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  1. After installing KIS 19 on Windows 10 1803, I was unable to launch OneDrive. I have MS Office 365, which installs a click-and-run version of Office 2016, and as far as I know, the OneDrive is the "for business" version. Disabling KIS active protection did not solve the problem. OneDrive was still blocked. Uninstalling KIS solved it.
  2. I read somewhere that KAR uses a cloud lookup. I assume that this means KSN.
  3. Okay, so I tried the AMTSO CloudCar testfile. KAR blocked it only on execution, not at download. So that means cloud lookup is not working?
  4. How can I test if the antiransomware tool is connecting correctly to the cloud data base? version 1.1.31.0
  5. I am not a skilled malcoder who knows the various sneaky ways of downloading files by means of command line utilities... But more seriously, allow me to rephrase my question: Kaspersky Application Control employs a system of inheriting permissions, by which a child process will not have higher permissions than the parent process. So far so good? Now comes the question: when cmd.exe or powershell calls another process and tells it to perform a certain task, is that treated as a child process, and will inherit permissions accordingly?
  6. I would like to protect my command line tools, such as cmd.exe, so they cannot be abused to download malware. In the "Manage applications" window, under the "Network" column, I set them to "deny". Is this sufficient to achieve my goal? Will this block any process started by cmd.exe from accessing the internet?
  7. I can't really troubleshoot the problem right now, as I have KIS happily reinstalled, but it occurred to me that there must be a scheduled task running at reboot that causes this behavior. Cmd.exe was looking for a non-existent file in a non-existent folder...
  8. I had KIS 2017 on my windows 10 machine, I uninstalled it and then ran KAV remover but I still see a command line string like the following. Even if I delete it, it reappears after a reboot: C:\WINDOWS\system32\cmd.exe /c "C:\Program Files (x86)\Kaspersky Lab\Kaspersky Internet Security 17.0.0\plugins-setup.exe" chrome-extension://fhoibnponjcgjgcnfacekaijdbbplhib/ --parent-window=0 < \\.\pipe\chrome.nativeMessaging.in.cbef7dee56d583bf > \\.\p (copied from NoVirusThanks EXE Radar Pro) what is causing this?
  9. are there any issues with KIS when google chrome is run with appcontainer lockdown enabled?
  10. Let's say I go to my banking site, and I want to sign in by means of LastPass password manager. For my banking site, Lastpass asks me to enter my master password, on the "reprompt" page. How can I use the kaspersky virtual keyboard for that?
  11. I specifically installed 2016, because the 2017 version is not yet fully ready for win10 anniversary update. I found an interesting workaround: if I set file explorer view settings to open to "This PC", instead of "quick access", it opens fast.
  12. when I enable trusted applications mode, I find that file explorer takes a few seconds to open. This can happen several times in one session. I reverted file explorer to default settings, but that did not help. This problem only arises when I enable TAM. windows 10 x64 AU KTS 16.0.1.445(e)
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