Sall

About scan encrypted connections

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I forgot is this enabled by default in Kis or?

 

And do you recommend that it is enabled or disabled ?

 

reason is lately I have gotten some problems with my internet connection when I reboot my computer, suddenly web pages are loading slow and msn wont connect at all.

 

Then after rebooting a couple of times or shutting down the computer and starting up again, it works normal again. Very annoying this, and I wondered if Kis could have anything to do with this ? I use Kis 2009.

 

I went to settings and enabled the scan encrypted connections, then rebooted my computer, and when windows started up again I got a message from windows saying that Kis was trying to install a certificate, I said no to this cause I was unsure what it was and if it was safe.

 

I will try contact my internet provider later today to hear what they have to say about it. My computer is always turned on 24/7, so once the connection is fine things are good untill I reboot. Right now it runs as it should, but the next time I have to make a reboot it will probably give me the same slow connection again with msn not connecting.

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Scan encrypted connections is Off by default, that makes it the recommended setting, by definition. A search of Whizard's posts shows that he often provides lots of detailed information about this. End result is to turn it off, as is default.

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Scan encrypted connections is Off by default, that makes it the recommended setting, by definition. A search of Whizard's posts shows that he often provides lots of detailed information about this. End result is to turn it off, as is default.

 

Thx m8, I will leave it off then :bf:

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