Adguard and Eset

Sunshine-boy

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Hey there,:)
I just installed Adgaurd again but disabled Https scanning module(because that Adguard personal CA can see whatever I see in my browser)
Question 1: Will Adguard share MY information if my country(Iran) ask them? I just want to know sorry I'm too lazy to read that privacy policy page also I'm not that good in English...

Question 2: I'm using Eset and Yandex browser and both have https scanning should I disable https scanning on both if I want to use AdgaurD https scanning? or they will work with each other?and it's like I have triple protection? :oops:

Question 3: As you can see in photo Adgaurd wanted to access Eset process and Hips in Eset blocked the access the question is why Adguard wants to access av process?
Thanks for reading:p
 

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Question 1: Will Adguard share MY information if my country(Iran) ask them? I just want to know sorry I'm too lazy to read that privacy policy page also I'm not that good in English...
Fortunately, there's nothing to share. The only information we have about you is your email address and your license key (in case if you purchase a license).

Also, the privacy policy is not that long and written in a normal language, not the usual lawyers mumbo jumbo.

Question 2: I'm using Eset and Yandex browser and both have https scanning should I disable https scanning on both if I want to use AdgaurD https scanning? or they will work with each other?and it's like I have triple protection? :oops:
AG will work along with them just okay, np. It's not like additional protection, though. AdGuard's goal is not to improve HTTPS security, but to keep it the very same level as your browser has.

Question 3: As you can see in photo Adgaurd wanted to access Eset process and Hips in Eset blocked the access the question is why Adguard wants to access av process?
Oh my, ESET did copy this behavior from Norton AV?

Here's what's going on -- when a new network connection is created, AG tries to figure what process does this connection belong in order to filter only connections that belong to the "filtered apps".
 

Sunshine-boy

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Hey,
Thx for the answers guys.
So you will not share anything that's a good news thank you for being so cool:p
I don't need to read that page anymore because you already answered.
I will enable Adguard Https scanning and exclude Adgaurd from Eset real-time protection:)
 

Sunshine-boy

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Hey, I have a problem with Adguard Https scanning.
If I enable it pages don't load or load slower.
But only in Yandex, not others.
 
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