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  1. I did verify the version. It disabled my Network adapter (but I could use Wi-FI) and I was unable to use Sticky Password and Adguard. I tried making it a trusted network, disabling SSL scanning (when I disabled Adguard it would work but wit the typical not trusted certificate page errors that a lot of AV vendors are experiencing I guess?). I also installed the KLabs certificate before disabling SSL scanning. was a bit disappointed. I hope version 17 is better. Kaspersky has a reputation of excellent protection. I wish that we had a product available that had (Robust Firewall with IDS and Proactive protection (similar to HitmanPro.Alert- an Exploit and 0-day blocker), Heuristics, Great overall AV, Firewall + Exploit and 0-day blocker. Perfect) I will be happy. TAM needs some work Not a bad company. Needs work on compatibility with 64-bit systems, Windows 10 and time to move away from XP. It holds back development and focus on code quality and can limit things.
  2. How is KTS 2015 Performing Lately? I a thinking about moving back to KLabs after changing vendors for a while. I have a license for KTS, but want to try the trial before I re-image /upgrade my OS (Currently running Windows 10 64-bit build 10586. Are there any serious known issues, or am I best to move on to KTS 2016? (I did read the KB article) Windows 10 64-bit build 10586 Intel i7 6th gen 2.5ghz 8GB Ram Hemidal Pro HitmanPro.Alert
  3. Is Kaspersky IS 2015 still a viable/safe option considering all the nasty ransomware going around? I have a disc that I thought I used (KIS 2011) but the highest it goes is KIS 2015 as far as migration policy. Any comments accepted
  4. richbuff, I returned just to say thanks. It was uneventful. Removed 2 Trojans, MBAM removed 8 other things, and its running smooth now. (I would re-image but he is not really interested). Thanks for the advice!
  5. I am helping my brother with his PC. Currently, KIS 14.0.0.4651 is installed, but has been expired for a few months. I bought a commercial license for KTS 2016. Do I need to use the removal tool to uninstall KIS v14 before installing KTS 16, or just use the standard uninstall method in Windows 8.1? There are no other AV products on the system. I imagine there may be some cleanup involved though if he hasn't had AV in 3-4 months. I cam take care of that I hope. I am trying to get this installed soon. Thanks in advance!!! Also: Should I use the full installer or the 1.7mb installer? I have 3mbps DSL :/. Thanks!
  6. Anyone have any updates on this topic on the latest releases of KIS 2015 w/ MR 2 and current patches? or What about KTS w/ MR2 latest patches? It will be for a Windows XP PC w/ SP3 32-bit. It only has 1 GB of RAM. It's a temporary computer that hopes to last until Windows 10 is RTM and then wait about 3-4 months after to see how it is going instead of going to Windows 8.1 It ran okay in a VM w/ 2 GB of RAM on Windows 7 w/ me. Thank You!
  7. Kasperskt Password Manager not working at all in KTS 4.0 (15.0.1.415 (B.) )When I click on the Icon in the Broswer (The Key Icon) as it was in PURE 3.0, it just says Kaspersky Password Mangager. It doesn't pickup on AUto-fills or anything. I have triple checked that the plugins are installed through the KPM interface and that they are enabled in all Browsers. Is anyone else having this issue? Windows 7 SP1 Pro x64 up-to date. Last database update was just now. Occurs in Mozilla Firefox 34 IE 11 Google Chrome 39 (64-bit). edit: (b.) sted cool.gif.
  8. I have been told the same twice by support. At this point, I am no longer surprised......
  9. Is it related to the POODLE (SSL 3.0) vulnerability?
  10. You can see that the latest version of Google Chrome contains 159 security fixes and 113 minor fixes......I'll let you decide. http://googlechromereleases.blogspot.com/2...nel-update.html
  11. I know it has been a long time, and I am very frustrated myself. Has it been 114 days (now 117 days)? That is basically 30% of a subscription period Developing and testing is time consuming, yes. However at least 2 months? This delay has caused significant problems with product functionality. It is pretty disappointing. Is there an ETA for a fix? Please?
  12. If they are working on a fix to prevent incompatibility with the latest browser add-ons, and especially password manager (For Firefox, Chrome and IE), I am happy to wait. More testing = a more reliable product before RTM.
  13. It is the weekend. In order to receive an actual technician's response, you must reply to the email you were sent where it sends you the suggestions to take.
