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  1. Floppy, it seems like patch c is causing a lot of problems including the SSL Scanning issue.
  2. Interesting... even the Kaspersky support told me it's a bug that is being worked on.
  3. My VPN works fine with driver version .21 when Kaspersky is paused. So it does seem the problem lies in Kaspersky Internet Security 2019 patch c.
  4. "We would like to inform you that this issue is a bug in our Kaspersky application. We're currently working the fix for this bug, no worries we'll notify you once it's already available."
  5. The old issue with OpenVPN TAP driver version seems to be back in KIS2019(c). I''m getting disconnected from my VPN under heavy load with that driver version. The prior version works, but I''m concerned of its vulnerabilities. I''ve tried adding the app as trusted and not to scan its traffic to no avail. Anyone else with this issue? Thanks.
  6. At least for me, the solution was to turn the "Add the attacking computer...." option off within Network Attack Blocker.
  7. If it's indeed an DNS issue, you should contact your VPN provider as they probably are using their own DNS servers. The released Patch E resolved all of my issues. :bravo:
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