andrewek

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  1. Hello! I decided to install EAM on a laptop with Windows 7x64. The program worked on it for more than 5 years, now on another laptop, with Windows 10. There have never been problems with reinstalling and installing EAM - and suddenly I can not install the program! The web installer starts working, but cannot download (installer database load error) ... What is the reason? I tried it several times today, it does not work. EmsiClean does not find EAM residues in the system. What to do? Thanks in advance!🙂
  2. Hello All! I return to the topic) Obviously, the problem was in the AdGuard WFP-driver. EAM has nothing to do with this situation! After changing the network settings in AdGuard, the problems with the tcpip.sys have not yet recurred! At least - a little over 10 days already😉
  3. Hello! Thanks Arthur! Now I heard exactly what I wanted! So, I can only wait for the next crash (BSoD) so far to look through the journal (Memory Dump) and find out the reason? No more action to take? By the way - is there enough mini-Dump or do you need a full memory dump?
  4. Hi! Thanks! I do not need the actions you have proposed! My computer boots up normally and works without problems! Windows Updates (Tuesday Patches) have been successfully installed! BSoD was two days ago, the system rebooted and everything is working fine for today!😉 How do you explain my question .... I saw that the reason is in the driver tcpip.sys. I read on the Internet that the cause of the conflict could be an antivirus. So I asked if the conflict between EAM and the tcpip driver could cause BSoD? Because I seemed to rule out all other possible causes of the crash)
  5. Hi! Thanks! Bad...It seems to me that we do not understand each other) I’m talking about this (screen) And can EAM cause a conflict with the tcpip driver?
  6. Hello! Thanks for the answer! But we are not talking about installing updates!😮 This is the computer's normal operation!
  7. Hello all! One common cause of BSoD is a problem with the tcpip system driver. To solve this problem, they recommend resetting the protocol settings, updating the network card driver, checking the integrity of system files. And in last place - the recommendation to disable third-party antivirus, especially on Windows 10. It is reported that some antivirus products tend to conflict with the tcpip.sys driver. Unfortunately, all sources are in Russian) My question is: can EAM cause such a conflict and, as a result, BSoD? p.s. I personally encountered this situation when I just watched a video in a browser on the Internet. I performed all the recommended actions - except, of course, disabling and removing EAM😉
  8. Hello! Thanks. Your answer is clear. But then how do you comment on this? (screen)
  9. Hi! Perhaps my opinion on disabling the service is not entirely true! If her work is completely safe - say so😉
  10. Of course, I’m not a security specialist! Therefore, I ask here on the forum! However, for almost 10 years, my Windows 7 worked specifically with the disabled remote registry service. However, on Windows 10 (1909), I am unable to disable it. Rather, the service starts automatically by default again the next time the computer boots ...
  11. That's right, it's a legitimate Windows service! But she can allow remote control of my registry! from someone else's computer! Is not it? In addition, I assume that many security recommendations (at least Russian-language sources) strongly recommend that you disable this service among some others. The computer at the same time works absolutely fine, I assure you!😉
  12. Hello all! It is recommended that you completely disable the Windows Remote Registry service for security reasons. I manually switch the settings to "Disabled" However, at each next start of the computer, the Remote Registry service returns to its default state again, that is, the start is "Automatic" How to make sure that the service does not translate back into autorun? It’s written in the settings that the service is started by the trigger. How to find and disable this trigger? p.s. Sorry, the text on the screenshots in Russian)
  13. Hi! именно с проверки AdwCleaner все и началось) Самый первый скрин) Честно говоря-это не такая уж проблема! Almost everything I wanted — I heard and took note here! Thank!
  14. Hello! Since I do not use PowerShell, I will disable it.
  15. Hello! That is curious! I checked the laptop program PC Decrapifier. She does not find anything to delete😌
  16. But it’s clear from the whole topic that these settings changes are made by me, the user. These are not standard EAM settings! My English probably doesn’t allow me to fully understand the meaning) Or did I understand correctly?
  17. I agree with you and with Amigo-A, and with GT500! Obviously (I repeat) each user decides what to do.
  18. Hi! I do not quite understand you: Are you against publishing such screenshots? But 2 years ago all these actions are already described in detail!
  19. Hello! Thank you! Do you think it is possible to remove from the settings of the EAM Behavior Blocker what has been proposed and how?
  20. Hello! Ok, I think that each user must decide for himself whether he needs these pre-installed programs in the system or not.😉 Obviously, there are simply no specific recommendations. Thanks.
  21. Hello All! Last year, the issue of Filelles malware was discussed, and disabling Windows PowerShell was recommended as one of the protection methods. https://blog.emsisoft.com/en/29070/fileless-malware-attacks/ Obviously, PowerShell itself is not dangerous. Dangerous scripts that she can use. And as it is today, when Windows 10 is actively coming and using PowerShell, it is obvious that you will ever have to (I read that it can even replace cmd>) - what should you do today, do you need to disable and / or block PowerShell (for example, through settings Emsisoft Behavioral Blocker)?