I am using Eset Smart Security 126.96.36.199. As of lately I have noticed constant attacks. Examples on attacks are ARP-poisoning, DNS cache-poisoning, port scanning. They show up as red in the logs and it says they have been detected, however there's no information on whether they were actually blocked. I do not use a router so it is not Eset disliking information sent from the router. As of a few days ago I am completely unable to connect to a certain forum. I can connect using my phone and other computers (even ones using the same internet provider backbone, i.e lives in the same building as me). I can access the forum through a proxy, however I do not like that. I have literally tried everything to fix this solution. Tried refreshing DNS cache, tried reinstalling modem, tried with a new IP, checked my hosts file, you name it. When I try to connect to this forum my request times out due to the forum server taking too long to respond. Could these attacks have something to do with this? And let me ask once more, does ESS 5 actually block these attacks, not only detect them? Thanks.