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  1. Please give us an option whether we want to install this or not during the setup as I have my own paid for VPN (ExpressVPN) and am not interested in Hotspot Shield one bit and even if you uninstall it, it leaves traces behind. All I want is my Antivirus and that's it!
  2. I got the reply. Nothing has changed. A few re-activations and the license will be blocked needing us to contact support to reset the activation count. Now they replied to me within 24 hours this time but usually this took around 5-7 business day until the license was unlocked
  3. Thank you for the quick reply. I have submitted a ticket to support and will let you know what they say. I hope they changed this so I can purchase a new license again.
  4. I am an old Kaspersky customer but I stopped using it because I format quiet often like when there are lots of Driver updates or when there is a new build of Windows as I prefer starting from a fresh clean slate. The problem is even with a 5 user license, give it a few more activations and my license would be blacklisted even though I have uninstalled it before formatting and ensured to remove the license from the product itself so that doesn't matter. Reaching out to customer service to reset my license would take many days sometimes even a week so I stopped using Kaspersky or purchasing / recommending it to anyone.... Has this changed or is it still the same? Other AVs like Avast allow you to de-activate a license installed on a particular system through their online portal (Avast My Account), same case with Avira and Bitdefender. ESET monitors the IP address from where the signature updates are being initiated and has a smart way of detecting license mis-use I don't understand why at this day and age Kaspersky has such a restrictive / not so smart system that cannot tell that the license is being activated on the same machine with the same computer specs / computer name?
  5. This is where I bought it from: http://me.kaspersky.com/en/multi-device-security
  6. I still don't understand The license says: Kaspersky Internet Security - multi device - 2016 (2 Years, 1 device) Does 1 device mean 1 computer and one mobile phone?
  7. so if I have more than one computer but they're all mine, on how many computers is my KIS Multi Device license valid to be installed on? or do they mean 1 computer / 1 mobile device? how does this licensing system work?
  8. Hi there, every once in a while the Windows Security Center reports that both Windows Defender and KAV are turned off but I can see KAV in the taskbar and all components are active. Seems like a bug in KAV not reporting its status correctly to the Windows Security Center. This is on a fresh installation of Windows 10 x64 Build 10586 with all the latest Windows Updates Running KAV 16.0.0.614 ©
  9. BlackBerry Link creates a hidden virus sort of entry in your startup entries called RIMMDNS.exe or something like that. That was initially called Bonjour and introduced by Apple and the process earlier was called mDNSresponder.exe and now RIM uses the same thing but with a different name. What this does is, it logs everything you are doing and sends it to RIM, your passwords, usage habits, sites you visit, everything. It is a camouflaged virus. Don't believe me? just check your startup entries and untick RIMMDNS or whatever it's called something similar to this and reboot, then tell me if you see a difference or not BTW, even if a person uses Apple products like iTunes for example, uninstalling Bonjour from the Control Panel is ok, all that would happen is when you launch iTunes, it would say that Bonjour is missing, but that doesn't affect the functionality of the program. Unfortunately, with every update to iTunes or iCloud, you will get Bonjour again Bonjour is dominating the world, it even gets installed with the latest Logitech Mouse Gaming Software I know this issue for you is about BlackBerry, but just wanting to show you the dangers of mDNSresponder.exe AKA Bonjour
  10. Just installed KAV and when I launched Firefox, it prompted me to install the virtual keyboard which I didn't, I only installed the Dangerous Websites Blocker, but when I restarted Firefox, the virtual keyboard icon was there on the top right. So I went into add-ons and disabled it, then restarted Firefox, it's back again, it never goes away! I don't need this, why isn't it going away?
  11. Also, Time to upgrade those machines which have a 15 year old dead OS (XP). Seriously, XP does not have security anymore, no support for multi core CPUs or large amounts of RAM, it's simple a dead OS edit: Also,
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