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We don't publish hashes of installers. However, if you tell me the SHA1 hash of which installer you need to know, I'll calculate it for you.

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20 hours ago, Marcos said:

We don't publish hashes of installers. However, if you tell me the SHA1 hash of which installer you need to know, I'll calculate it for you.

just confirm me for these installers

ESET Endpoint Antivirus 7.1.2053.0

eea_nt32.msi  SHA1: 6EF1D456077E91FB14C8FF37105F1F6F9DEB2264

eea_nt64.msi  SHA1: 893D7B66DD7DF4CAF20E1234330CC27617008C5A

 

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I confirm that SHA1 hashes match.

Please clarify why you are inquiring about v7.1 installers. Are you going to upgrade to the latest v7.3.2041 soon?

 

 

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I have a few old Windows Vista computers on the LAN, with EAV 7.0 installed. Recently, they have a warning "Your product is outdated" and when I try to upgrade via ESMC, it offers me v7.1. I don't know if EAV 7.3.2041.0 will work on Windows Vista?

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Unfortunately Windows Vista does not support SHA-2 code signing. Microsoft didn't release an update for this OS that would add SHA-2 support. As a result, you won't be able to use any newer version of Endpoint than v6.5 which will stay in the phase of limited support until Feb 2022. Limited support means that only module updates will be guaranteed.

https://support-eol.eset.com/en/affected.html

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