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  1. In PURE, there was a checkbox in the Self Defense settings labeled "Disable external service control" that could be unchecked to allow remote control access to PURE's interface (via LiteManager in my case). I used this box as described here to be able to enable access. In KTS, this box is no longer where it used to be. My only option now to be able to use remote control is to disable self defense altogether, which I don't really want to do if I can avoid it. Is this feature still in there somewhere, or is disabling self defense now my only option?
  2. All you have to do is bring up the KPM extension in Google Chrome's extension store and click on the reviews. Every one mentions the problem with Chrome repeatedly flagging the extension as corrupted, requiring reinstallation. But if you bring up an issue with KPM here, the canned response is to open a support ticket about it, as if you are the only one experiencing the problem. KPM's issues are widespread, not just isolated to a few troubled installations. But fixing issues with it has taken a back burner in recent times, even though it is a part of the product that is touted in advertisements to draw in customers. If you're going to advertise it, the whole system needs to work, not just selected features.
  3. Amen to that. I'm just waiting for my current subscription to run out and then I am done with them. Is it so shocking that users jump ship when a product routinely fails to work after a major browser update and then they are forced to wait months for a fix?
  4. I was wondering if anyone else had a NewEgg.com account and tried to log on to it with KTS' PWM installed? I am completely unable to log on to my account with the PWM extension installed. I get an error with the validation text (even when the login screen isn't displaying any) and cannot successfully pass their CAPTCHA no matter what I do. I can confirm that this happens in all browsers (Chrome, IE, and Firefox) and that as soon as I disable the PWM extension, I can successfully log in. I was wondering if any other KTS users had an account with them and had the same problem?
  5. I agree with the original poster in this thread. In particular, it seems not to handle sites that use a two-stage login--i.e., where it asks for the username on one page and then the password on the next. Pure 3 PWM could handle this, but then they unfortunately decided it wasn't really a priority to get it working under Chrome, as the bug that caused it to report the plugin as not being installed went months without being fixed. I had hoped that moving on to KTS would end with everything working properly, but what was I thinking? I'm pretty much just riding out my paid subscription now, and unless there are big improvements made, this will be the end. It's sad to think that around three or four years ago, I gave Pure a 5-star rating on NewEgg.
  6. At which point it will work for a few weeks and Chrome will issue another release which breaks it yet again, and we wait six months for another fix...
  7. Wait. Are you being blocked by the receiving system? If so, the problem sounds like it's not a Kaspersky issue but a false positive in their spam filtering or perhaps a listing of some or all of your ISP's netspace due to abuse that has come from other users there (not your fault, but still affecting you). If this is the case, try to contact the admin of their system by other means that isn't blocked (like maybe a freemail provider using a public wifi connection) and see if you can get the reason for the blocking. You might be able to appeal to the blocklist provider or get the receiver's email admin to whitelist your email server so your emails can go through. If that's not actually what's happening, then please feel free to ignore this message.
  8. If you have Password Manager cloud sync enabled, disable it and see if that has any effect.
  9. Also please see this thread. I have tried the solution there and it worked for me. It not a permanent solution, as it requires being redone on every reboot, whereas denying permission to the directory should only need to be done once. It's just a matter of which solution you prefer.
  10. PWM will no longer fill passwords in Chrome, and clicking the button does nothing, as the menu won't open. I have tried disabling all other extensions and restarting, but the problem still persists. Posting my GetSystemInfo link if it helps. GetSystemInfo Link
  11. Pure always reports that databases are out of date, even immediately after an update. Text of the most recent update report is as follows: Task completed 12/1/2013 12:01:36 PM Creating the list of files to download... 12/1/2013 12:01:22 PM File downloaded index/u0607g.xml.dif 12/1/2013 12:01:21 PM File download... index/u0607g.xml.dif 12/1/2013 12:01:21 PM Connecting to host 12/1/2013 12:01:21 PM DNS name transformed dnl-test.kaspersky-labs.com,;; 12/1/2013 12:01:21 PM Update source is selected http://dnl-test.kaspersky-labs.com/test/ap/, KL 12/1/2013 12:01:21 PM Task started 12/1/2013 12:01:18 PM It does not show any errors, but it still seems to be querying the "test" server, which I did have set when the most recent PWM issue was waiting for a fix but have since reverted to the normal update settings. I am attaching screenshots of the update screen, my update settings, and my update sources. Thank you for any help you can provide.
  12. There was a thread earlier that showed a setting to update to the beta version D, which seems to have been deleted. Why not allow that info, especially given that deadlines aren't always firm for final releases?
  13. This raises the question: Is there anyone out there for whom secure keyboard input works in 3.0, particularly with Chrome? It seems like something that did not get very thorough testing before release.
  14. Try disabling Sync (Password Manager screen, bottom left corner). This sounds like a similar problem that I had where disabling Sync fixed it.
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