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  1. If you have configured FireFox for private mode browsing, the above setting is disabled by default. You can still save web site passwords manually by clicking on the key symbol in front of the web sites URL address.
  2. Hi again itman According to the "About" tab, it's Internet Security ver My preferred browser is Firefox, but I checked and Chrome will allow saving passwords, so I think I need to ask the Mozilla folks. Thanks, itman - you got me on the right track again!
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. Make sure that you are using a supported browser. Try it with Chrome and Firefox. On my mobile phone the website you sent me through a PM was blocked by ESET Mobile Security. Make sure that this test page is blocked: https://www.amtso.org/check-desktop-phishing-page/
  7. Tried 2 other browsers besides Firefox, where I normally run it, same issue. I cannot add a scheduled custom task to any existing policy, without it defaulting name to Automatic update after dial-up connection, which is greyed out. ESET Security Management Center (Server), Version 7.1 (7.1.717.0) ESET Security Management Center (Web Console), Version 7.1 (7.1.393.0) Copyright (c) 1992-2019 ESET, spol. s r.o. All Rights Reserved. Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Standard (64-bit), Version 10.0.14393.3750 Connected Clients: 162 Active Licenses: 1 Installed Components: Update module 1021 (20200218) Translation support module 1805 (20200619) SysInspector module 1278 (20200609) SSL module 1048 (20200608) Push Notification Service module 1061 (20200402) Configuration module 1822.3 (20200122)
  8. 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
  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. 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
  12. @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.
  13. 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.
  14. Maybe not. Below is what I received in FireFox when accessing Eset's listed business partner in Romania:
  15. Also a FYI here. My version of FireFox just recently updated to ver. 75 which confirms my suspicion that the issue was originally FireFox related. Most likely: So if any FireFox users of Eset still have issues with your web site, tell them to upgrade FireFox.
  16. Interesting. I tried to add the URL as an Eset allowed address to Web Access scanning and it still hung up on access. Event log entries below: Time;URL;Status;Application;User;IP address;SHA1 4/7/2020 11:45:36 AM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;2620:1ec:bdf::10;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 4/7/2020 11:45:38 AM;https://web-board.budgetbakers.com/environment.cfg;Allowed;C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe;XXX\XXX;2620:1ec:bdf::10;A846AB501566E41A396241BA20FF777D4AFAFA11 Appears when Eset got to the environment.cfg area is where it hung. Also what the issue is lies in Eset SSL/TLS protocol scanning perhaps.
  17. 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
  18. 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.
  19. 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
  20. I'm using Eset PW MA ager a d is pretty much integrated with browsers. It realizes when password is required and seemlessly fills it in in most cases. (Icewarp email online app it doesn't fill in account) That does not seem to be the case with Android 9 on a Galaxy TB S3 (SM-T820) Seems I have to open manager, click on user icon and copy/paste account info. THEN I have to click on lock icon and copy/paste password. (Then you get unsecure password in clipboard message) Is there some setting that will give a Windows like experience in Android? I've added the PW manager extension in both Firefox (v68. 9.0) and Chrome (v83.0.4103.101)
  21. I get a lot of these messages on startup. I do not see explorer in the Startup list in Task Manager. I also get a fair number of HIPS entries about self-defense and access to eset files. I recently changed from MS Edge to Firefox in the Banking & Payment Protection feature. Eset is not showing any alerts. Is this anything to worry about? Sample messages from HIPS: 2020-06-07 5:25:21 PM;C:\Windows\explorer.exe;Modify startup settings;HKEY_USERS\S-1-5-21-136920658-3447232488-3887249229-1001\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnce\Application Restart #24;allowed;Automatic mode; 2020-06-07 5:24:13 PM;C:\Windows\System32\csrss.exe;Get access to another application;C:\Program Files\ESET\ESET NOD32 Antivirus\ekrn.exe;blocked;Self-Defense: Protect ekrn and egui processes;Terminate/suspend another application
  22. The issue is related to Chrome as well and I reproduced the issue in Virtualbox with Nod32 trial and fresh installation of Chrome and Firefox. I see in Chrome and Firefox that the certificate is valid but it is wrong certificate. But even in case of wrong/invalid certificate Nod32 should not silently modify resources. Nod32 should keep it as is and delegate validity check to a browser or display some warning, right?
  23. Below is a screen shot from FireFox. Yes, one of the scripts shows garbage characters at the end. However, the script Firefox is throwing an error on does not.
  24. Looks like the problem has been fixed in FireFox:
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