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  1. That's one of the first things I tried, to no avail. However, I've solved my problem. While I couldn't find how to allow all traffic from my scanner's IP address, I figured out which HP program was doing the deed (HPScan). I specified that as a "Trusted application" in Settings|Additional|Threats and Exclusions|Specify trusted applications. All is well now. Thanks.
  2. Thanks for letting me know of the update. However, the problem remains. Error while firewall is running. No problem when firewall is not running. Is there a report to run that will show exactly what gets blocked when I try to scan? Frustrating. Thanks. Ken
  3. I'm running Kaspersky Total Security ver. (g). I have a HP Officejet Pro 8620, with a wired connection to my network. Until a few days ago, I was able to scan to a network folder just fine. After the latest (big) Windows 10 update, I could no longer scan. Scanner (which has a static IP address) gives an error regarding connecting to the computer. I turned off the firewall, and the scanner connects to the network folder fine, and scans successfully. How do I modify the firewall to allow the scanner to connect? FWIW, in Kaspersky's Settings|Protection|Firewall|Networks|Network properties, under my ethernet network, network status shows "Trusted network," but Status shows "disconnectect." Thanks, Ken
  4. Firefox just updated to 43.0, and upon restarting it reported that "Kaspersky Protection cound not be verified for use in Firefox and has been disabled." What now?
  5. Is there an update on Stagefright protection yet? Thanks.
  6. How can I confirm whether I'm running the premium version of KIS on my Android? I have a multi-device license for Kaspersky Total security, and using that activation code, I downloaded and installed Kaspersky Internet Security on my Android. I do not believe that I opted for "premium" at that time, though I remember there were options to trial it for free or to purchase a premium license. Now, a few days later, I decided to go for the free trial, but I couldn't figure out how to do that. I just spent a frustrating 30 minutes or so on the phone with K tech support, who finally told me that because I have the multi-device Total Security license and used that activation code for my Android Internet Security, that I'm already running the premium version on my phone, at no extra charge. However, I'm skeptical, because on my phone, under Licensing, it shows "Limited subscription." How can I tell what I'm running? (One of the main reasons I want "premium" is for real-time scanning of MMS's, so I want to know if I'm getting that.) Thanks.
  7. I'm running Total Security on a machine that has two external (USB) drives. Is there a way to schedule a scan of the hard drive only (excluding the two external drives), and a different tune a a scan of the exetnal drives?
  8. OK. That makes my decision for me. Many thanks, once again.
  9. Sorry if I'm not understanding, but I want to be specific: Without Premium, are my MMS and SMS being scanned as they arrive? Thanks.
  10. "Premium" says something about "real-time" protection, which makes me wonder whether without premium my incoming MMSs and SMSs are being scanned as they come in. Any info on that? Many thanks for your prompt answers!
  11. Thanks. I noticed that in KIS for Android, there's "premium protection" for an additional license fee. Are you familiar with that feature? Is it a "necessity"?
  12. I just installed KIS on my Android (Galaxy S6). Does KIS scan incoming text messages (both MMS and SMS) for exploits like Stagefright? I've already set my phone to disable auto-fetching of MMS messages, but I'd like to know if I can enable that again, now that I've installed KIS. Many thanks.
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