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I would like to create a rules to block ccleaner connection but when I go to Firewall Rules - Add Rule - Local - Application, I cannot add the application because it does not appear on ESET Windows. This problem occur after  update to version 15.0.16.0. The same problem also occur with hips rule editor.

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I see the problem, however, I can't reproduce it neither with the release nor pre-release update channel selected.

Entering a full path to the file should work around the issue.

Please provide logs collected with ESET Log Collector so that I can check the version of modules that you have.

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38 minutes ago, Kucing Hitam said:

I would like to create a rules to block ccleaner connection but when I go to Firewall Rules - Add Rule - Local - Application, I cannot add the application because it does not appear on ESET Windows. This problem occur after  update to version 15.0.16.0. The same problem also occur with hips rule editor.

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Is this just for ccleaner or does this occur if trying to add another .exe

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6 minutes ago, peteyt said:

Is this just for ccleaner or does this occur if trying to add another .exe

The file type is wrong so it affects the listing of any folder. A weird thing is that I can't reproduce it neither with release nor pre-release module updates.

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maybe a stupid idea: can you try to work around this by blocking cc in Windows firewall ?

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As I wrote, it's easy to work around it by entering or copying & pasting the complete path to an executable. Does somebody else have an incorrect type filter with "<b>" in the rule editor? I can't seem to reproduce it.

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