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  1. Hello, my Eset Internet Security shows an alert when i had entered a apparently bad maintained website. It identified a "JS/Spy.Agent.Z Trojan" and blocked the internetaccess for my browser. My Question is if Eset blocked the trojan before it got access to my pc or blocked the trojan's trial to communicate from my PC to outside. I don't have a english Eset version but i tried to translate what is displayed in the Eset Log: Time: ... Scanner: JavaScript-Scanner Objecttyp: File Object: https://...net Detection: JS/Spy.Agent.Z Trojaner Action: blocked User: ... Information: "A event occurred as the following application tried to access to the internet: \Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe" Hash: ... First seen here: this line was blank The entry at the "Information" line seems that the trojan can be on my PC but a full scan with Eset can't find anything. Malwarebytes can't finde anything too. Booth were up to date before i started the scans. My Browser is FF (up to date) and I use the extensions Ghostery and Adblock Plus. In the past i used NoScript too. Maybe it could have helpful/assist to prevent the trojan. regards
  2. Confirmed. My default browser is FireFox. If I run B&PP from the desktop icon, it opens IE11. However if I select for example my banking web site from FireFox, it will open B&PP using FireFox.
  3. According to https://help.eset.com/password_manager/2/en-US/supported_browsers.html: The latest version of ESET Password Manager supports the following web browsers and applications: •Microsoft Internet Explorer •Microsoft Edge (based on Chromium) •Mozilla Firefox •Google Chrome •Chromium •Comodo Dragon •Opera •Safari •Seamonkey •Yandex •Comodo Dragon •Pale Moon •Qualcomm Eudora
  4. Installed the latest update as per the Eset notification last night and have since found out that this version has switched my Banking protection default browser from Firefox to Internet Explorer. Since I've updated to Windows 10 from the very beginning I have never used IE since! How can I switch back to my Default Firefox browser?
  5. When I load Firefox when Eset Smart Security my passwords & bookmarks disappear except that which stored in secure browser, can anyone help me?
  6. Itman is correct. The desktop icon opens IE11 and Firefox browser web site selection opens Firefox B&PP.
  7. I am finding that Firefox 74.0 64bit (& some earlier versions too), do not recognise the certificate issued by ESET & this seems to cause broken websites in, e.g. the BBC Channels & pages domain. I wondered whether others are having this problem, and whether ESET has submitted its certificates to Mozilla yet. BBC.com etc., usually hides images in particular, but also video links. I have granted the websites all the necessary permissions, but I get "Connection verified by a certificate issuer that is not recognised by Mozilla." Any ideas?
  8. Might be Chrome or Edge Chromium, don't know which one is being used, issue. There is a lot of "iffy" stuff on the Oxford web site. Ublock Origin in FireFox blocks 21 entities on the home page alone. This might be a case of Chrome built-in internal protections blocking the JavaScript noted. Try FireFox and see if these issues persist. I have no issues on the Oxford web site using FireFox.
  9. IE seems to open only after upgrade from an older version. After a clean install of v13.2 Firefox was opened. Will check it out with devs.
  10. Banking and payment protection uses the default system browser as a secure browser for Banking and payment protection. Do you have Firefox set as the default browser? Couldn't it be that you have Edge set as the default one?
  11. What I was referring to was issuing IE11 as default browser and manually opening up FireFox, etc., for normal browsing activities. I ran this way for sometime until totally ditching IE11 and switching my default browser to FireFox.
  12. This is usually accomplished the reverse of what you are doing. In Win, the default browser would be set to IE11. The advantage of this is if your browsing in FF and then land on an Eset whitelisted banking site for example, Eset would auto open that site in IE11 using Banking and Payment Protection. BTW - no one including Microsoft recommends using IE11 for anything anymore. Also as far as FireFox goes, Eset creates a separate profile used only for Banking and Payment Protection. The profile FireFox uses for non-Banking and Payment Protection browsing activities is not used.
  13. Description: Non-default browser for Banking and Payment protection Detail: It would be nice if we could set non-default browser to be used for banking protection when secure browser is run from main screen or using desktop shortcut. I use Firefox for day-to-day browsing (it's set as default) and Internet explorer for online banking and similar. I can launch protected IE if I navigate to banking website from within IE and then switch to secure browser when asked. If I launch secure browser from desktop it will always launch Firefox and as it seems that there is no option to set non-default browser to be used as secure browser.
  14. After I updated Firefox from ver 75.0 to 76.0, I get the error 'Secure connection failed' when I attempt to access at least one of my banking sites. It was working fine before the update, and immediately after the update it was broken. I did another check for updates on ESET, but there weren't any new ones since earlier today. Hopefully, this will be fixed in the next ESET update, or perhaps a Firefox update. Ultrarunner
  15. @Marcos F5 doesn't work. @itman I've tried it in a fresh Windows 10 VM on these different browsers: Firefox 77.0.1 Chrome 83.0.4103.116 Edge 83.0.478.56 In all tests, before installing ESET Smart Security, the sites were presenting no problems, after installing (and waiting for Web Access Control to finish loading), the JavaScript files started coming scrambled accross all browsers, and after uninstalling ESET, it all went back to normal. Another symptom in https://www.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com, besides the lack of dictionary change option, is that the search bar doesn't really work when this issue occurs.
