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Hello,

By using System Monitor or kill command , it's possible to kill the process without sudo permissions and ESET doesn't try to protect itself

I know it might be because of v4 and legacy product but I believe this is important a bit.

I believe it's not built at all in this version , but still it's bad..

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On 6/18/2020 at 12:06 PM, Marcos said:

On Linux we don't use self-defense, only on Windows.

Yeah that's bad , I would appreciate it if there is news about App-Armor compatibility

Manually or with a script you could just close the program and disable it.

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Linux root user is a super god lol you can not protect root against root, Nod32 for linux is already not well implemented with its ldpreload system, just keep the system as it is don't make it worst. 

A better implementation would have been a kernel module, but as I guess that Eset is not investing a lot on its linux version (man power etc.) so just keep it as it is because it works, if you already have trouble developing a bug free version with ldpreload, i don't even image how it would be with a kernel module... 

Any way it's still a good product and does the job. so...    

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