Where is the Kaspersky Fake Root Certificate Now stored, to ensure scanning of encrypted traffic works correctly? The reason I ask is
the directory where it would usually be stored now only has 2 certificate key files the
1.cert <-- Is this the new fake root cert?
1.pkey <-- (I know this is the private key)
This is related to this forum post
What it reveals is that devices who can properly authenticate with that TLS setting it's related to missing certificate files.
On Kaspersky KTS 2016,2017 and 2018 had a dedicated "Fake Certificate Public key" Which is used by Kaspersky to verify encrypted traffic the main problem is KTS 2019
this certificate file I found is not on the devices which have issues authenticating. I'm pretty confident that this is the issue causing websites to fail TLS / SSL authentication because this current PC
i'm on is authenticating fine even with the security tls fallback limit set to 4. However computers which lack the previous KTS 2018 "Fake Root Certificate" the SSL / TLS sites fail to work correctly.