Today I upgraded my installation of ESET Cybersecurity for Mac to 126.96.36.199, and it appears that, in going from version 4 to version 5, ESET has added web and email proxy functionality. I actually do not like to have those proxies enabled, and I simply want to revert to the original antivirus-only functionality. I was, therefore, glad to see that ESET provided simple slider switches in the UI to disable "Web access and phishing protection" and "Email client protection". Unfortunately, if you do so, Cybersecurity will thereafter maintain an orange/red exclamation mark on the menubar icon and will prominently display warnings throughout the UI. Now, I appreciate ESET's interest in letting you know that in their view "Maximum protection is not ensured"; but if you are going to let users selectively disable the protections they feel are unnecessary, or which add unacceptable overhead or compatibility issues with their other installed software, then you need to also let them disable or minimize the alerts. I looked throughout the "Alerts and notifications" item and the "Interface" item (as well as nearly every other item) under Preferences, and none of them appear to allow you to override the messaging and menubar exclamation icon. And while a small red exclamation mark in the menubar might seem a small quibble, it is nevertheless highly distracting and verging on "false notification" when the user is expecting such an alert to only be prominent when the antivirus product detects an actual virus or malware item. Can you provide instructions to override the constant menubar alerting if the user consciously chose to disable web and email proxy functionality? Also, the following concern of mine arose after upgrading to version 5, although it may simply be a case of "ignorance is bliss" (while running version 4.x). The thing I have always valued about ESET's antivirus products -- in addition to malware detection rates, of course -- was their minimal resource impact on a PC/Mac in terms of number of processes, memory consumption, CPU utilization, etc. The alternative vendors were always known for a bloated footprint. I was somewhat surprised, then, when I ran the ESET "Running processes" tool and found all of the following: esets_ctk esets_daemon esets_kac esets_mac esets_proxy esets_gui esets_esi I am presently thinking about uninstalling version 5, and returning to version 4 of Cybersecurity.