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  1. Are my settings i have print screened below alright.
  2. Hi ksnafu, Thanks for the help - i went & unchecked windows Cert. store, AND CHECKED Moz. Cert. Store. Have i done the right thing?? :)
  3. Thanks for the replies. I was checking to see if KTS was scanning TBird emails. Seems OK I really am not sure which version i have (KTS). I just renewed my license last week, so i gather it is 2019. Mefodys you mentioned - p.s. In the current KTS 2019 there is an option for FF/TB to use certificates storage of the OS. Not sure how to see/access that option.
  4. In Thunderbird/tools/options/advanced/certificates/manage certificates/kaspersky Anti Virus Personal Root Certificate/edit trust/ Under edit trust - "this certificate can identify websites" -- this was checked. under edit trust - "this certificate can identify mail users" -- this was unchecked, so i checked it. Is this alright?
  5. thanks for the answer. Yes - i will report any warnings. appreciated - all input on this post. :)
  6. MBAM is gone!! don't need the hassle. As to W. Firewall saying it is on - please again see sc.Shot - says KTS is managing things. W. Firewall says it is off. This discussion does not seem to be progressing. I personally think (and i am no where near being an expert) that W-10 Firewall ON seems to be a Windows made necessity. Went and checked other chats - WR says W-10 works with it's firewall, but it would seem the others say no. So i will continue on. However, i believe it is your job to research the whole W-10 firewall status(s) and their compatibility with KTS Firewall. I have received MUCH help from this forum & i thank you. Keep up the good work. if any answer to my issue comes up, i will listen. For now, i am not going to remove W-FWall via msconfig until i am confident that is the route.
  7. Concerning the screen shot on start of this topic above: Went to my wife's PC. She uses W.7. It also has the items on Screen shot. - However, with W7, in C. Panel/Actioncentre/Security - under "view installed firewall programs" - it has her security provider's Firewall ON, with W.Firewall as OFF. So on my wif's W.7, it seems that although - C.Panel/W.DefenderFirewall/advancedsettings/W.DefenderFirewallProperties.... says W. firewall is on - like i said - under action center/security - it says it is off. HMMMM? Good old W.-10 seems to keep things vague. Hope this helps as you investigate. Again - thank you.
  8. Thank you. what about the questions, as pasted below, taken from start of topic. Q. - Does this mean i have 2 firewalls running? Q. - I can turn them off under the dropdown box beside firewall state. Should I? another Q. - sorry - displaying my PC savvy - how do i go about your answer, Berney. - (MSCONFIG).....
  9. Enclosed a screenShot. The path to it was C.Panel/W.DefenderFirewall/advancedsettings/W.DefenderFirewallProperties.... You will notice in deep yellow hilite - "settings managed by vendor application KTL" . On the smaller R.Screen - Domain Profile, Private profilr, Public Profile are all ON (recommended) under FIREWALL STATE. Does this mean i have 2 firewalls running? I can turn them off under the dropdown box beside firewall state. Should I? KTL is my Firewall choice. Thanks.
  10. RE - MBAM sign at hyper scan completion: "you scan is complete. no threats detected." On the dashboard, it said "you are at risk" -//-- i am gathering this at risk comment has to do with my real time protection disabled.
  11. also - my apologies - the shield had previously given me good advice - RE - MBAM & KTL. So all is good. Thanks, Indio, for your patience in the Question.
  12. also - my apologies - the shield had previously given me good advice - RE - MBAM & KTL. So all is good. Thanks, Indio, for your patience in the Question.
  13. MBAM hyper scan was - 7 seconds. / 2,849 files scanned. ' 0 Threats.
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