Dmitry228 1 Posted May 1 Share Posted May 1 Hi! Why doesn't ESET have a function to close unknown blocker programs (like WinLocker) that have not been detected by ESET as malicious, but still block the user's screen and prevent using the computer, using a special key combination? Kaspersky has such a feature, which when you press such a special key combination (its default is "CTRL + Shift + ALT + F4"), automatically finds the blocker program, terminates its process and moves the program to quarantine. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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