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  1. Its a conspiracy :bb: :bb: :bb: Does this mean that when the add-ons are compatible with FF16, FF17 will be released :huh:
  2. :bravo: Sorted - downloaded through Firefox. Now up and running :bravo:
  3. Thanks for the link, unfortunately this is not working when using Chrome. http://products.kaspersky-labs.com/english...2.0.2.733en.exe
  4. I have received a reply from Kaspersky Support and a patch resolving the compatibility issue with Firefox should be released in the next couple of months. Pure 3.0 is due for release in Jan 2013.
  5. Followed instructions and now have only 32bit installed - with update tab. Thanks again JohnH2O
  6. The Firefox Plug-ins are the same and whilst the update tab is still missing - not to worry. The question is why the Vulnerability Scan recommends updating to the same version I have installed? Ben
  7. Thanks for the reply JohnH2O, The add-ins for Firefox 15 are 'not compatible with Firefox 15' and cannot be enabled, uninstalled or deleted. Other browsers installed are Chrome 21 and IE9 (32&64bit) and the Aint-Banner etc works on Chrome & IE9 (32bit). The screenshot of the Java Control Panel is a different issue as there is no 'update' tab on my version. I have un-installed both versions of Java7 update7 and re-installed in every combination I can think of including 'run as administrator' The Java site sys I have the latest version installed. It's time to open the Bacardi. Regards, Ben
  8. I have run several vulnerabilty scans and consitantly get the same three applications highlighted and advised to update to the latest versions: Java7 Update7 (7.0.70) Adobe Flash Player 11.4.402.265 Quicktime Player 7.7.2 (1680.56) I have checked and I have the latest updates as advised. Advice would be appreciated. Regards, Ben
  9. Hello HawkInOz, I have the same problem. I thought it was my download manager that had corrupted the file, so I downloaded in slomo - same problem. Thanks Ben
  10. I am glad the new password manager works in Firefox 12. This still leave the URL Advisor/Virtual Keyboard & Anti-Banner 12.0.1.302 extensions incompatible with Firefox 12 :dash1:
  11. Passwords 70 Secure Memos 10
  12. You are not alone with this one. I have had the same problem with Garmin Updater Pure 2.0 crashes, license violation - restart and all is well. Needed to send several reports to Kaspersky Lab last night.
  13. Roughly translated from Latin as 'numpty at the other end' We all live and learn.
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