The licence should automatically choose an inactive device to transfer from. So, you should be able to accept the transfer prompt and safely relicense the device without affecting your other devices.
F-Secure SAFE should work with all latest window update without any issue. So the re-installation steps are not required for this Windows 10, version 20H2 update. All you need to perform the windows update and reboot the machine to see if all the installed softwares are working as normal.
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Seuraavat ohjeet ovat testattu toimivaksi ratkaisuksi kyseiseen ongelmaan:
KÄYTTÄJÄNIMI = <käyttäjänimesi>
Mikäli nämä ohjeet tuntuvat hankalilta, voit ottaa yhteyttä chat-tukeemme kyseisellä tietokoneella, jolloin voimme tarvittaessa ottaa etäyhteyden koneeseen ja suorittaa nämä vaiheet puolestasi.
Does disabling Application Control help the situation ?
I suggest to submit FSDiag to create a support case.
If you wish, you can create a ticket with FSDiag collected when the USB is connected (device stats collecting should be enabled), and note the device in question.
In Policy Manager Console, navigate to Settings - Advanced view - Device Control "Report installed devices"
Typically, if someone else knowing your MAC address shouldn’t be much of a security threat. It’s far less dangerous than someone knowing your public IP address, for instance.
If someone were to have your public IP address, you could be targeted by a wide variety of attacks. The most common attack would be a DDOS since it doesn’t take much to achieve. Or, if you’re unfortunate enough, you could be targeted by a more severe attack, which could escalate in the perpetrator gaining full remote access to your device and handle it in a broad variety of ways.
However, an attacker can’t do much by simply knowing your MAC address. Let’s say that it has the same level of threat as someone knowing your real name online. Masking your MAC address would only make sense if you want to protect yourself from other users on the same network.
When you use FREEDOME, it establishes a VPN connection between your device and F-Secure's servers. This means that, instead of using a direct connection between your device and the internet, all data traffic is routed through those servers. Please refer this help page to know more about What happens when you use VPN
Our VPN servers have a large amount of concurrent users and as each server has one IPv4 and IPv6 addresses, all the users on a server are hidden behind those addresses. So yes, we have this "shared IP configuration" that you have mentioned, and we have always had it.
We typically have so much traffic and connections to our servers that the correlation attacks against us would be quite difficult to achieve.
First, note that certain countries may be blocking all TLS traffic using ESNI.
However, it is primarily not up to us to add this feature as it is more on the Google side. As soon as Google web view supports this, we will be ready to support it as well.
You cannot sync F-Secure IDP and FS IDG. Sync is at the moment limited to the beta products.
Install path cannot be changed. This has been such in our SAFE PC (fs protection) product for many years. We wanted to make the installation as simple as possible.
About renaming the device... you raised a good point. I'm checking with our other team who is responsible of the portal. At the moment you can rename fs protection devices, but not fs id guardian.
Chrome and Firefox are officially supported at the moment, but we'll try to expand this to cover more browsers in the future versions. If you get the extension to work on "unsupported" browser, that's fine.