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  1. EDIT; nevermind, It's another product's feature.... If I may.... where is that Password Mannager and from what product is it? I have Eset Internet Security and have never seen a built in Password Manager from Eset nor can I find it in the settings anywhere. Thanks.
  2. I honestly don't know if this has been asked before BUT, given the fact that you now have an online service that accounts for all the licenses and installations of Eset products for every user, (In my case, for example, I have a 6 device license and manage then all through the manager) wouldn't it be possible to add some sort of sync option that would allow the home users to deploy the installs with the same settings across devices??? I mean I have Eset Internet Security on all my pc's and I have to go one by one setting them up and making sure they all run the same settings, if you could automate this process it would be awesome.
  3. Thanks, Marcos. I realize the plugin issue but, if it is sandboxed how does Eset scan what comes and goes? Do you have access to the ports but not to the app?? Any chance to work with Microsoft into integrating the Eset plugin or allowing it to integrate like they do with Office Outlook?
  4. I'm posting this here because EIS is what I use. I have asked this before and never really got a solid answer. Will ESET EVER support the Windows 10 email app? It's a very good app, integrated in the os and with solid capabilities. Is it even posible? And if it's not posible (due to the way the app works or Eset not caring -you tell me-) does Eset Scan the traffic coming and going throug this app? I have Live, Gmail and work accounts synced in there -I have an Office 365 suscription but Outlook SUCKS and it's interface is cluttered and outdated- and I need to be sure that incoming and outgoing emails are checked by Eset for viruses and other malicious content. Thanks.
  5. So, not to be too critical but, despite you considering this a plus, which it probably is, aren't you worried that it was WD that detected malware and not Eset? Did you check to see if it was real malware or just a False Positive? What was Eset doing in that time (considering Eset has Boot time scanning and UEFI protection)?
  6. Hmm, no. The count on each file listed by Eset is 1, but there are 14 files in the folder... something is not right. (full disclosure, none of my files are viruses, only Eicar test files)
  7. Yes, that "sort of" works. Have 14 files in the folder, Eset now lists 7... At least it lists something right?
  8. I can confirm this (among other things that don't work in eset under the latest win10 versions.
  9. Hi, I've posted this on another thread because it's really worrying but don't seem to have a solution for it or an explanation. I´m running Eset Internet Security 11.2.49 on a Win10 X64 version in the Insiders Preview ring -the one with the patch that solved Eset's problem- and even though Eset registers with the Security Center, protection doesn't seem to be all there. Devices Control and Webcam protection are not working for me. I'm running this version of windows on an OMEN15 laptop with Windows Hello built in. Before all the problems introduced that caused Eset's antivirus to stop working; because of the webcam protection, I had (gladly) to create a rule for Svchost.exe so that Hello would work, a rule for the Camera to work, a rule for Opera to be able to access the camera (don't ask) and all was fine, any other app would not be able to access it because of Eset. Now, despite it being "working" again, any app can access the camera, no matter what I put the service on and, also, when I select the option to create a rule, the window closes and that's it. I really would like an answer from someone at Eset about this, otherwise I would have to uninstall it, I really don't think it's working correctly. EDIT, upgraded to version 17730.1000 of RS5 and the problem persists.
  10. That is correct, IF ESET WORKS. I'm on the latest RS5 Insider Preview build -the one with the patch for Eset to work- and the Web cam protection IS NOT working. It doesn't block apps or services from accessing the camera and it doesn't allow the creation of rules for it... thought I should mention this here instead of opening a new thread. I have tested this with windows Hello on my OMEN15, with the Camera app and using the Camera through Opera and Chrome on several webs, including the Whatsapp web app in Opera.
  11. That's Fast Ring right? Slow ring shows no updates.... EDIT, Yes, it's on fast ring and yes, it solves the issues. Hopefully they'll release a fix for slow ring.
  12. Soooooooo, no love from ESET or Microsoft? Are we supposed to change AV vendors from this point forward? My Norton license is still up for 40 days and Norto is working flawlesly while Eset IS NOT. Is it really a Microsoft induced problem? Is no one really going to issue a fix for this? Also, I'm in the Slow Ring, this should have never happened. That's why Microfost has 2 rings of Insider Previews.
  13. Thanks. I didn't see that, but I was using eset with no problems on some of the builds posted on that thread.... still, I will refer to it to keep things in the same place.
  14. Same problem here, with build 17713.rs5_release.180706-1551. I'm not sure it's exclusively a Microsoft error. I was using Eset on some of the other builds posted in this thread and didn't have an issue so...... Posted it on a new thread, didn't know there was another one https://forum.eset.com/topic/16212-eset-not-working/
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