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  1. Win 10 x(64) 1909, FireFox x(64) 74.0, EIS 13.1.16 pre-release updates. This just started today, The funny part is BP&P opens fine as far as I can determine:
  2. As per title, eset doesn't open the redirect banking protection tab when you visit banking sites since this Firefox update, but i can manually launch a protected Firefox browser tab input the web address into it and it loads the login page and works fine, but it no longer automatically opened the banking protection redirect tab, is this up to Mozilla to fix ?
  3. As I expected: 29. 3. 2020 11:04:47 https://www.facebook.com Blocked by Parental control C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe 157.240.192.35 2C87F559FA9FA406334DF39BCBFFEB3EB55BBB0F
  4. I am running Ubuntu Desktop 19.10 (GNOME 3.34.2) and am having a strange problem with NOD32 4.0.90.0 (64-bit). I have a Firefox (73.0.1) window open to YouTube TV (streaming a TV program) and after a while (~5 minutes), other Firefox windows will stop browsing. The windows/tabs open just fine but won’t display any content nor can I access any URL. It doesn’t matter if I disable the ESET protection or not, the behavior is still the same. However, if I remove NOD32, everything works OK. I’ve tested this multiple times by reinstalling NOD32, and each time the problem returns until I uninstall it. This is a fresh build of Ubuntu 19.10 but I’ve also found this same behavior in Ubuntu 18.04.
  5. At the beginning when the computer was turned on the program was automatically executed, the program uses many resources and can even crash the computer. I managed to disable its execution at startup, and after making an analisys the ESET antivirus did not detected the malware. So, I know the location of the executable "C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\OmniSoft" but I don't see how to uninstall this program, It is not at the contoll panel. having access to the location of the program folder, how can I uninstall it?
  6. This is right , also you can limit the speed while Chrome/Firefox doesn't let you do this
  7. As far as JS/Adware.Revizer malware is concerned, this FireFox posting might be informative: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1228037 . It is definitely extension related. Also appears MalwareBytes might be able to get rid of it; at least in FireFox.
  8. I don't use Chrome, But I suspect it works similar to FireFox in regards to the user's profile. That is it is not deleted and when Chrome is reinstalled existing settings, extensions, and the like are retained and reestablished. It might come down to you having to manually delete this profile along with all traces of Chrome on your device. Then if the malware alerts cease upon reinstall, one by one reinstall your prior extensions. If Eset starts alerting after an extension installation, that is your culprit. An alternative to the above is to go to the malware support sections of either malwaretips.com or bleepingcomputer.com and have one of their malware remediation experts assist. They will instruct you to download and run a number of specialized tools for malware diagnostics along with other tools that specialize in removing browser based malware.
  9. In FireFox, I do the following in Eset B&PP after logging off from my banking web site: 1. Open FireFox settings. 2. Select Options. 3. Select Privacy & Security. 4. Scroll down to Cookies and Site Data. 5. Click on the Clear Data tab. At this point you can select to clear Cookies and Site Data and/or Cached Web Content. Then shut down the FireFox session opened in Eset B&PP. Technically speaking if you're using FireFox in private browsing mode, it's supposed to clear all the above at FireFox close time. The problem is Eset's B&PP opens Firefox in normal mode w/extensions disabled. Hence why the above noted data is not being cleared. Another alternative is when Eset B&PP opens FireFox, select that the Menu bar is displayed. The click on File and select New Private Window. As noted in the below screen shot, when that window is closed, all current session data will be cleared:
  10. Check Eset's cert. in FireFox and make sure it is set to "identify websites." Also verify the cert. has not expired:
  11. If this issue just occurred recently and there were no previous issues with your currently installed Eset version, I would suspect the issue is being caused by your ISP: https://www.reddit.com/r/firefox/comments/cdmqbf/getting_a_lot_of_pr_connect_reset_error/
  12. Hello. I have a quite heavily loaded system I used for audio production (lots of drivers, lots of data). Being able to "get to work" on the PC (without ESET) takes about 30 seconds after the desktop initially loads. With ESET it's taking about 10 minutes. Even though it's booting from EVO-850 SSD. I'm using ESET 13.0.24.0 which I beleive is the latest and Windows version 10 Pro, 10.0.17763. I HAVE TWO PROBLEMS 1. Message shortly before the system actually lets me do some work. Message: "Both Windows and ESET Firewall are both turned off". The "Network Protection" section appears in red the entire 10 minutes I'm unable to work on the Desktop. It then appears to go green about 1 minutes after receiving the firewall turned off message, and the ESET firewall functions throughout this period. 