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  1. Odd, I upgraded to FF8 and I didn't need to do anything for PW manager. It works fine for me. Did you update it from the link near the top of the forum? I know it's from the previous iteration FF7, but it works. Win7 64b.
  2. I just thought I'd chime in and say that I am having no issues with FF 7.0.1 after upgrading the PW Manager in Pure. Win 7 64bit. I hope you get it worked out.
  3. I'll respond anyway. I updated with the installer from the link in the first thread at the top of this forum. Followed the instructions, and had no problem. If you notice, it's a new thread created this past Monday. I'll even paste the contents here: On July 4th, 2011 Kaspersky Lab announces release of the patch for Password Manager from Kaspersky PURE R2. Fixed bugs: * Mozilla Firefox 5 support. * Google Chrome 11, 12 support. * Minor localization corrections . * Fixed 'License key is invalid' activation error. How to install the patch: Please read this topic: http://support.kaspersky.com/faq/?qid=208284589
  4. For what it's worth, I am using Win 7 64, and have no issues with the Password manager in PURE. After I updated Password manager, FF 5 works fine with it now.
  5. You need to disable "Self Defense" in the "Settings". This has to be done at the local machine and cannot be done remotely.
  6. Firefox 5 isn't released yet. It's not supported yet. When it's officially released, and not a beta, Kaspersky will most likely support it. I suggest uninstalling 5 and install Firefox 4 to get back the functionality of password manager.
  7. You might want to delete that "Digital Rights" part of your message.
  8. I'd just like to say that Kaspersky tech support has been some of the best I've ever seen in a PC security company. Apparently, after going through a few things, they found a sneaky piece of malware that got on to my machine. It was cleaned up and this problem went away. I used to deal with another company for my anti-virus needs, and only once did I need to contact their support in the three years I've used it, and they wanted to charge me for the support, even though they work on the same subscription model as Kaspersky. A special thank you to John and Daniela of Kaspersky for really knowing their stuff!
  9. That was my first inclination, but cleanup show 0k temp files. I just ran it again for safe measure. Hopefully tech support will be able to help me. I noticed also that the crash event log was caught in the GSI. Not sure how useful it'll be to anyone, but it's there. Thanks for the tip though.
  10. As of a few days ago, PURE crashes during a full scan. It seems to get stuck on a file in "Documents and Settings/All Users/Temp". I cannot access this folder. On Win 7 it's a system folder and will not allow access to it. I am logged in as administrator, and you can't even see this folder unless you set folder options to "View hidden system folders" My GSI is completely clean. http://www.getsysteminfo.com/read.php?file...5b7994cb599b08a I don't know why it's crashing on this file. I've already opened a ticket with Kaspersky tech support, but it's been over two days and have not heard anything back from them on this. I also let PURE send the crash report to them, and linked the GSI report. If anyone has any ideas on what I can try, I'd appreciate it.
  11. Thanks! KL already responded that they've fix it in an update! That was amazingly fast.
  12. Added link to virustotal. http://www.virustotal.com/file-scan/report...c486-1304811223
  13. A recent update, I believe is causing a false positive on a good file. The game "Distant Worlds" from Matrix games. For some reason the root kit scan all of the sudden comes up with a trojan on the "Distantworlds.exe" app and neutralizes and deletes it. Now, I KNOW this is a false positive as I brought this up with the developer, and they assured me this was the case. I had been playing this game for about a year and never had this come up until after a recent pattern update in PURE. What I want to know is, is it possible to RESTORE AND EXCLUDE a file after it's been found infected and deleted? I can restore it, but it immediately gets deleted again. I've gone through a work around and excluded the directory the game resides in and was able to restore it then. But I miss that Norton ability where you could exclude it from scanning at the same time as restoring. (Former NIS 2011 user).
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