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  1. 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
  2. Thanks for the info will look into it. Used to use firefox years ago but started having problems but think it was the PC I had at the time being too old. I've user chrome ever since and I do like how it syncs with android devices. However being Google theres always the concern of what they are collecting. I do have the new chromium based edge to but haven't really used it. I have also heard good things from Opera which even has a built in VPN
  3. Restored to Firefox 73. Tried ESET's pre-release update and no go... Will wait for Firefox new release.
  4. Doesn't work for me. I can readily restore my normal profile and that works fine but ESET appears to create another shadow profile which it uses for secure banking, indexed from the normal profile. Without updating restoring that to the pre Firefox upgrade version, Firefox objects each time I run secure banking and insists on creating a new profile
  5. Below is an example of how DNS monitoring is always present by your ISP. Now it is possible that Firefox DoH - Cloudflare servers fell back to DoT:
  6. Most issues with FireFox posted to date in regards to Eset have traced backed to a corrupted FireFox profile. And some were "real doozie's" to diagnose.
  7. We didn't find any issue with our code. In fact, reading the changelog for Firefox 73.0.1 showed that they fixed a couple of bugs some of which caused issues with BPP as well.
  8. I did find a workaround in FireFox though. Right mouse click on Google search result link. Then select either Open Link in New Tab or Window will produce the Eset PUA alert. Really not a practical solution.
  9. Yep Fixed my system too. Although to be fair I have not retested ESET with Firefox v73.0 t see it ESET have fixed it at their end.
  10. Hello I hope this is the correct place to post this query. I have sent messages to ESET support International and no one has replied yet. I have been a customer of ESET for more than 10 years and am extremely computer literate. Each year I have successfully renewed ESET using the Australian web portal, however at the moment all links to RENEW my ESET license via the Australian website DO NOT work right now. The link to renew inside the ESET GUI is also not working. Steps to replicate problem. Please note my I.P. is based in Australia, as I believe this may be part of the problem. 1. Go to this link: https://www.eset.com/au/support/existing-customers/ 2. Press Renew button 3. A re-direct then goes to this link: https://go.eset.com/renew/?_ga=2.268813942.684404668.1581554792-672009164.1581554792 4. Then it re-directs again and finally ends up here: https://www.eset.com/store/ On this page it reports a re-direct error and suggests to "Try clearing your cookies". I then clear my cookies, but this does not change a thing. 5. I have tried Google Chrome, Firefox, IE, Edge and Opera - all web browsers suffer from the same error. I managed to send a message to the Australian Support email address and they asked me to phone them to process my order. When I explained to them there was a problem with the AU website, they said "yeah we know about the problem, but don't know how to fix it" !!! When I asked if they had reported this to ESET headquarters, they had no interest in pursuing the matter any further. I can't believe they don't care about the website not working !? Does ESET International realize there is a problem with the Australian website ? My guess is that they must be loosing some customers because of this problem. Can someone please investigate this problem OR tell me who I can send a message to, to get it fixed ? I have uploaded some screen shots to show the problem. Regards Derek
  11. @itman I can confirm all your findings. Tested on Edge-Chromium, Firefox and Internet Explorer.
  12. Yes it seems that you get redirected to another servers while surfing this forum , you get redirected to some other servers owned by Invision , which can be blocked for some reasons , Firefox sometimes block it with BAD SIGNATURE error , and also the Fortinet
  13. Firefox is now loading the banking protection service again since the minor update 73.0.1 x 64 bit Win 7
  14. OK! https://www.wilderssecurity.com/threads/new-firefox-browser-version-released.361562/page-107 https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/73.0/releasenotes/ Thanks...
  15. I see, you were referring to Firefox so I guess v74 is still beta but I was referring to ESET's pre-release update channel.
  16. OK! It says Firefox 74.0b4 (64-bitars) so I wrongly thought is was beta. Anyway thanks for the suggestion to use the pre-release! Best regards, elle
  17. I will also note that my Eset forum issues are more pronounced after switching to DoH in FireFox. So it appears that whatever you are experiencing is DNS related.
  18. In Manjaro 18.1.5 (kernel 5.4.12-1 and 4.19.96.1, XFCE 4.14.3), not only chromium 79 is affected but also firefox 72. In chromium 79 it closes at approximately 10-15 seconds, unless we deactivate the sandbox. In firefox 72 a process called IPC LAUNCH # 1 appears, which does not close when closing firefox, consuming a lot of RAM, because several of these processes are generated at the same time. En Manjaro 18.1.5(kernel 5.4.12-1 y 4.19.96.1, XFCE 4.14.3),no solamente se ve afectado chromium 79 sino tambien firefox 72. En chromium 79 se cierra aproximadamente a los 10-15 segundos, salvo que, desactivemos la sandbox. En firefox 72 aparece un proceso llamado IPC LAUNCH #1, el cual no se cierra al cerrar firefox, consumiendo mucha RAM, porque se generan varios de estos procesos al mismo tiempo.
  19. I have opposite problem, Firefox safe banking is working but Microsoft edge has stopped working since yesterday.
  20. As far as accessing the security status of Adguard DNS servers, I suggest you run this test: https://www.grc.com/dns/dns.htm Note that since this test is browser based if you are using FireFox with the default DoH setting enabled, this test will be against whatever DNS server set up in FireFox. By default, FireFox uses Cloudflare DNS servers for DoH.
  21. Hi Marcos, thanks for your prompt reply. unfortunately, I still recieve the same message, even on my office computer. I also tried with several browsers like Chrome, Firefox and Edge (Chromium).
  22. I have bought USB keys for Google on Amazon. There are one key USB and one advance Blutooth key. Blutooth has battery? How long it works? I can't register it. Next I see, I must have Chrome Browser, whereas I have Firefox. Firefox will handle it in near future? If I would register keys, I will have problems if Google not recognize keys or lost keys or battery off?
  23. Chrome and FireFox use their own root CA stores to validate SSL/TLS communication. Eset copies its root CA certificate into those stores when it is installed. Edge and IE11 use the Win root CA store to validate SSL/TLS communication. If there was an issue in regards to Eset root CA certificate use, all HTTPS sites would have issues. Additionally when an Eset root CA certificate use issue manifest, the browser usually gives a notification in regards to a certificate issue. Are you receiving such browser alerts on these websites? If so, please post a screen shot of the alert being displayed.
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