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After an update to v10.1.2.219.0 on an up-to-date windows 10 installation, I get the message Banking and Payment protection Non-functional. I have tried the instructions on hxxp://help.eset.com/ess/10/en-US/?idh_page_settings_security_tools.htm "Advanced setup" but there is no"banking and payment protection" in "tools".

I would be grateful for any tips that allows me to progress on this issue.

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1 hour ago, hprc2002 said:

It has started working after a second restart of the PC.

 

Often times another reboot will fix many ills (but not all;)).

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I had to go into Setup/SecurityTools/Banking&Payment and Disable Permanently then Enable it back again.

Programming blunder:

Why it says Permanently I will never understand that logic, it only need's to say Disable and not worry you that you will never be able to use it again lol.

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Just noticed that it's not working "again" 

Last time it didn't work was because of an google chrome update. Maybe it's the same, but i have rebooted 3 times and also tried to disable and re-enable banking and payment protection. With no luck. 

Also tried to remove the list of known adresses of payment sites.  

Using Google Chrome Version 61.0.3163.91 -64bit 

And ESET Smart Security Version 10.1.219.1

 

Is it something ESET Staff could look into ? Thanks

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1 minute ago, Marcos said:

Support for Chrome 61 was added in v10.1.220 which has not been released yet.

When will it be released aprox.? 

Is Chrome 61 new? Because it has been working fine until today..

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On 20/9/2017 at 3:38 AM, Marcos said:

Support for Chrome 61 was added in v10.1.220 which has not been released yet.

Any info on release date? 

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