2. Even though I have both the "System startup file check" options turned off, ESET still appears to be doing a huge scan of my registry and then my entire file system, in refference to any executable files it finds in the registry. I have A LOT of executable files on my file system, I have A LOT of applications installed on it. It also does this when I resume from sleep. So besides taking an absolute age to boot, it takes an absolute age to resume from sleep. What is wrong with your Antivuris and Firewall solution? This started happening when ESET Smart Security went past version 9 and started with this "modern interface" - which is complete garbage by the way. ESET 9 firewall was much better (and MORE IMPORTANTLY CLEARER) at showing you what was going on with you firewall and EDITING changes. Have we come to a point where ESET has so much bloat, it is taking most of my VALUABLE system resouces? I don't upgrade my PC so that ESET's software can suddenly start using it all up. I expect your software to GET FASTER and USE LESS RESOURCES, not the other way around. I've tried uninstalling and re-installing ESET's software. I've tried using the ESET removal tool (in safe mode). I've tried installing the software and then waiting for it to finish it's entire scan of my PC before doing anything else. I've tried starting from fresh with ESET and not importing my existing settings. Same problems. So - Both Windows and ESET Firewall are both turned off - and - NOT respecting my option NOT to perform a startup scan and doing an entire scan of my registry and all associated executable files. Thereby reporting a false warning that both firewalls are turned off (because it's taking so long to boot to desktop) AND taking an age before I can start working or launch firefox. Sometimes taking 10 to 15 minutes to load to desktop. IS IT TIME I DUMP ESET - WHICH I'VE BEEN USING FOR 10 YEARS AND LOOK FOR AN ALTERNATIVE?
  13. Product has been updated if you didn't notice : Version 4.0.95.0 Fixed: Compatibility of Real-time scanner with 3rd party applications, like Google Chrome or Firefox https://www.eset.com/int/home/antivirus-linux/download/
  14. Win 10 x(64) 1909, FireFox 73.0.1, Eset IS 13.0.24 Eset is not throwing an alert for blocked Google search list results. Mouse clicking on the URL results in no visual clue the connection was blocked. Nor does the current displayed screen with existing search results change in any way. The block is logged in the event log however. For example: However if I try to access hxxps://www.pcrisk.com from the FireFox address bar, the Eset PUA alert displays:
  15. If your primary concern is browser privacy, you are best served using a browser that is designed for privacy such as FireFox. "Out-of-box:" i.e. w/o adding any extensions, it offers a number of privacy protections such as: Adding the uBlock Origin extension will only strengthen FireFox's native privacy protections. uBO by default uses multiple tracking protection and malware block lists with AdBlock's TPLs being one of them. I have also added Nano Defender to uBO which is an anti anti-adbocker. Web sites are increasingly using anti-adblockers to get around browser adblocking protection. Adding Nano Defender to uBO in FireFox is a "bit tricky" though. The final FireFox extension I use is Decentraleyes which does: Finally, note that Chrome is built for security; not privacy. Being a Google based product, I believe that is self-evident.
  16. Same with Firefox 73.0 and ESET Internet security 13.0.24.0 Downgraded Firefox to 72.0.2 64b Firefox detects downgrade and forces creation on a new profile, (loosing all my bookmarks) Restored from backup C:\Users\UsersName\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\ C:\Users\UsersName\AppData\Local\Mozilla Which mostly fixed the normal version of Firefox but not the profile for ESET Banking protection. Where is that stored?
  17. Can’t log in to the Eset customer portal (login.eset.com). Portal’s not recognizing my password. Tried resetting the password (even though it hasn’t changed), but you’re not sending it. Should have received about a dozen password emails from you but your web portal appears to be dead. No issue with any spam filters, I own the domain. Tried the “Contact” URL at the bottom of the password reset web page. That gets me this certificate error from Chrome: “Your connection is not private Attackers might be trying to steal your information from backend-androidappwatch.eset.com (for example, passwords, messages, or credit cards). Learn more NET::ERR_CERT_COMMON_NAME_INVALID” Firefox reports the same certificate error: “Warning: Potential Security Risk Ahead Firefox detected a potential security threat and did not continue to backend-androidappwatch.eset.com. If you visit this site, attackers could try to steal information like your passwords, emails, or credit card details. … https://backend-androidappwatch.eset.com/about/contact/?utm_source=parentalcontrol.eset.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=parentalcontrol.eset.com_referral Unable to communicate securely with peer: requested domain name does not match the server’s certificate. HTTP Strict Transport Security: false HTTP Public Key Pinning: false” I’m paying for support. Your customer support web portal is broken. Your contact web page may have been compromised and is also broken. Your support team is unreachable. Has the Eset web server on which we’re getting login and security certificate errors, that also contain our credit card and personal details, been compromised? Give me access to my account records and provide the support I’m paying you for.
