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Eset for Windows? Thanks, but goodbye


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I am using eset nod32 for many years, recently installed on my tablet and smart phone, and installed on a recently installed windows 11 PC.

To my surprise, eset nod32 behaves aggressive if it comes up to "dangerous websites".

It blockes many sites, so many that is blockes innocent sites as well. This very hog believes that Windows defender's real time protection service is a trojan. After every update it notices that i have a "trojan" and offers to delete it.

So, thanks, but this hog is to aggressive on the desktop, and therefore i deleted it and start using Windows Defender.

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How do you know the sites are benign and were not compromised for instance? Please name a couple of them so that we can check why they are blocked.

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13 hours ago, Dice said:

I am using eset nod32 for many years, recently installed on my tablet and smart phone, and installed on a recently installed windows 11 PC.

To my surprise, eset nod32 behaves aggressive if it comes up to "dangerous websites".

It blockes many sites, so many that is blockes innocent sites as well. This very hog believes that Windows defender's real time protection service is a trojan. After every update it notices that i have a "trojan" and offers to delete it.

So, thanks, but this hog is to aggressive on the desktop, and therefore i deleted it and start using Windows Defender.

Like Marcos has mentioned, if a website is blocked there is normally a reason.

You could share the logs and stuff as I've never heard it detect windows defender as a Trojan either 

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