Everything posted by kpatzsc
Updated here, and Facebook works fine now with injection on. Could be, but wouldn't KIS give a meaningful message page and/or a notification instead of random characters? It's almost like it was passing SSL encrypted data to the browser without decrypting it. For some people it was intermittent anyway.
You don't have to turn off KIS. Go into Settings -> Additional -> Network -> Traffic Processing and uncheck "Inject script into web traffic to interact with web pages." It makes some functions unavailable such as Safe Money, Private Browsing, URL Advisor and parental control but the remaining security features are still available. When they release a fix, just turn the injection back on.
This problem started happening to me this morning, just in Facebook on Chrome. Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 Home x64 Build 10586 Databases Release Date: Today, 7:23 AM Application Version: 220.127.116.115 © Google Chrome Version 51.0.2704.84 m Turning "Inject script into web traffic to interact with web pages" off allows Facebook to work ok. So this bug still exists, in some form or another.