  18. I use Banking & Payment protection on firefox for shopping or banking (secured browser) I regularly clean my firefox history(normal browser) but today i found it does not include the secured browser !! all my banking history can be found on secured browser is there a function , can clean the history after i done my payment on secured browser
  19. No problem here using Win 10 x(64) 1909 and EIS 13.1.16 when opened from a normal FireFox browsing session:
  20. Actually, my previous comments about Firefox had nothing to do with the Eset forum. Again, I was getting random ones infrequently until I enabled DoH. Another behavior I have seen in regards to uBlock Origin and Firefox is how some search list connections are silently blocked, whereas others will show a block alert from the applicable TPL. For example when using the Google displayed search results list, I can click on a URL and nothing happens. UBlock just silently blocks the connection attempt. No failed connection display, etc.. -EDIT- Appears the above blocking is not being done by uBlock Origin after all. The blocking is being done by Eset PUA blacklist. But no alert is being displayed if its a Google search it URL: Whereas if I try to access hxxps://www.pcrisk.com via Firefox address bar, I will receive an Eset PUA alert. Looks like a bug. Will open a new thread for it.
  21. Another interesting observation. My boot drive crashed two weekends ago. My image backup restored OK but boot rec was corrupted and could not restore it using multiple attempts with various options. So I decided it was time to do a fresh Win 10 1909 install. BTW - glad I did; things work now that never did in my previous Win 7 upgraded installation. Anyway, I installed FireFox fresh. Set up uBlock Origin immediately. Thereafter, I started getting strange occasional redirects that never happened with my old FireFox installation. Checking out FireFox settings, DoH was not enabled. Strange since I thought that was done now by default. Enabled DoH w/Cloudfare servers and haven't had one of those redirects since. I can only conclude that this activity had to be originating from my ISP DNS servers.
  22. Just hit this problem in Australia 17/02/2020. Running Windows 7 Professional, Firefox 73.0 (64bit), ESET Internet security 13.0.24.0 Secure browser shows "cannot be started.... Associated error 0x847695d7" I tried an ESET KB fix for this - basically to permanently disable secure Banking then restart then and reset secure banking to ON. Did not help the problem at all. My guess is this is a Windows 7 / firefox 73 combined problem as this whole thing does not occur on my Windows 10 system running ESET 13.0.24.0 and firefox 73. ozzi
  23. On my PC, as I said above, using Manjaro 18 XFCE 4.14, it only affected (that I have noticed) Chromium (as of version 79) and Firefox (this does not close, but generates processes called "IPC LAUNCH # 1 "that consume a lot of RAM, even when I close Firefox, these processes being active). For now I am considering whether to continue using NOD32 in Linux, because, 1 month ago I stopped using NOD32 and I noticed a lot of difference with the consumption of RAM when it is not installed. PC with 4 GB of RAM and 2 GB SWAP Stand-BY: With NOD32 (600mb) NO NO32 (390 mb) Chromium (more than 5 or more tabs open with videos) With NOD32 (2.5 GB to 3.5 GB and rarely up to 200 mb of swap) No NOD32 (1.0 GB to 1.8 GB) Firefox (same conditions as Chromium) With nod32: (3.0 GB to 4 GB and up to 1 GB of swap) Without NOD32: ( up to 2 GB and does not play the SWAP). In Windows 10 it consumes RAM but not so much, it is seen that they are more dedicated to this OS
  24. I just reanalyzed the Avast noted FireFox update.exe at VT and its 100% clean. Worse none of the cloud sandboxes; i.e. Hybrid-Analysis or Joe's Sandox, detect any abnormal behavior. What this bugger appears to be is a very old legit ver. of FireFox. Suspect it can be run in hidden mode to perform Internet activities and only God knows what else. Look in this registry key for any suspicious .exe's not installed by you; e.g.: HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Image File Execution Options\996E.exe
  25. The web site displays fine for me using latest FireFox version. See below screen shot. Since you reside in Taiwan, might be an issue with the DNS servers you are using or the like.
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