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GT500

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  1. OAcat should be set to Automatic. I'd recommend uninstalling Online Armor, restarting your computer twice, and then downloading and reinstalling it from this link.
  2. Open Online Armor with Banking Mode turned off, and go to the Domains List. Find your bank's domain in the list, right-click on it, and select Learn. Your bank's website will open in Online Armor's browser. Try logging in to your bank's website there, and Online Armor will 'learn' the login domains (those are often different than the homepage domain).
  3. You can open a Command Prompt as administrator and use the command sc delete VBoxNetFlt to delete the Virtual Box network filter driver to make it easier. No need to directly edit the registry. Also, please note that if you have Virtual Box and Emsisoft Internet Security installed that there will more than likely be random BSoD issues. Depending on your circumstances, it might just be easier to use VMware Player (it does still come in a free version for personal use).
  4. Are the tiles for Emsisoft Internet Security not appearing, or are they not opening Emsisoft Internet Security?
  5. Confirmed. I'll pass this along to one of our developers.
  6. Are you able to log in to the website without Sticky Password running?
  7. By "metro application" I assume you mean there is an issue with the tiles on the metro screen?
  8. Bridged networking is where the virtualization software (in the case Virtual Box) sets up virtual network devices that act like they are connected directly to your network, so that they have IP addresses assigned by your router. The primary alternative to this is NAT (Network Address Translation) mode, where the virtualization software uses the network connection in a more traditional manner. In Virtual Box there can be some issues with UDP packets in NAT mode, but you only really see those issues when trying to run a game server in the virtual machine.
  9. Have you tried adding an exclusion to Online Armor for Sticky Password? Here are some instructions for adding a folder to the Exclusions list in Online Armor: Click on the Start button, go to All Programs, go to Online Armor, and click on the Online Armor icon to open it. Click on Options in the menu on the left. Go to the Exclusions tab. Click on the Add button. Use the little [+] and [-] icons to the left of folder names to open and close them, find the folder you want to add, click on it to highlight it, and then click OK at the bottom. Close the Online Armor window. Sticky Password would most likely be in a folder in C:\Program Files
  10. If they are zipped, then the cleaning engine is supposed to quarantine the ZIP archive that they are in. I take it that that was not what happened?
  11. One of the issues reported in this topic was fixed, but the one related to removing tracking cookies was not fixed since the cookie scan is going to be removed.
  12. I'm not entirely sure, but it could be because the 'Objects' line is wrapping onto too many extra lines. I'll let our developers know about this.
  13. We developed a new firewall SDK for our new Emsisoft Internet Security, and we intend to integrate that into Online Armor some time after Emsisoft Internet Security is finally released to replace Online Armor's current firewall engine. I'm not certain how much of the information displayed on the firewall status screen will change when that happens, however anything that has to do with the firewall should have some changes made to at the very least make it compatible with the new firewall SDK. Yes, the "Wireless Internet Connection" is the network device in your computer that is assigned the 192.168.1.xxx address. The other address should be your modem/router's address on the Internet. These devices often hide your internal network from the Internet using Network Address Translation (NAT), and that is why your computers all have different addresses than what your modem/router is being assigned by your Internet Service Provider. The question mark is a link to the Online Armor website to see information about the program. The "OADriver: OB_OPERATION_HANDLE_CREATE" messages are normal, as creating handles is a fairly normal thing for programs to do. In Online Armor's "Options" there is a Backup/Restore tab where you can save your settings and rules, and import them again after the reinstall. Blocking Windows networking ports is the biggest thing, as well as disallowing remote connections. As long as your local network and the computers on it aren't trusted, Online Armor shouldn't allow anything from them to access your computer automatically.
  14. Do you have the 'cloud' version of Sticky Password, or the 'desktop' version?
  15. Windows probably would have considered the TV to be a second monitor as long as the cable was connected (maybe even if the TV was off). Online Armor still should have opened on the last monitor it was opened on.
  16. Most of the settings in Emsisoft Anti-Malware are already set for optimal protection (with the exception of scheduled scans, which you can set to any times you want). Online Armor is a lot more complex, and we do recommend reading through some of the information on using Online Armor.
  17. For those who are encountering issues with Emsisoft Internet Security and Emsisoft Anti-Malware in non-English languages, please note that these issues are expected as the language files for non-English languages have not been updated yet. We recommend running this beta in English only for now.
  18. When it is used, the service handles all of the functions related to scanning and removal (in addition to loading the database), and a2cmd just writes the output to the console. The only way to unload the database from memory after having the service load it is to stop the service.
  19. Could you give me an example of the command line parameters you used in your scan? I don't need the full file paths, I just need to see what order you had everything in and what parameters you were using.
  20. The information on the Firewall Status page, such as "Active Connections", often doesn't appear to show accurate data. I recommend using a program such as TCPView from Microsoft to verify whether or not there are any active network connections. Ports 139 and 445 are related to Windows networking. Port 2869 is related to things like the Windows Firewall and Internet Connection Sharing. The first two are safe for internal networks only, and are very dangerous to expose to the Internet. The last one shouldn't be a serious threat, however it should be blocked by default rather than being allowed to be open. Are you sure that the second address isn't your IPv6 address? Are the numbers separated with periods like the first address, or are they separated with colons? Yes, those are other computers/devices that are connected to your local network. The addresses are normal. Gaps can happen because of the way a router assigns addresses (not every router handles what address to assign each computer the same way). It can be depending on what ports are open. TCPView will give you a much more detailed view of what is going on. Where are you seeing these messages? You can select to not trust other computers on your network in Online Armor, however they will still be able to see each other and ping each other. I am not aware of the firewall causing this issue, however you can try uninstalling Online Armor and restarting the computer a couple of times (to ensure that everything has been removed) in order to test to see if it is indeed the cause.
  21. Adding Firefox's folder to the exclusions in Online Armor would probably fix the issue, if you don't mind doing that (Online Armor would still be able to monitor any programs that Firefox launches as long as they aren't in the Firefox folder). Here are some instructions for adding a folder to the Exclusions list in Online Armor: Click on the Start button, go to All Programs, go to Online Armor, and click on the Online Armor icon to open it. Click on Options in the menu on the left. Go to the Exclusions tab. Click on the Add button. Use the little [+] and [-] icons to the left of folder names to open and close them, find the folder you want to add, click on it to highlight it, and then click OK at the bottom. Close the Online Armor window.
  22. That's interesting. I take it you don't have a second monitor?
  23. May I ask what website you are unable to access?
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