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andrewek

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  1. Hello! Excellent! Thank you so much! Of course, if problems arise, I will add to you.
  2. Hello! Please tell me if the application supports Russian? As far as I understand, no?
  3. Wow! Thank you so much! This is certainly interesting information, although, apparently, technically quite difficult for the average user😏 It’s interesting, how can this knowledge be applied in practice? For example - most of the attributes can be set to a good level (green) through about:config in Firefox. Is it possible to somehow apply practically Sec-GPC?
  4. Something to do with the ..."browser header, which makes the user easier to distinguish from other web surfers"... And that this leads to faster identification of my browser (yellow is medium) If you hover the mouse over the attribute itself, then exactly the same text (Sec-GPC) pops up.
  5. Hello! No, I didn't email the authors! I thought that I would find the answer on my own ...
  6. Hello! A new attribute (Sec-GPC) has recently appeared on the IP check site http://ip-check.info/?lang=en Nowhere can I find information that would explain the meaning of this attribute! What is it?
  7. Hello! Indeed a very helpful and informative article and a great comparison to Swiss cheese! https://blog.emsisoft.com/en/38186/how-we-use-the-swiss-cheese-model-to-prevent-malware-infections/ I have a question: it is said that Emsisoft's malicious host databases are updated every 15 minutes. Why is it impossible to select a database update interval of 15 minutes in the application itself? Minimum -30? Or is there no point in such a frequent update?
  8. Hello! Thank you, Jeremy and Stapp! And you have a nice day!
  9. Thank you so much STAPP! You were absolutely right with pressing NAME. This I, a fool, could not immediately figure out - the difficulties of the language and my lack of intelligence and some kind of panic)
  10. Hello all! Recently (yesterday) this misunderstanding appeared ... It is due to the fact that in the Windows Services management console these services (usually arranged in alphabetical order from top to bottom) are now suddenly arranged randomly, not alphabetically! Reboot doesn't help. sfc / scannow - everything is ok. However, I noticed that if you manually start any service (for example, O&O Defrag) - all services are installed on their own in the usual way ... However, after closing the console window and reopening it, again all services seem to be mixed up, out of order ... In this case, the computer is working properly. Tell me, please, what could be the matter here? what was violated? You see on the first screen - at the end of the list of services, as expected, BITS, Windows Update Center, EFS. But here is the second screen - when all services are located arbitrarily and at the end of the list - you see completely different services .. I am generally shocked by this situation! Sorry, screenshots are in Russian, but I think they are clear?
  11. Hello! I want to say that I have Windows Core Isolation enabled on two computers for over a year. At the same time, there are no problems with the work of EAM.
  12. Hello! I want to say that today the problem with the integration of the EAM into the Windows Security Center has been completely resolved! Thanks a lot to the developers!
  13. Hello! That is, it is not related to the type of processors, updating versions of Windows? I, not a specialist, do not quite understand about the report to the Security Center, but most importantly, apparently the problem has been resolved. This is very nice, thanks again!
  14. Hello! It seems that the changes in the December version actually solved the integration issue! In any case, within a day and several starts of the computer, the problem is no longer there! Thanks! You can find out what was the reason?
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