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  1. I've turned off URL Advisor - nothing changed - KIS still is requesting the same non-existent URL. Here is a paste from injected main.js: http://pastebin.com/7UQDVYSE
  2. Antibanner is disabled in KIS settings, all KIS addons (XPI) are disabled in Firefox, only KIS plugins (DLL) are enabled in Firefox (and I can't disable them, after restart they are enabled again). KIS is updated to latest version (B.). Best regards, edit: (b.) sted cool.gif.
  3. Hello, I'm developing local site, during testing it with WebDeveloper tools I've noticed that KIS 2015 is repeatedly requesting nonexistent URL's. After some debugging I think that this is caused by "Content Blocker KAV" plugin (DLL) which inserts "main.js" script to page header ("main.js" script contains “KasperskyLab.AntiBannerInstance” phrase). I also cannot disable this plugin because it keeps re-enabling. Sample inserted tag: <script type="text/javascript" src="/6F6582DAC82A466FB2604FD992525690/F617623D-8CD0-6846-86F5-46331A86DE17/main.js" charset="UTF-8"></script> Sample requests to nonexistent URL: Any ideas how to turn off this plugin? Best regards,
  4. Hello, I'm considering installing Kaspersky Pure 2.0 on my PC and I have some questions: 1. Can I upgrade/migrate from Kaspersky Pure 1.0 to Kaspersky Pure 2.0 and to Kaspersky Pure 3.0 (when available) with the same Kaspersky Pure 1.0 license? 2. Which compression is used in backup function? Is it proprietary compression schema? 3. Which encryption algorithm is used in backup function? Is it proprietary algorithm schema? How strong is the encryption? 4. Can I backup whole system/other user's files (as administrator) or only my files? Thank you, best regards!
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