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Banking & Payment browser switch with 13.2.14.0 update!

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Installed the latest update as per the Eset notification last night and have since found out that this version has switched my Banking protection default browser from Firefox to Internet Explorer.  Since I've updated to Windows 10 from the very beginning I have never used IE since!  How can I switch back to my Default Firefox browser?

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Banking and payment protection uses the default system browser as a secure browser for Banking and payment protection. Do you have Firefox set as the default browser? Couldn't it be that you have Edge set as the default one?

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Confirmed. My default browser is FireFox.

If I run B&PP from the desktop icon, it opens IE11. However if I select for example my banking web site from FireFox, it will open B&PP using FireFox.

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Itman is correct. The desktop icon opens IE11 and Firefox browser web site selection opens Firefox B&PP.

 

 

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It's some type of crypto error B&PP is throwing every time its accessed from the desktop:

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IE seems to open only after upgrade from an older version. After a clean install of v13.2 Firefox was opened. Will check it out with devs.

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The issue has been fixed. A new Banking and payment protection module 1190 with the fix is now available on pre-release update servers.

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