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ESET generating too many Audit failures in Event Viewer

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I've noticed after interval of every few seconds "Audit Failure" is been logged in Event viewer there are over 10k+ logs of same error which are triggered by ekrn.exe and few of them by svchost.exe.

How do i fix this issue?

Thanks.

 

 

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Have you created any custom Eset firewall rules?

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No and my hacker is in .y phone right now. I'm sorry he's using an active user code in my att modem. He's also using my wifi

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8 minutes ago, imadeal said:

No and my hacker is in .y phone right now. I'm sorry he's using an active user code in my att modem. He's also using my wifi

Are you saying someone is hacking your network? Have you ran the scan on eset to check your network is secure 

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Yes I hit every button I could and I've got them but it's wanting me to email them

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1 hour ago, imadeal said:

No and my hacker is in .y phone right now. I'm sorry he's using an active user code in my att modem. He's also using my wifi

You hijacked an existing thread created by someone else.

Start a new posting and describe preciously what issues you are having.

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9 hours ago, itman said:

Have you created any custom Eset firewall rules?

None except adding  "192.168.88.0/24,255.255.255.0" to trusted zone all settings are default.

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7 hours ago, duckMan said:

None except adding  "192.168.88.0/24,255.255.255.0" to trusted zone all settings are default.

Use 192.168.88.0/24 only in the Trusted Zone and see if that resolves the issue.

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15 hours ago, itman said:

You hijacked an existing thread created by someone else.

Start a new posting and describe preciously what issues you are having.

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Imadeal.

You would be better creating a new post, instead of breaking the flow of this post.

Also you still have not exactly described the issue.

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