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Everything posted by Curious_George

  1. Thanks much indio. It's not so much the notifications. My concern is does the connection go through, therefore creating an unsafe connection that can be open to malware? Yes, i do delete the temp files. Apparently the PC cleaner in the Application manager is scheduled and done automatically. Thanks again... have a great day!
  2. Web AntiVirus shows report shows below: "SSL connection with invalid certificate detected. Certificate error: Invalid name of certificate. Either the name is not on the allowed list, or was explicitly excluded. Application: Google Chrome" Question: Is the connection made anyway? In Firefox, a pop-up shows up to ask whether to block or to allow. There is no such option in Chrome. Note: I used to use Firefox but somehow I have not been able to open: "Entry point not found. Couldn't load XPCOM" Thanks !!!
  3. Thanks again Richbuff, I can't see the pinned topics you mentioned - what am I missing? Would you please be so kind as to provide me the links to the related topics
  4. Hi richbuff, Thanks so much! I like your response - was allowed "because it is probably ok". I have not changed any settings at all; I seldom use IE. No custom rules created - never did any. I was looking for a file, don't even remember now; the IE browser came up; I hit something, then the Kaspersky notification just popped up. So, nothing for me to worry about this, I hope. You concur? By the way - on the screenshot, you may have noticed that AMD Quick Stream genarated a Suspicious action also but was blocked. I get this everyday . A while back I had a blue screen of death, and the 'repair tech' installed an AMD driver- ever since I get this AMD Quick Stream which I know nothing about. Would appreciate your kind advice/assistance on this. Thanks again and have a wonderful day/weekend.
  5. Why was it not blocked instead of being allowed. Is my computer safe to use? Thanks. Application: Internet Control Panel Application path: C:\Windows\System32\inetcpl.cpl Typo. Date happened was 01/17/2019.
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