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  1. Here's the only thing I can think of, and probably doubtful it will work. Try going into the thumb drive properties and make it to be where you're supposed to Eject the drive manually, as opposed to quick connect/disconnect. This might make a difference.
  2. Hello. Well you could try just deleting that Kaspersky SSL certificate. It will make a new one when it restarts. I had forgotten about that when I did my earlier reply. You do have multiple profiles right? I know you don't want to do the master password bit, and I probably wouldn't want to either, never been a fan of that stuff, but I believe the purpose of it is to allow Kaspersky more permissions to get involve with this. The default profile would work well, but the other's not the same. I believe Kaspersky sees the other profiles as other people and that might be the issue for not wanting to go there, not sure. Does that error you get show when you do have encrypted scanning enabled?
  3. Oh ok, I didn't know that about XP only going up to SP2 for x64. That's wierd. I don't think your other programs would interfere with this SSL stuff, but I gotta say, when it comes to SSL, there's been issues from Kaspersky for a while now from using their own SSL fake certificate. So really I'm not sure what to think here. As far as those other spyware programs, with Kaspersky doing the same thing and just as good, you really don't need using those. Kaspersky is top notch when it comes to security and covering everything you can imagine. Spyware isn't a huge task for any program and Kaspersky has always covered it and a lot more besides. If it was me, I'd try uninstalling those other programs and make KIS/KAV more efficient as it performs. You might want to manually re-install the Kaspersky SSL certificate into your browser. I'm only familiar with Firefox for that, but it would be about the same for all of them for importing. Otherwise, perhaps a reinstall of KIS/KAV might help. If neither helps, I would have to say it might be XP SP2 then. I know on other security programs the cut-off is XP SP3 and nothing earlier. Hope this helps a little
  4. In addition to what The Shield posted above, You might want to try reinstalling Kaspersky's SSL certificate manually. It's easy enough to do and may help on this. Copy the certificate to any easily accessible location, e.g. to Desktop. The certificated is located in the folder: С:\ProgramData\KasperskyLab\AVPX.0.0\Data\Cert\(fake)Kaspersky Anti-Virus Personal Root Certificate.cer where X stands for the application version. ProgramData is a hidden folder. To access it, enable display of hidden files and folders. Then in Firefox go to 'Options'. (Not sure what version of FIrefox you have, but), in the newer version of FF, go to 'Options' - 'Privacy and Security'. Go to bottom of screen where it shows 'Certificates'. Click the View Certificates. In that window, click the 'Your Certificates' and then do an Import. Find the certificate where you made a copy of it and import it. In this way, Firefox will re-establish the SSL certificate and bind it to the server and Firefox. It may work. Otherwise, if you have multiple profiles, having a master password for all profiles will work better in this regard of SSL certs and applying.
  5. As a further sidenote, following other suggestions: Is this a new USB drive from before? Does it have more than 64GB? If it does, Kaspersky doesn't recognize > 64GB the last I knew. Not sure why.. One more note, is it considered a Removable disk or Local Disk? I believe local disks fare better as well, when < 64GB
  6. Barfly I believe the ' ff.kis.v2.scr.kaspersky-labs.com ' is used on websites for protection and to sustain blocks on data collections from web sites. But that can be overrided to allow. In outlook, if you have issues, have you tried to disable encrypted connections scanning? This can go a long ways for helping email programs. Not sure if I have a handle on everything you're experiencing other than slower connections, but willing to go further in helping, with anything related.
  7. Well if it's recent, then it isn't what I mentioned. But could be part of the issue in whole. There's been SSL cert errors before because of what I mentioned, but in your case, it could be a matter of XP slowly losing support. Not sure tho. Do you have any other security programs installed? If so might be a conflict with SSL. How come you didn't update to XP SP3 from SP2 ? This might make all the difference if there were bugs squashed involving SSL. Just curious is all.
  8. You might want to try this: Under the Anti-Virus settings, make sure it doesn't do external drives, network drives, no email. Then for additional settings, have it only scan 'New or Changed' files, instead of All files. Have the scanning of archives with a limit, of say, 100MB..Give this a try and see if it helps.
  9. The best way to explain it and to make a long story short. It's a matter of Kaspersky using their own SSL certificate, out of security concerns. The SSL certificate thats getting used from a specific site is compared with Kaspersky's, I believe, and sometimes there's a descrepancy between the two Certificates. You might say its a matter of incompatibilities for the 2 certs that are getting used. This is my understanding, that goes way back for when this started.
  10. I guess old info can still work! lol...who would of guessed really. I just didn't have anything else to go on, and since I was totally unfamiliar with your kind of issue you were experiencing, I still thought, something is better than nothing! I'm glad it worked out for ya Kinda wierd tho that you use POP3 and that setting change was in regards to IMAP. I would of never thought it would of worked at all. But figured it was possible nonetheless, especially if it made POP3 follow likewise for fetching all of the file instead of partial chunk sizes.
  11. This may or may not work. As I only use Gmail and all I can come up with is information regarding 2012/2013 version of Kaspersky. But worth a shot anyways, just in case. Since no one else has replied, you might want to check out these 2 scenario's. 1. Do you use a filter for incoming messages where some may be redirected to another folder, perhaps? If so, the last I knew, Kaspersky only scans the Inbox folder. 2. Here is a link in case you need to change a setting using Thunderbird. It has to do with incoming msg's and if they are in chunks or not. This makes a difference for Kaspersky for anti-virus scanning. The setting should be set to '0' or False.. https://utils.s.kaspersky-labs.com/special/kis2012/23_kis2012_mail_antivirus_en.pdf Thunderbird is almost ALL the way down the page...I do hope this helps you, whether 1st or 2nd comment.
  12. Yeah, the site is in Japan, but the blogs are World-Wide is all. The text you seen was German and apparently it's a International Blog site, which is popular. The text was for Windows, Help and support. I wouldn't worry too much about sites, especially in different languages really, with Kaspersky, you're well covered for any sites that have malware, or phishing sites or even those with malformed SSL certs. If you have any AD blocking extensions, that's a bonus and helps alot as well.
  13. Going by what you have for URL, there's many pages on that site. It's where the blogs get posted, so without the full URL, no one could ever hope to see what you're referring to. Using hxxp:// as part of link works well. But for 5 sites I went to with that beginning, none were malware related in behaviour. As far as keywords, that's all about getting higher rankings with searches is all, nothing to do with malware trappings. Not sure what you seen that made you think it was some kind of malware site or honeypot. Click collecting is nothing more than that, to see how many people visited is all..Hope this helps
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