  16. Hm, I don't know how many people actually use IE as default browser. If so, they would also use it for browsing so there would be no separation of browsers. Regarding IE - I just prefer to use it that way. Bank uses personal certificate for identification and I imported it to Windows certificate store and it's not accessible by Firefox. So using IE jthat way makes sense to me. I've had option to select which browser will be protected in previous AV solution so I thought I'll give a suggestion here.
  17. The extra character issue withstanding, there is something weird going on with this web site. Prior to the latest FireFox release correcting the problem, I was logging activity on the web via Web Access allowed URL list feature. Normally I see one entry in the Web Access Event log per attempted URL access. Such is not the case with this web site. Below are the log entries created till I manually disconnected from the web site. It appears each object on this web site is set up as a separate URL entry as best as I can explain it: Time;URL;Status;Application;User;IP address;SHA1 4/7/2020 1:39:33 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 1:39:33 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/board-4ef326c940f272415377.css;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 1:39:34 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/2.board-50eb0af0bb3895019f61.js;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 1:39:34 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/14.board-096f312803bc04993286.js;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 1:39:34 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/board-d9ddbec8016d52c7c461.js;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 1:39:34 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/environment.cfg;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 1:39:34 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/assets/apple-touch-icon-1024x1024.png;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 1:39:34 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/assets/favicon-32x32.png;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 1:39:35 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/7.board-a30149ad6f1fa52fc5b9.js;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 1:39:35 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/6.board-5991e97616a5fcf95475.js;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 1:39:35 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/3.board-669dedc0633412a24830.js;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 1:39:35 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/15.board-855c22dd6a9608507526.js;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 1:39:35 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/0.board-5e985e9eeb415d783dcb.css;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 1:39:35 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/0.board-6c40f5363ffa9c095bbd.js;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 1:39:35 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/1.board-c912d467d84224f020ab.css;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 1:39:35 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/1.board-32ed7232b4112294c17e.js;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 1:39:35 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/16.board-ad367b65ed0f61790092.css;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 1:39:35 PM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/16.board-9b39aa77b24b411f74c3.js;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11
  18. So I had to reinstall firefox today. I have noticed that the certificate is not put into firefox authorites certificates!! Did that change? I did follow these steps In Firefox, type 'about:config' in the address bar If prompted, accept any warnings Right-click to create a new boolean value, and enter 'security.enterprise_roots.enabled' as the Name Set the value to 'true' When I go to one of my sites it says you are securely connected to this site by eset. So even though I don't see the eset certificate in firefox certificate store I'm still being protected right?
  19. Maybe not. Below is what I received in FireFox when accessing Eset's listed business partner in Romania:
  20. For those that insist on still downloading cracked software after all that has been posted in this thread, I have been doing my own recent research in that area. Don't be surprised if you can't download the cracked software anymore. Appears Eset is blacklisting a number of servers hosting these cracked downloads. Kudos to Eset in this regard. For example; Time;URL;Status;Application;User;IP address;SHA1 6/8/2020 3:24:54 PM;https://d5qkj7n97c2ot.cloudfront.net;Blocked by internal blacklist;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;xxxxx\xxxxx;;6A7CC00B6CED44FA2843D1AD1F635C7527FF7A61
  21. Sorry! The Apps section in Firefox Options WITHIN BPP had somehow changed to "ASK" for Portable Document Folder format (it Did NOT ask); The Main FF Options I first chk'd was correct; I changed my BPP window TO my PDF X-Change App -- and Merrill & Regions loaded PDF statements. With so many Security add-ons and settings to check you need a team for home computers now. =============================== EDIT to Itman's Replies below: I won't bump other Threads for this BUT I later found multi-Dnloaded Statement Files on my Desktop when prior experiences had me seeing the data IN the open page first - then SAVE AS - No Dnload. I Just did Not see / expect the dnloads ........... AND, he's right about not knowing / forgetting that you must make FF Options Choices in BOTH the Regular AND BPP Profiles. ======================================================================== Last attempted (succeeded) in March, Today -- In FIREFOX -- I could not load Merrill Lynch -- (.aspx) -- Statement pages (large Blank page usually populated with data) OR -- See -- PDF Regions Bank Statement pages to Save. Firefox Test Profile (no addons, etc) with BPP failed; EDGE succeeded WITH BPP. HOW do you Troubleshoot such a dilemma? (ie) -- is there any Data I can tell them to assist better with a Security Feature that they don't author?
  22. Note: This issue was patched in Firefox ver. 76. If your version is prior to this, you need to update ASAP. https://googleprojectzero.blogspot.com/2020/06/ff-sandbox-escape-cve-2020-12388.html
  23. Additional strange forum posting behavior is when I try to edit one of posts where the Invalid_URL appears, upon saving that posting the entire posting is deleted. If I then hit FireFox's refresh icon, the original posting reappears. Also if I try to delete the attached screen shot via trash can option, the attachment magically reappears upon further editing of the posting.
  24. I got the same alert when downloading from Flash installer popup. But when manually choosing version the problem didn't occur. Windows 7 FP 32 for Firefox - NPAPI Results in downloading: `flashplayer32_xa_install.exe` -- this is OK The problem was for `flashplayer32au_a_install.exe`. Direct URL for that file: flashplayer32au_a_install.exe
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