 3rd party company may only be made from accounts registered with an email address from the company's domain (verifiable by ESET staff). Do not use the "Report post" function for other purposes than reporting inappropriate content requiring moderators' attention. Do not report possibly incorrect detections or blocks (false positives) in the forum unless they may affect a lot of users. If you think that your application or website is detected or blocked incorrectly, please report it to ESET as per the instructions at https://support.eset.com/kb141. Be civil, do not post sarcastic, offensive or mocking comments towards any person or entity. Do not post messages that are off-topic, keep the discussion to the point and do not lead it astray. To discuss a different, unrelated issue or question, always create a new topic. If you have any questions or comments, please contact one of ESET's moderators.
     
    Last Revised: 5 March 2019.
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    Aryeh Goretsky gave kudos to TomFace in AV-TEST and ESET   
    I use the daily "seat of my pants" results. I know what works for me.
    No A/V program is 100%...that's why they get updated and evolve.
    In my opinion, these A-V test results (no matter who publishes them) only provide the trolls with food (in addition to being (for me) worthless data). We all know (or at least should know) that you never feed a troll.
    Regards,
    Tom
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    Aryeh Goretsky gave kudos to itman in AV-TEST and ESET   
    As far as AV labs tests go, they have to be scrutinized for discrepancies. For example, on the latest comparative from A-V Comparatives, Windows Defender had an unusually high false positive rate using a much smaller malware sample size. Whereas on the latest AV-Test business test, WD had a low FP rate for a much larger malware sample size.
    Bottom line - take AV lab test results as a rough approximation in regards to a security solutions real world malware performance. Also always review as many test reports as you can from different AV labs and again, look for discrepancies.
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    Aryeh Goretsky received kudos from RB fashion in Future changes to ESET NOD32 Antivirus   
    Hello,
     
    Not every requested feature can be added at once.  ESET's project managers have to carefully look at the technical and market requirements for each request.  Sometimes, the amount of work required to implement a requested feature may mean that it needs to be put off for a few version releases until enough engineering time can be budgeted to implement, test and maintain the feature.  And sometimes, a feature might be requested that is just out of scope, offers little real-world benefit to customers or may even be against ESET's business practices.
     
    In any case, what I would suggest is to provide as detailed a description as possible of the feature you are requesting, in order for ESET's project managers to make better sense of it, and a little patience, as not everything can be done at once.
     
    Regards,
     
    Aryeh Goretsky
     
     

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    Aryeh Goretsky gave kudos to Rami in Future changes to ESET Internet Security and ESET Smart Security Premium   
    It's not that big deal in my opinion @nonamelab, It's a way to bring more people to use ESET and in the same time giving the person who invited the other person who doesn't use ESET , a month of usage or more I don't remember exactly.
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    Aryeh Goretsky received kudos from TomFace in Rules of the ESET Security Forum   
    Welcome to the ESET Security Forum!
     
    ESET is pleased to provide you with this resource in order to make it easy for you to ask questions and receive answers about ESET's products and services.  Understand that the ESET Security Forum is a private community for existing customers of ESET, prospective customers who are interested in ESET's software, ESET employees and business partners.  Because of this focus, it is not like a general public forum, where conversations take place on a variety of non-ESET and non-security related topics.
     
    With that in mind, we have the following rules in place:
     
    When registering for an account on the forum, please fill out the information accurately and correctly.
    Do not enter the Username and Password for your licensed ESET software, but instead choose a username (in Latin) unique to this forum.  You should also choose a suitably complex password unique to this forum as well. Do not create multiple accounts.  If a person is found creating multiple accounts, ESET reserves the right to take whatever actions it deems necessary, including banning, blocking, deleting and/or merging them.  The exception to this rule is ESET staff, who may create multiple accounts for testing purposes. No impersonating other forum users, ESET employees or other people. Use appropriate language in the forum.  No vulgar, obscene or rude language will be tolerated. No vulgar, obscene or otherwise offensive images or video will be tolerated. ESET staff have the right to move, edit or modify messages that you post.  This may be done for clarity, to move a message to more appropriate forum where it will receive more attention, or for other reasons outlined in these rules. All decisions by ESET staff are final, and not open to discussion. This list may be updated at any time.  Please periodically visit this page to review any updates. Do not post direct links to any executable files, malicious/suspicious software or web sites in public messages, even if you think the software or site is clean and incorrectly detected by ESET.  Break up the URL by inserting spaces into it, or replacing the protocol handler with an obfuscated one, like . Do not attach malicious or suspicious files to messages, even if you think they are clean.  Write a public message, and then use the "report this message" option to send a private message to ESET staff with a link. Do not post any personally identifiable information (PII) about yourself, such as an email or mailing address or phone number, in a public message. Do not post the username and password or license key for your ESET software in a public message. Do not post links to software cracking tools, license key generators, pirated copies of software or other illicit software in the forum.  If you wish to report a site, write a public message, and then use the "report this message" option to send a private message to ESET staff with a link. Do not post private correspondence (private messages, email, etc.) publicly within the forum. Do not post "A vs. B" or "Which product is best?" type messages in the forum. Do not post overtly commercial messages in the forum (this includes in your signature). Do not pre-announce releases.  Due to differences in scheduling, it may sometimes take several hours after a release has appeared on ESET's web site for the release announcement to appear here in the forum. Do not abuse the forum's rich text controls.  Messages and signatures with inappropriate font selection, including size, color and, for signatures, length, may be edited by forum staff to conform to standards of decency. Do not ask other users for logs, especially if they may contain sensitive or other personally identifiable information. Posts made on behalf of a 3rd party company may only be made from accounts registered with an email address from the company's domain (verifiable by ESET staff). Do not use the "Report post" function for other purposes than reporting inappropriate content requiring moderators' attention. Do not report possibly incorrect detections or blocks (false positives) in the forum unless they may affect a lot of users. If you think that your application or website is detected or blocked incorrectly, please report it to ESET as per the instructions at https://support.eset.com/kb141. Be civil, do not post sarcastic, offensive or mocking comments towards any person or entity. Do not post messages that are off-topic, keep the discussion to the point and do not lead it astray. To discuss a different, unrelated issue or question, always create a new topic. If you have any questions or comments, please contact one of ESET's moderators.
     
