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  1. Running the same version here and indeed the problem is not fixed.
  2. I will do that but I don't think it will make a difference. The issue is clearly described in the linked topic and is not a problem with the computer or network configuration. Simply when Kaspersky is enabled, IPv6 pings/traceroutes stop after the first hop from the computer (usually the router).
  3. So I just wanted to note that I have exactly this problem - https://forum.kaspersky.com/index.php?/topic/374028-kes-10-sp2-icmpv6-issue/ But as a home user with KTS 2018. Are there any fixes?
  4. That was my thinking also, it's somehow throttling the PC way back but the raw performance of the disks etc. is still there. It's also managing to do it with like no CPU or disk activity beyond normal.
  5. NVMe SSD here as well with 2200MB/s+ read and I also was able to run a benchmark on the disk while Kaspersky was screwing the system over - all throughputs and latencies looked totally normal. Just the system itself barely works.
  6. The top thread in this forum was already reporting this issue - https://forum.kaspersky.com/index.php?showtopic=367208
  7. Sorry to pull up an old thread, but is there any solution yet which doesn't involve hoping that your ISP is willing to update their router firmware? Is there no option to turn this feature off? For me, IPv6 pings don't work with KIS 2016 installed, but works fine without it installed and also from Linux machines. An IPv6 traceroute shows that the packets are able to leave my network and reach my Internet gateway but are dropped from that point onward - very frustrating. Any help would be much appreciated.
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