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hello

i have an IPMI system (allowing me to remotely access servers) which still uses jnlp files (java web start or something like that).

So, if i install ESET Smart Security, i can not download eny jnlp file! If i uninstall it - it works ok - i can download and use. If i install it - doesn't download a file.

I've tried disabling everything (except HIPS because it requires a restart) - no luck. How can i whitelist .jnlp files?

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Do you get an alert from ESET? If not, does temporarily disabling protocol filtering or pausing the firewall make a difference?

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no, i get no alert. disabling everything except HIPS also doesn't work as i've stated...

it's really weird

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Just to make sure, did you really disable this setting?

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this is what i get if i try to download with wget:

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4 minutes ago, Marcos said:

Just to make sure, did you really disable this setting?

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here are the screens:

 

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in which menu can i find your screenshot?

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1 hour ago, Marcos said:

Just to make sure, did you really disable this setting?

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I've found this setting in the "Advanced Setup"

(P.S. it is a bit misleading that have i turned all the knobs off there were still some active protections....)

Anyways, after i've disabled Protocol Filtering - only first 2169 bytes are being downloaded...

 

 

@itmanI fully acknowledge the security issue here. The JNLP file is accessed via HTTP, the rest is downloaded via HTTPS. Nevertheless, i think i should not uninstall ESET if i want to use my unsecure stuff, right?

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Does temporarily uninstalling EIS and installing ESET NOD32 Antivirus make a difference? With EAV installed, the only protection feature that might cause issues with http(s) communication is protocol filtering.

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