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  1. Hello @Mefodys, Many thanks for the update. I shall wait for patch D before upgrading to KIS 2018. But for now, I'll stick with the more stable KIS 2017.
  2. Hi Many thanks for the update. Is there a ETA for when patch D is likely to come out?
  3. Hi acetone802000 Many thanks for your post. The recommendation from Kaspersky labs Moscow is to stick with KIS 2017, as the bug found is so deep within the code that it cannot be fixed until the 2019 version. I hope this helps. Peter
  4. Hi richbuff Thanks for the reply, I've just submitted the issue to Tech Support with all the relevant files. Seems to be a software bug or driver issue to me.
  5. Hi, I've been experiencing random BSODs since updating to KIS 2018. After digging around in the dump file (see attached), I've noticed that wcnfs.sys is the culprit. After searching for wcnfs.sys, it lead me to Kaspersky Internet Security. Is there some kind of errant bug that made it past beta testing? My PC is no more than 2 months old, and is running Windows 10 Pro 1705 x64. Peter 082817-33875-01.dmp
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