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Krzysztof.Wawro

ESET mozilla firefox general.config

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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 7.2.20.55.0

Please help me, how can i turn off this settings or how can i change content this file.

about_config.thumb.JPG.f15cdb315290afe1be1b7510d8f2cf67.JPG

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You can disabling adding the root certificate to known browsers once it has been added as shown below:

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Hi.

Thank You very much. It is posible to delete this certificat via esmc ? Certificate still is default value on mozilla firefox.

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Any reason why you would you need to remove the root certificate? Disabling SSL filtering should do it but doing so will expose your computer at risk since SSL communication will not be scanned and possible malware on https websites may not be detected. My understanding was that you just wanted to prevent eset_security_config_overlay.js from being created.

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yes, i want to prevent created eset_security_config_overlay.js on mozilla general.config value because i have personal *.js file. If i delete files eset_security_config_overlay.js  from C:\Program File (x86)\Mozilla Firefox and C:\Program File (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\default\pref and turn off "add the root certyficate to known browser" i resolving my problem because in about:config (general.config.filename) i have value with my personal *.js file

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As I wrote, disabling the option to add the root certificate will solve the issue with creation of eset_security_config_overlay.js. However, you'll need to import the root certificate to the system trusted CA store and to Mozilla's trusted CA store manually or via a group policy or by some other means in order for SSL scanning to work.

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yes, i understand. I do this. Now i need to delete eset_security_config_overlay.js from C:\Program File (x86)\Mozilla Firefox and C:\Program File (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\default\pref because these are still are default. It is possible to doing this via ESMC ?

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Turning off that option without disabling SSL scanning would result in SSL communication issues since ESET's root certificate would not be trusted.

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As of Internet protection module 1385, you will be able to use custom config js files without issues even with the option to add the root certificate to known browsers enabled.

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8 hours ago, Krzysztof.Wawro said:

hi,

Thanks. Currentlly I have Internet protection module 1381. When 1385 will be available ?

Should be available on the pre-release update channel soon.

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