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Do ESET Solutions take advantage of Hardware Based Security Modules pre-existing in Systems?


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Been Using ESET for past 7 Years, And I am thankful to this community for creating such a wonderful product. 

 

But Sometimes I wonder is ESET capable of using hardware based security features like Windows Defender does? Or take advantage of the existing modules to make it work better

 

attaching some Snapshots of Windows Defender for better understanding

 

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TPM is used by ESET Full Disk Encryption. Memory integrity protection is leveraged if Protected service is enabled in the HIPS setup (enabled by default). As for core isolation, I understand it as more of an OS feature than something that requires special support from AV vendors.

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3 minutes ago, Marcos said:

Disk encryption is also included with ESET Smart Security Premium for home users.

Apart from Encryption, in what use cases TPM is necessary

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