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  1. Also, On top of everything else said above, that 'popup' is not from Kaspersky Total Security (KTS), its from Kaspersky Security Scan (KSS) which was just a free scanner and did not remove anything, it just told you that you were infected, also it is no longer supported since the release of Kaspersky Free. You probably have 2 things installed. Though Kaspersky's US website makes it look like it is still available, all the links for it take you to Kaspersky Free.
  2. Also, If you want to turn it off you need to uncheck it and click the 'Apply' button, which will become available once you 'uncheck' it.
  3. @631c Also Berny's link in #1 is not the correct link/answer for your question, that link is for a new activation. The link you need to add a new code to an already existing activation is https://support.kaspersky.com/13278#block2
  4. A Kaspersky Tech Support response on the subject: "We would like to inform you that with the introduction of the 2019 version, the Anti-Spam plugin in all versions of Outlook has been discontinued. That is why you no longer see it and even a re-installation would not not work, it is by design. The reasons behind this decision are the decline in the number of customer using this feature and the fact that the majority of them use web-based email services. Bear in mind that this is the only change. The remaining parts of Anti-Spam will still be operating as usual (the component will be scanning and checking network traffic for spam). Mail Anti-Virus and its plugin were left intact, everything remains the same. Apologies for any inconvenience this might cause."
  5. Also, Well using Google translate the problem is that you are looking at the wrong report, not your scans, you are looking at the Network Attack Blocker Report for a 24 hour time period, and it hasn't blocked anything in 24 hours. Change your drop down menus for what report you want to look at (left side) and pick the time period (right side). In Turkish from Google Translate (Google Translate'den Türkçe): Sorun şu ki, yanlış rapora bakıyorsunuz, bu taramalarınız değil, 24 saat boyunca Network Attack Blocker Raporuna bakıyorsunuz ve 24 saat içinde hiçbir şeyi engellemedi. Açılan menülerinizi hangi rapora bakmak istediğinize göre (sol taraf) ve zaman dilimini (sağ taraf) seçin.
  6. @Anakin11 Who did you buy it from? You never mention that. If it was from Kaspersky thru Digital River use the procedure from the bottom link at this page. Disregard the year of the product. Your problem comes from you not unchecking the 'Auto Renewal' box when you bought it.
  7. Well Kaspersky is not the only one that flags your website. You should have someone that knows what they are doing check that out. VirusTotal#1 VirusTotal#2 and Sucuri does not like your certificate setup and some settings on your server.
  8. I bet you are indeed really infected. If you are really running KIS 2014, which has NOT GOT a database update since January 8, 2017, next month is 2 years without a database update. That program should have been screaming at you to do something. And without a database update for that long, even if you do get KIS 2018 installed, I would never trust that machine again. You might be better off saving what you can, and blowing out the OS, and reinstalling it. And if you do not have a Windows 7 copy, buy a Windows 10 license, since Windows 7 goes down the drain in 13 months, January 14, 2020-DEAD-EOL-End Of Life..
  9. There is no Outlook Add-On in KIS 2019 A Kaspersky Tech Support response on the subject: "We would like to inform you that with the introduction of the 2019 version, the Anti-Spam plugin in all versions of Outlook has been discontinued. That is why you no longer see it and even a re-installation would not not work, it is by design. The reasons behind this decision are the decline in the number of customer using this feature and the fact that the majority of them use web-based email services. Bear in mind that this is the only change. The remaining parts of Anti-Spam will still be operating as usual (the component will be scanning and checking network traffic for spam). Mail Anti-Virus and its plugin were left intact, everything remains the same. Apologies for any inconvenience this might cause." ALSO Outlook 2007 and Office 2007 are DEAD, End-Of-Life (EOL), over a year ago. No more support of any kind from Microsoft.
  10. Plus what Mr Buff recommends..................though I think in your post you have already enabled that. It's a legal issue>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Lawsuits Kaspersky is not as aggressive in detecting PUPs/PUAs as other AV vendors...........and Anti-Malware vendors...........who give you the 'choice' to remove them. For the most part what a PUP/PUA (Adware) does is legal, and most of the time you the user (though not always) authorized its installation alongside something else you installed, because the user did not pay attention and nobody reads EULAs. Google is your friend..............read about what a PUP is and why AVs do not automatically remove them.
  11. You need to set the default browser for Safe Money from within Kaspersky, not Windows. How to choose a browser to open websites from the Safe Money interface To set the default browser which will be opened in the Protected Browser mode: Click the settings icon in the lower left corner of the Kaspersky Internet Security main window. If you’re not sure how to open the application, see this article. Go to the Protection section and select Safe Money. In the To proceed to websites from the Safe Money window, use drop-down list, select the browser you want to use. The default browser has now been changed. Then update it to IE11 but I would use Firefox too.
  12. Well it's still FREE. I guess since its running as a 'Service' it requires you to 'Subscribe'. I'm not exactly sure since I do not use it. What are your worries about choosing a subscription?.............That you might have to pay?.............And if you do go ahead and choose, and it says you need to pay, you should contact Technical Support. The FAQ at the bottom of this page answers questions about the 'Service' and why the word 'Cloud' was used even though it's still installed on your machine.
  13. They are both still available, but Kaspersky Security Cloud Free needs to be used in conjunction with a 'My Kaspersky' account, NO subscription. If you are in the US: Kaspersky Security Cloud-Free Kaspersky Free AV
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