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      Долгое сохранение сообщений || Delays while posting (click here to read the full text RU/EN)   09/20/2017

      Due to some technical reasons visual delays are possible while message sending. Actually your message is published immediately - just interface works long. In such case, please, do not re-send your message immediately! Press F5 to reload the page and check if your message/topic is published. || По техническим причинам возможно визуально долгое отправление сообщений на форуме. Фактически ваше сообщение публикуется мгновенно - долго отрабатывает графика. В случае подобной ситуации, пожалуйста, сначала обновите страницу (F5) и проверьте, появилось ли ваше сообщение. Не пытайтесь сразу отправить его заново.

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  1. Well on Googles home page, look down at the bottom right, Settings........ Settings/Search settings, turn on SafeSearch and Save it. Now if you want to stop your kid from figuring that out and changing it back, you'll have to use the Lock SafeSearch, which is a little more involved and you need a Google account to password protect it. See this Google Video on the procedure. Its from 2009 and Googles look has changed, but you'll get the gist of it.
  2. saxp.zedo - Should I be Concerned?

    Also, not to hijack your thread , just a little more info in addition to the instructions posted in the post above, Kaspersky is doing its job. I will confirm that Yahoo's Mail home page has been pumping out Malware all day today. My brother has been getting attacked all day while on it. Mainly by the Firefox Fake Update Javascript thing. But just about 2 hours ago he was also attacked by the Trojan you were attacked by, and from the same source, a Zedo ad. Zedo is an Ad platform, like Google Ad service. He has had it with Yahoo, he's refusing to log back on. Those 3 detections an hour b4 the Trojan detection were also from Yahoos Mail home page.
  3. Yeah, this does seem like a question for Tech Support, Why is KTS scanning an internally connected SATA drive as an external USB drive? Does it still scan that BD drive with the disk removed?
  4. @DDaniel Also, Questions: Is your Blu-ray drive an internal drive connected to a SATA port on your MOBO? or is it an external Blu-ray drive connected to a USB port? Also from your screenshot in your first post, it looks like the Blu-ray drive has an AT&T DSL setup disc in it? which would explain why its being scanned, if it is in fact a USB connected drive.
  5. Oh I know what you are talking about here, and I stand by what I posted above
  6. Also Hi, "Seed" has to do with how a 'Web Crawler' works. Do a Google search on 'what is a seed url'. Basically whatever Google page your kid is going to is the 'seed' page, and in your Parental Control settings under Internet/Block file downloading section, the type of file that is trying to be downloaded is checked off in your settings as not being allowed.
  7. Hello, If this concerns you, you should do what AMTSO suggests in the quote below, contact Kaspersky Technical Support through My Kaspersky, as this is a detection issue and no one here can help with that. I just did the test and it failed, and I have Anti-Phishing enabled in the Web AV module Advanced Settings and clicking on the Kaspersky box on the AMTSO page just takes me to the Kaspersky home page, so they don't have what AMTSO mentions in the above quote. or maybe why not contact AMTSO and tell them to contact Kaspersky, instead of telling us to do it. This non-detection was just talked about in a thread a week ago.
  8. The license expired unexceptable

    Well the answer is basic math. 549 days is 1-1/2 years. 5/14/2016 to 11/16/2017 is 1-1/2 years. Though how you got a license for 1-1/2 years , is beyond me answering.
  9. Also, According to this support article for KIS 2016, it depends on what Operating System you are running. For KIS 2017/2018 the "About activation code for Kaspersky Lab products" link takes you to this page , the "General articles : Licensing" page, which says the same as the KIS 2016 link, but does not mention the Operating System restrictions??
  10. Also, Where have you been hiding? Best Buy / Geek Squad no longer sells anything Kaspersky, since Sept 8th , 2017. They pulled it from their shelves and website. Google it. They may have charged you for " one year of subscription to their repair service" but I doubt they charged you for anything Kaspersky, since they do not sell it anymore, and if they did you need to contact them. Best Buy Forum thread on the subject.
  11. Also Joe, BSOD's happen so fast and they flash across your screen you never get a chance to actually see what they say. If you download BlueScreenView from here, you can look in each minidump file and see what the actual fault was.
  12. Hi Joe, Checking the first box would be chkdsk /f, file system level, now checking that second box would be chkdsk /r , which implies (includes) /f also, but running a /r on an SSD does nothing, due to how an SSD works (the firmware fixes the errors), so even running the chkdsk /f might not do nothing. And seeing sfc /scannow found nothing to fix , I doubt chkdsk /f will fix anything. You could run just chkdsk alone without any switch. Now after reading a little more myself, I do not have an SSD. You should probably run a S.M.A.R.T. tool on your SSD, and seeing yours is a Corsair, I would download the 'Corsair SSD Toolbox' from here, it includes their S.M.A.R.T. tool, plus it will tell you everything you ever could want to know about your Corsair SSD. Good Luck. That's why I recommended Googling the subject. Google 'Running chkdsk on an SSD' and you'll find many threads with people arguing the subject. Also since you're on a Windows 7 machine I'd read about 'Trim' on a Win 7 SSD. Edit-More info: Corsair Blog on the SSD Toolbox, the link in the blog does not work so use the one I gave above.
  13. Look in your Event Viewer or the Log Events of your GSI upload. You have many Ntfs errors, Event ID 55. " The file system structure on the disk is corrupt and unusable" Your SSD may be failing, you should make a back up. You could run sfc /scannow and chkdsk /f on your SSD drive, they wont hurt it. Google both of those things for more info. But Ntfs errors are usually caused by a failing disc or failing power, but I don't see any Kernel-Power events in you log.
  14. What website are you using? Because its at the top of any Kaspersky website. In fact you can find it at the top of this Forum page under 'My Kaspersky/Company Account', a couple of clicks and you're there.
  15. Also, Kaspersky Pure 3.0 is EOL, End Of Life, not supported anymore, no more updates. End of Life Supported until: 2016 Apr 13 Database updates supported until: 2017 Apr 13 https://support.kaspersky.com/support/support_table#home