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I am running Ubuntu Desktop 19.10 (GNOME 3.34.2) and am having a strange problem with NOD32 184.108.40.206 (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.
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?
Hi, I have a big problem. ESET Endpoint Security since several day change my general.config.filename value to eset_security_config_overlay.js (Mozilla Firefox about: config). When i Edit this file (add personal values) i am not resolving my problem because if i run mozilla firefox once again, the file rollback to default value. I attached screen from Mozilla Firefox about config. Mozilla Firefox version ESR 60.8 x86 Eset Endpoint Security 220.127.116.11.0 Please help me, how can i turn off this settings or how can i change content this file.