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  1. Update: the tech support suggested me to add google chrome as a trusted application, and not to scan encrypted traffic only there (Settings > Additional > threats and exclusions > Specify Trusted Applications). This is better than just avoiding to scan all encrypted traffic, but is still a suboptimal solution. The issue persists even after the update to v. ) that happened few days back. Resetting all settings didn't do the trick either.
  2. Thank you for your hint. I just contacted the Tech Support, will come back here for further developments.
  3. Hi everybody, I'm having a little problem with Kaspersky Total Security The setting Settings > Additional > Network > Encrypted connections scanning > Scan encrypted connections upon request from protection components seems to block my Chromecast, and make me not able to cast tabs in Google Chrome. When I disable the setting, everything works as expected. This has probably something to do with a self-signed certificate the extension uses to communicate with the Chromecast, because whenever I open try to cast something with the setting on, I see a Kaspersky notification telling me not to trust a self-signed certificate. I understand this workaround is enough to make things work, but I don't feel it is an optimal solution. Any ideas?
  4. Sorry for the late answer. I finally found out that I disabled the option General > Perform recommended actions automatically. Re-enabling it fixed the issue!
  5. Hello everybody, using Kaspersky Total Security v15.0.2.361(B ) I'm experiencing so many annoying popups related to the firewall functionality (see attachment). Most of the time is this conhost.exe playing with the address space of some process, but also other .exes that Kaspersky seems not to like, i.e., Git, Sublime Text, MikTex, SourceTree, and so on. This also happens when installing programs. It looks like Kaspersky is warning me that something unexpected is happening (which is appreciated), but saving the rule (clicking the checkbox at the bottom) seems to do nothing, and the popups still show up. I thought that these popups usually come only once for applications that Kaspersky does not recognize, but I am getting them extremely frequently (every ~10 mins) and for things that I'm pretty sure they are not related to virus/trojans/malware/whatsoever malicious artifact. If I go to Settings > Protection > Firewall > Configure application rules I see so much clutter there that I'm wondering if it's needed at all. From my experience, these things happen when security settings are too restrictive, but I didn't find any way to lower them. Ideas? edit: (b ) sted cool.gif.
  6. Final update: it looks like patch B rolled out yesterday, and my Kaspersky successfully updated. As expected, this fixed the problems that I had both with Eclipse Kepler and with Java!
  7. Hi everybody, I'm using Kaspersky PURE 3.0 on Windows 8 x64 and I guess I just bumped into the same problem I had with Kaspersky Pure blocking Java (http://forum.kaspersky.com/index.php?showtopic=267128). This time, it looks like Kaspersky is blocking Eclipse Kepler (the famous Java IDE). Specifically, I cannot manage to run the updates checker and the "Install new software" functionality to access repositories, even if the internal web browser works just fine. Even adding the eclipse.exe file as a Trusted Application and enabling the option "Do not scan network traffic" (as long as the other 4 options) doesn't work. To run the updates and install plugins from the repositories, the only way is to manually pause the Kaspersky Protection. Has any of you managed to make Eclipse work with Kaspersky Pure 3? Regards, Stefano
  8. Thank you for your support. I guess I'll stick with the workaround and wait for the patch. Regards, Stefano
  9. Hi everybody, I'm using Kaspersky PURE 3.0 on Windows 8 x64 and I'm experiencing some problems with Java. Specifically, it looks like Kaspersky is blocking the java.exe process (i.e., the JRE process). Indeed, if I visit the Java Test page (http://www.java.com/en/download/testjava.jsp), I get a "test java2_1test vmapplet.class Class not found exception" error. In general, I can't manage to make java applets work, while instead locally executing the java process works with no problems. After many tries, the only workaround I could find was adding the java.exe as a Trusted Application and enabling the option "Do not scan network traffic". Is it a known issue, or is it working as intended? Shouldn't Kaspersky recognize the java.exe process as safe? Regards, Stefano
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