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No Green Border or 'Protected by ESET' for Banking & Payment Protection


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I am going back to the OP here because I think that the latest BPP module update resolves this issue (the green border showing in Windows 10 after restart). 

 

RELEASE: Banking & payment protection module 1065

 

Changelog:

-Do not redirect url to Secured Browser if referer was not redirected

-Fixed issue with "Protected Browser Green Frame" after Fast Startup on Windows 10

 

 

It seem that regular updates still have the module on 1063... will 1065 come to the regular update channel soon or do I need to switch to pre-release (ideally not as the machines need to be stable)?

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Hi,

 

since today, the manually added by me Bank pages are no longer open in safe mode. Bank pages that have been automatically detected by ESET will continue to open in safe mode.

Yesterday it worked even with all Bank pages.
 
ESET 9.0.377.1
Banking & payment protection module:1066
 
Greetings
Christian

 

Edit: Start new topic: Secure Browser does not automatically start with manually added pages

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Hi

Three days ago with ESS 9.0.377.1 and BPP module 1066 everything was ok.

I update ESS to 9.0.381.1 and i have module 1063 and its not working again.

Is this normal?

 

OK!

I have module 1066 again and its working fine.

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I am going back to the OP here because I think that the latest BPP module update resolves this issue (the green border showing in Windows 10 after restart).

Yes, the green border and 'Protected by ESET' issues is resolved.

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