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  1. Not sure whatever that post is all about. But your system clearly does not meet the minimum requirements.
  2. Unfortunately we do not discuss / nor support malware analysis on this forum. This is strictly for Kaspersky products support.
  3. There is a corporate product called Kaspersky for Linux: https://support.kaspersky.com/kes10linux
  4. You need at least Windows 7 to run KFA as per the following KB (anything else is at your own risk): https://support.kaspersky.com/12962
  5. 1) Update servers use a CDN so its not really relevant where they are in the world. Are you seeing latency issues with the ones you are currently utilizing or anything else? 2) You can try something here https://www.kaspersky.com.au/downloads/thank-you/internet-security-free-trial but from my experience once the program is up and running its pretty much the same really. Any questions let us know!
  6. >>I'm worried that if even trying it, that it'll take me hours or days to get WiFi working again, presumably when/if 'Secure Connection' might well result in loss of my WiFi access. I am not sure what you are asking here? Are you afraid to try out this feature because it breaks your WIFI connectivity. Please clarify this. Thanks!
  7. That means this is not a Kaspersky issue. You are not using the correct credentials either username or password. You will need to work with your IT department on this.
  8. AVP.exe acts as a proxy, so when you are surfing Web-AV is protecting you by scanning traffic by looping it back trough itself.
  9. You can ask via my.kaspersky.com we are just speculating here on the forums.
  10. Does disabling Scan Encrypted connection in Settings help at all? Also if you right click on K and choose exit, does Outlook still prompt for a password?
  11. Yes, feel free to grab a fresh copy and test it out.
  12. So what seems to be the problem? To scan SSL/TLS you need to be in the middle. If you are not you cannot scan it. You have an option to switch it off. Also the official support is via my.kaspersky.com
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