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Google chrome Version 59.0.3071.86 (64-bit)  no longer automatically protects banking it does manually work though. just notifying you to pass on to eset

Windows 10 Home 64bit version 1703 Build 15063.332

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One more thing - eOPPFrame.exe process is still running in background after I quit ESET safe browser, PC restart resolves that issue but it's very weird behavior...

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5 hours ago, caleb59 said:

One more thing - eOPPFrame.exe process is still running in background after I quit ESET safe browser, PC restart resolves that issue but it's very weird behavior...

You didn't state what ver. of Eset you are using. In Win 10 for ver. 10,  eOPPFrame.exe process runs as a child process under the Eset kernel, ekrn.exe. Once the program is started, it will remain running for the entire logon session. This is by design.

Eset's self-protection mechanisms prevent this process from being modified.

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Well I didn't know about that, I'm using EIS 10.1.210.2 and Windows 10...

If you're right then looks like it works like it should, thanks for your info!

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still having problems with banking protection using version 10.1.210.0,Chrome 59.0.3071.115 (Official Build) (64-bit) And win 10 1703 (15063.447)

list of current modules normal release updates as follows 

Virus signature database: 15689 (20170704)
Rapid Response module: 10318 (20170704)
Update module: 1010 (20170621)
Antivirus and antispyware scanner module: 1522.1 (20170621)
Advanced heuristics module: 1176 (20170217)
Archive support module: 1265 (20170623)
Cleaner module: 1135 (20170505)
Anti-Stealth support module: 1113 (20170530)
Firewall module: 1357.1 (20170529)
ESET SysInspector module: 1269 (20170321)
Translation support module: 1607 (20170605)
HIPS support module: 1286 (20170606)
Internet protection module: 1309 (20170613)
Web content filter module: 1052 (20160620)
Advanced antispam module: 5781 (20170703)
Database module: 1090 (20170522)
Configuration module (33): 1483.3 (20170413)
LiveGrid communication module: 1022 (20160401)
Specialized cleaner module: 1012 (20160405)
Banking & payment protection module: 1107 (20170628)
Rootkit detection and cleaning module: 1018 (20170601)
Network protection module: 1480 (20170704)
Router vulnerability scanner module: 1037 (20170419)
Script scanner module: 1018 (20170616)
Home Network Protection module: 1014 (20170531)
Cryptographic protocol support module: 1018 (20170613)

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2 hours ago, dom1da said:

this only happens with Paypal website other banking sites work. Paypal is not automaticaly protected 

https://www.paypal.com/gb/home

Same for IE11.

Just manually add the site to Online Payment Protection. Once done, every access to the web site will result in OPP opening it.

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sadly adding it does not help still does not work any idea's? other than manually opening OPP and navigating to Paypal which does work. 

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43 minutes ago, dom1da said:

sadly adding it does not help still does not work any idea's? other than manually opening OPP and navigating to Paypal which does work. 

Your right. Doesn't work also in IE11 after adding the web site manually to OPP.

Must be something about the PayPal web site Eset OPP doesn't like. I also tried https://www.paypal.com/gb/home which is the U.S site and the same.

Will let Eset handle this one.

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Thank you  itman I also tested latest Firefox and same problem occurred with PayPal. Hopefully someone from ESET will look in to this.

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