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EIS firewall question

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Hello,

Sorry for my English, I'm French speaking.

I use EIS 12.2.30.0, in the firewall's default rules,

I have a rule that is not checked. This is "allow verification for egui". Why is this the only rule whose box is not ticked please?

Is this normal?

Thank you.

Edited by n0zkl3r

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That particular rule is checked in my installation. Seeing as it's a built in rule, I'd expect it to be checked by default.

Edit: I just reset all rules to default and that rule is definitely checked.

Edited by stackz

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On 10/5/2019 at 6:36 PM, n0zkl3r said:

I have a rule that is not checked. This is "allow verification for egui". Why is this the only rule whose box is not ticked please?

For some odd and unknown reason, the Eset firewall will often throw an alert about an insecure firewall rule in reference to the built-in equi rule. It usually occurs after an in-place Eset upgrade to a new version. You possibly answered one of those alerts as a block action which resulted in the rule being disabled.

What appears to be triggering this activity is Eset's Application Modification detection which is only applicable if the firewall is set to Interactive mode. Bottom line - this activity appears to be a long running bug in Eset firewall processing.

Edited by itman

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