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yesterday I reported that ESET Endpoint -- my employer's antivirus of choice -- is not only insecure, since it doesn't protect from RCE vulnerabilities, but creates an illusion of safety by logging the threat as cleaned up by deleting and "isolated". I'm a little surprized to not see any response from ESET, so posting here now in case my selection of the section to post was wrong, and since among other things I would really like to clarify: 


considering that the software can't deal properly even with a worm from 2008, is ESET Endpoint's lack of RCE protection intentional (by design) and won't be fixed? Or will it? Please clarify, thanks. 
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