    Last Revised: 5 March 2019.
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    Aryeh Goretsky gave kudos to foneil in ESET SysRescue Live 1.0.16 has been released   
    A new version of ESET SysRescue has been released. See the ESET SysRescue Download page for more information and to download the tool. 
    How do I use ESET SysRescue Live to clean my computer?
    Changelog
    Changed: ISO updated to isohybrid. Isohybrid enables the ability to create live USB via various available apps. Older versions of Live USB creator will not work because they are bound to a specific version of ISO Changed: Updated legal terms and sensitive information handling due to EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Changed: System updated to Ubuntu Xenial Xerus 16.04 LTS Changed: Updated UEFI boot and the ISO now supports both Legacy and UEFI mode booting Changed: Integration of the second El Torito image grub Changed: Additional minor changes and improvements Fixed: Invalid copyright value in startup splash
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    Aryeh Goretsky gave kudos to Cousin Vinny in Request for feedback on a plan to change handling of Potentially Unwanted & Unsafe Applications   
    Speaking as someone who is hands-on IT management rather than a reseller or MSP:  That is how I would expect it to behave and should.  My endpoints are configured for strict cleaning so I have not dealt with this issue, however if end users were greeted with option dialogs during an av scan without any way for the admin to suppress I would be quite aggravated with the product.
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    Aryeh Goretsky gave kudos to rekun in Request for feedback on a plan to change handling of Potentially Unwanted & Unsafe Applications   
    I would welcome the changes, as I currently enable strict cleaning to get similar results 
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    Aryeh Goretsky gave kudos to Marcos in Request for feedback on a plan to change handling of Potentially Unwanted & Unsafe Applications   
    Dear forum members,
    We are considering a change in the product's behavior but before doing that, we would like to consult you, our field experts with regards to the problem and suggested change.
    We kindly ask you to:
    Read this message carefully Talk with other people of your support staff, whether they are aware of issues related to current behavior Provide any comments (supportive / negative) towards the proposed change As of now, one of the issues that our customers are facing is the behavior of products in managed environment, related to handling of detections and cleaning of Potentially Unwanted and Potentially Unsafe Applications (hereafter referenced as PUA)
    The following are prerequisites of the behavior:
    Default cleaning settings on the Endpoints (normal cleaning) Detection of PUA is enabled. With these settings we were reported the following problems by several customers and resellers / MSPs that we have interacted with directly during a customer research.
     
    Main problems are:
    End users on local machines are forced to respond to an „interactive window“ that is asking for action in case of a PUA detection, which can by triggered by protection modules or the on-demand scanner. They offer the „ignore & continue“ action even in managed environments where the end user should not make decision. Users can try to install a PUA which usually ends with multiple interactive windows appearing. If a PUA is already in the system and you schedule an on-demand scan, it will be reported to the user again and a dialog with action selection is shown to the user. If this happens on a server, it will be never resolved; the dialog eventually expires, and then will be reported again and again to the server upon re-scanning. The only solution currently is to set an exclusion or to set cleaning mode to strict which will automatically remove the PUA detection without asking.
     
