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How can BPP Protected Website list be exported and imported.


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Wanted to export Banking and Payment Protection, BBP, Protected websites list to another computer and also for backup.

 

I opened regular settings export which is in .xml and did not see it there. 

 

My list is long because I manually added  all sites I regularly make bank payments to, not just banks, but utilities, insurance, credit agencies, anyone with auto-pay on my bank accounts.

 

Best I could figure would be to individually copy each line because page copy does not work except for Print Screen.

 

Anyone know if there is .dat or .xml file hidden somewhere? Looked through AppData, ProgramData and Program files and exported settings file already. Did I miss it?

 

ProgramData/ESET/ESET Smart Security/local.db  was only file I found that updated same-time I added new address. But that file is in constant use. Plus my database browser would not open it. 

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Search for the following in an exported config. xml:

   <ITEM NAME="01000003">
    <ITEM NAME="settings">
     <NODE NAME="enabled" TYPE="number" VALUE="1" />
     <ITEM NAME="rules" DELETE="1">
 

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Search for the following in an exported config. xml:

   <ITEM NAME="01000003">

    <ITEM NAME="settings">

     <NODE NAME="enabled" TYPE="number" VALUE="1" />

     <ITEM NAME="rules" DELETE="1">

 

Thanks Marcos,

I thought I had done a proper search of the ESET_config.xml  that I got from choosing export from bottom of initial Setup page,

Went back and searched again and yeah, there it was,

I will cut and paste from that file to one I have saved for laptop and import. 

Desktop is setup for aggressive scans because it is fast, but laptop set to defaults because it is slow single core.

 

Again thanks, Marcos

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