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ESET's keyboard shortcut protection against screen blockers

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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.

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As far as I know, such LockScreens were popular years ago but they are not common nowadays at all. Moreover, users would have to know the key combination so it would not help typical home users much.

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