  14. How is Kaspersky Internet Security 2015 running on XP SP3 lately? It is one of those family computers with 1GB of RAM (it's that old when that was standard). I re-imaged the PC 2 years ago, and they are waiting on Windows 9 to be released to buy a new PC. Then, they are re-formatting the XP PC and tossing it. It is currently running KIS 2014 (latest patch) and is a resource hog (in part because of the1 GB of RAM). I like Kaspersky overall, but IMHO the 2014 build was not the best that has ever been released. I am interested if anyone has experience, specifically with XP and 1-2 GB of RAM. Main concerns: Resource/RAM usage, overall protection and stability. Thank you in advance for your knowledge in this matter.
  15. Slightly off topic, but a good link for keeping up with current and shortly upcoming Adobe updates is: http://blogs.adobe.com/psirt/
  16. Ironically, it was working just fine until yesterday on Google Chrome v37. I tried uninstalling Google Chrome, Deleting leftover folders and profile, rebooting and reinstalling using their standalone offline installer. Still broken. For tech support: Installation problems tend to occur most often when you install Google Chrome Browser for all user accounts, however I think this may be a security feature by design - to avoid other users from accessing your passwords. Maybe we should all just switch the the more secure and safer browser, Internet Explorer! (only a friendly joke - don't take offense). In all seriousness, I am grateful that it has been working in Mozilla Firefox for the past few versions (Thank you KL!!!).
  17. Hi Egor, Thanks for your reply! Is the download distributable considered MP1? I was thinking of waiting until the "Final version" is RTM and patched to at least patch b. before installing.
  18. My family has a Windows XP SP3 x32 Laptop w/ KIS 2014 installed. It only has 1 Ghz of RAM (Old laptop due to be replaced soon). I know that Windows XP is End-of-Support and I have no control over the decisions my family makes regarding this issue. I do help them troubleshoot issues though. KIS 2014 is definitely hogging resources (1Ghz ram) on the machine. KIS 2015 seemed to run lighter and smoother in testing. Does anyone have experience w/ Installation of KIS 2015 on Windows XP? I know that there may not be a major noticable improvement, but I wanted to gather some opinions of some people who have already migrated. Would you recommend it? The computer will probably be around several more months.
  19. Make your Android Apps compatible with Samsung KNOX http://www.samsung.com/global/business/mob...-platform/knox/ https://www.samsungknox.com/en (tons of tech info/specs/license info in this link) Also, support (or attempt to support full functionality of your Android devices with Device Encryption) I am using a Samsung Galaxy S5 (SM-G900T) Also, add support (possible email message scanning or link scanning for the release of OWA (Outlook Web App) for Android http://blogs.office.com/2014/06/11/owa-for...select-devices/
  20. I have found the best way to use the Password Manager for Google Chrome (any version in general of Google Chrome) but especially Version 32.0.1700.107 m is to close all browsers, wait a few seconds, then open the Pure 3.0 interface and Unlocking the password manager from either the GUI interface or the Notification Area icon. The easiest way is to right click on the red "K" icon in the Notification area in Microsoft Windows next to the clock and click Unlock password manager, then type in your Master password and click Unlock,. Wait about 10 seconds, then open Google Chrome. I have noticed less crashes when doing this, Trying to unlock the password manager from the Key PWM icon in Google Chrome results in a 5-15 second delay before the window to enter the password manager to appear. Sometimes it causes the browser to crash. This happened in previous versions as well. This sometimes applies to Firefox, that is when the PWM Autofill extension is compatible..... Also, as referred to in another thread, if you are not able to get the PWM extension to work in the Latest version of Google Chrome (32.0.1700.107) is to type in the address bar chrome://plugins/ Look for this: Kaspersky PURE - Version: 7.0.3.11 Autofill Engine for Gecko and Webkit-based web browsers Check the box that says always allowed, then exit Chrome. This solved the problem with PWM compatibility for me and is a workaround for now.
  21. This is a bit off topic but Juned, make sure to wipe/overwrite the hard drive of your computer before simply discarding it for security purposes. This is only the case if you never plan to use the computer again and are either recycling it or throwing it in the garbage can. There are many software available for this.
  22. I have this issue as well. I checked the settings and the boxes are checked to allow "Start Password Manager on PURE startup" and Open Master Password Dialog upon Password Manager Startup" I have to manually open the PURE GUI and click password manager, then start password manager, wait then enter the Master Password to make it functional. Also, has anyone else noticed that it is taking longer for PURE 3.0 application to startup upon logging on to Windows?? Hopefully the Patch D will solve the Stack_Hash errors that are encountered upon closing Firefox and IE 9 as well Has anyone noticed these? Windows 7 Pro SP1 x64 4GB RAM AMD Processor IE 9 Firefox 24 (now 25) Pure 3.0 13.0.2.558 patched to C.
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