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mike_89
post 5.03.2012 19:46
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Hi !
I have just a simple question : is the kaspersky url advisor (mozilla firefox add-on) working properly ?
I don't ussualy use it very much, but today i noticed that many websites have a grey "K" icon instead of the green one.
This happened to quite a few websites, that normally are with green "K" icon.
Yesterday, most of which i searched were green, but today, almost neither of them (most of them are grey, with a few exceptions).
Is there something wrong with the kaspersky url advisor ?

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mike_89
post 5.03.2012 21:59
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Uhm...any ideas ? smile.gif
I'm sorry if i post too often, i just thought maybe nobody has seen the topic yet. smile.gif

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Bloodedge
post 5.03.2012 23:28
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I just noticed this today too. The same thing is happening on Google Chrome and Internet Explorer.

Sites like wikipedia, tvtropes, and even facebook have a grey icon, when they were all green before. Glad it's not just me.



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mike_89
post 5.03.2012 23:44
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Yeah i guess it is kind of weird, but do you think we should have anything to worry about ?
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post 5.03.2012 23:52
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I'd hope not. We should probably wait for a mod or admin to give us more info before we decide to start panicking.
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post 5.03.2012 23:56
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I am having the same problem too.
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mike_89
post 6.03.2012 00:02
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Maybe it's just a bug or something and it will get fixed in the next url advisor version.
Anyway, i doubt it could be something very serious or awful.

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mike_89
post 6.03.2012 01:23
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An answer from a mod or admin would be nice, though. smile.gif
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post 6.03.2012 01:52
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They're probably busy checking into it (as well as other users' problems) right now. We should just hang tight until they come around to answering our questions.
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mike_89
post 6.03.2012 02:23
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I agree with you, Bloodedge. smile.gif
Besides, it's probably nothing very serious, we just have to wait a little while. smile.gif
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post 6.03.2012 02:41
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How do you know if a site is safe or not then? Thanks.
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mike_89
post 6.03.2012 03:43
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@gmcpmc, well, i just keep careful on what websites i use. smile.gif
I don't search pornography or stuff like that and if i need anything (besides porn) i just seach on websites that i know are all good. smile.gif
To be honest, there aren't quite that many dangerouse websites. Well, not unless you specifically search for something like porn etc.
I didn't say i don't use it at all, i use it, but just not so often. smile.gif

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post 6.03.2012 15:40
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Just a quick update : it appears kaspersky url advisor is working ok again.
Websites like wikipedia, facebook etc., have green "K" icon just like before. smile.gif
I don't know what was the problem, but i'm glad it's been fixed. smile.gif
@Bloodedge and @gmcpmc, if you can, tell me how is it working now for you guys. smile.gif
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post 6.03.2012 20:25
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So far, working ok now for me.
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mike_89
post 6.03.2012 21:08
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Let's hope we won't have anymore issues. smile.gif
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post 6.03.2012 23:43
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Everythings looking normal for me too. smile.gif
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mike_89
post 7.03.2012 00:21
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@Bloodedge and @gmcpmc i have to get so work done now and i don't think i'm gonna be online untill tomorrow.
If you can, please let me know if anything changes with kaspersky url advisor in the next 12-24 hours. smile.gif
Thanks in advance. smile.gif

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post 7.03.2012 01:08
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Something is wrong. The grey "K" icon is starting to appear again, on websites like wikipedia, facebook etc.
Can't anybody please help us with this issue ?
Or at least tell us if it's a bug or not ?
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richbuff
post 7.03.2012 02:39
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Eighteen posts (18) and we do not know:

1. What operating system?

2. What Kaspersky product?

3. What version of the Kaspersky product?

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He sees something.... in the distance... getting closer... it's... it's.... .. . Please see the small print that is located at the bottom of this message, and post a GSI report link.


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Please see the Important topics, located at the top of this section, and at the top of other sections of this forum.
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Bloodedge
post 7.03.2012 03:00
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Sorry. Here's my info:

Windows 7 64-bit Home edition.

Kaspersky Anti-virus 2012. Version 12.0.0374.

And here's a more current GSI from me:

Attached File  GetSystemInfo_RYNNEC_PC_Rynnec_2012_03_06_17_02_09.zip ( 159,94K ) Number of downloads: 6


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