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  1. I've just tried this, specifically adding 8010 to my already existing exceptions for 8008-8009. After a reboot and a few hours passed, the issue returned.
  2. I'm not sure how much more time I can afford to give Kaspersky to get this issue fixed. I may have to uninstall and go with a different AV program. None of the fixes or workarounds here work, and Kaspersky inevitably ends up killing all internet connections until the pop-up is clicked, which usually involves killing Kaspersky in the Task Manager because the pop-up locks up Kaspersky. This is a real problem for me as I need a stable VPN connection for work.
  3. I have this extension installed and enabled. Still have the issue. This is the same fix from earlier in this thread, with the exception that it adds port 8008. So I tried that too, but no dice: the issue still occurs on my pcs.
  4. Ok, thanks for the heads up. I did just update the database files though (541KB... there's gotta be something there, right?), so I'm hoping that helps... Edit - nevermind. It didn't.
  5. All Win 7 machines. I only added the Chrome.exe file though. Looking at the above responses, I'm going to try adding the GoogleUpdateCore.exe and software_reporter_tool.exe. Edit - I should also note that I get a whole bunch of warnings, and I have to click the Continue button several times to clear all the messages. All self-signed certificates, all Google Chrome. Attached is what I saw coming back to my PC today after leaving it on and signed in overnight. Also the first time clicking anything on the dialog will freeze up Kaspersky and I'll have to kill it via the Task Manager and let it reload in order to be able to click anything. This happens on all 3 machines as well.
  6. Looks like that 8009 port workaround only lasts for a certain period of time. I enabled it on 3 pcs last night, and they all had the same self-signed certificate pop-up this morning, which blocked all internet activity on those machines until the pop-up was cleared.
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