ESET SS 5 Problems

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  1. CresentChaos

    CresentChaos Registered Member

    Apr 3, 2013
    Unites States Of America
    Ok bare with me, im new and yeah >.<" anyways.

    Ok so for the past months i have had problems with my ESET SS. For Some reason all of Nexon Games and other games have had a Bex problem. now before you go of, i disabled the ESET Service on msconfig and for some reason all those games are working fine :3. now the problem is that i don't want to be vulnerable to attacks etc, so i need you guys to help me make them work.

    anyways here is the error that pops on all just with different numbers but the fault and Event Name are the same.
    Problem signature:
      Problem Event Name:	BEX
      Application Name:	Engine.exe
      Application Version:
      Application Timestamp:	514ffeb7
      Fault Module Name:	BlackXchg.aes
      Fault Module Version:
      Fault Module Timestamp:	4d9c7224
      Exception Offset:	0003f79c
      Exception Code:	c0000417
      Exception Data:	00000000
      OS Version:	6.1.7601.
      Locale ID:	1033
      Additional Information 1:	e007
      Additional Information 2:	e0073c76bc47bc13bbefc52aca2eedcb
      Additional Information 3:	1f77
      Additional Information 4:	1f77958016189a57a679bf5d1e9c37c7
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    Here is the picture of the Error. (i used a link cause dont want to make this post huge)

    Oh And here is the Zone & Rules. (I added The Whole Folder and other files that the BlackCipher links to and still same problem.)
  2. dwomack

    dwomack Eset Staff Account

    Mar 2, 2011
    It's possible there may be a file or connection that's not covered by the rules you've set up. Switch the ESET Firewall to "Interactive Filtering Mode" and for each connection choose "Remember Action (Create Rule)" and Allow. Once you're connected, you can then switch your firewall to "Automatic Mode (With Exceptions)" and ESS will remember the rules you've set up.

    The following KB Article may be of some help:

    This should keep you protected, while allowing the games to make the connections needed to run properly.
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