    What are we planning to do:
    We are planning to change the product behavior in a way that our endpoints will automatically block / clean PUA detections in managed environments according to the option selected by an administrator, meaning that the end users will never see interactive windows. Alerts (only one) will be reported to the ERA, and it will be up to the security administrator to either set an exclusion or acknowledge such detection. After exclusion, reinstall of the affected PUA will be needed on the target system; restore from quarantine is not enough since „cleaning“ also removes references which are not restoreable (this is valid also now, when Exclusion is „cleaned“).  
    We would like to hear from you and ask for feedback whether you consider this change as risky from the perspective of customer expectations. We do perceive the problem as serious and would like to change the behavior even for existing users by means of a module update. An alternative approach is to change it only in new versions of our products, meaning Endpoint V7 and eventually backport it to a new 6.6 hotfix if that happens in the foreseeable future.
    How the interactive window looks:

    How it looks in the logs:

    How it looks in the ESET Remote Administrator:

    Please note that we are also bringing a lot of changes into the ESMC:
    Cleaned „threats“ are automatically going to be marked as resolved (once the behavior is implemented, you will automatically get the PUA cleaned at the „first detection“) and will be automatically „resolved“ in ESMC (no duplicated entries when one clicks „no action“) You will be able to set exclusions directly from the threats section, basically by „one click“; there will be also an option to set „exclusion by HASH“ in EES.  
    Thank you for your feedback & support.
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    Aryeh Goretsky received kudos from Dimitris G in Rules of the ESET Security Forum   
    Welcome to the ESET Security Forum!
     
    ESET is pleased to provide you with this resource in order to make it easy for you to ask questions and receive answers about ESET's products and services.  Understand that the ESET Security Forum is a private community for existing customers of ESET, prospective customers who are interested in ESET's software, ESET employees and business partners.  Because of this focus, it is not like a general public forum, where conversations take place on a variety of non-ESET and non-security related topics.
     
    With that in mind, we have the following rules in place:
     
    When registering for an account on the forum, please fill out the information accurately and correctly.
    Do not enter the Username and Password for your licensed ESET software, but instead choose a username (in Latin) unique to this forum.  You should also choose a suitably complex password unique to this forum as well. Do not create multiple accounts.  If a person is found creating multiple accounts, ESET reserves the right to take whatever actions it deems necessary, including banning, blocking, deleting and/or merging them.  The exception to this rule is ESET staff, who may create multiple accounts for testing purposes. No impersonating other forum users, ESET employees or other people. Use appropriate language in the forum.  No vulgar, obscene or rude language will be tolerated. No vulgar, obscene or otherwise offensive images or video will be tolerated. ESET staff have the right to move, edit or modify messages that you post.  This may be done for clarity, to move a message to more appropriate forum where it will receive more attention, or for other reasons outlined in these rules. All decisions by ESET staff are final, and not open to discussion. This list may be updated at any time.  Please periodically visit this page to review any updates. Do not post direct links to any executable files, malicious/suspicious software or web sites in public messages, even if you think the software or site is clean and incorrectly detected by ESET.  Break up the URL by inserting spaces into it, or replacing the protocol handler with an obfuscated one, like . Do not attach malicious or suspicious files to messages, even if you think they are clean.  Write a public message, and then use the "report this message" option to send a private message to ESET staff with a link. Do not post any personally identifiable information (PII) about yourself, such as an email or mailing address or phone number, in a public message. Do not post the username and password or license key for your ESET software in a public message. Do not post links to software cracking tools, license key generators, pirated copies of software or other illicit software in the forum.  If you wish to report a site, write a public message, and then use the "report this message" option to send a private message to ESET staff with a link. Do not post private correspondence (private messages, email, etc.) publicly within the forum. Do not post "A vs. B" or "Which product is best?" type messages in the forum. Do not post overtly commercial messages in the forum (this includes in your signature). Do not pre-announce releases.  Due to differences in scheduling, it may sometimes take several hours after a release has appeared on ESET's web site for the release announcement to appear here in the forum. Do not abuse the forum's rich text controls.  Messages and signatures with inappropriate font selection, including size, color and, for signatures, length, may be edited by forum staff to conform to standards of decency. Do not ask other users for logs, especially if they may contain sensitive or other personally identifiable information. Posts made on behalf of a 3rd party company may only be made from accounts registered with an email address from the company's domain (verifiable by ESET staff). Do not use the "Report post" function for other purposes than reporting inappropriate content requiring moderators' attention. Do not report possibly incorrect detections or blocks (false positives) in the forum unless they may affect a lot of users. If you think that your application or website is detected or blocked incorrectly, please report it to ESET as per the instructions at https://support.eset.com/kb141. Be civil, do not post sarcastic, offensive or mocking comments towards any person or entity. Do not post messages that are off-topic, keep the discussion to the point and do not lead it astray. To discuss a different, unrelated issue or question, always create a new topic. If you have any questions or comments, please contact one of ESET's moderators.
     
    Last Revised: 5 March 2019.
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    Aryeh Goretsky gave kudos to ESET Security Forum in Subscribe to ESET Knowledgebase Support News, Alerts and Customer Advisories   
    As introduced here (KB News) and here (KB Alerts), I am unpinning those threads and replacing with this one.
    We now have RSS/email subscriptions for News, Alerts, and Customer Advisories.
    Information and instructions to subscribe is available here:
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