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      Долгое сохранение сообщений || Delays while posting (click here to read the full text RU/EN)   09/20/2017

      Due to some technical reasons visual delays are possible while message sending. Actually your message is published immediately - just interface works long. In such case, please, do not re-send your message immediately! Press F5 to reload the page and check if your message/topic is published. || По техническим причинам возможно визуально долгое отправление сообщений на форуме. Фактически ваше сообщение публикуется мгновенно - долго отрабатывает графика. В случае подобной ситуации, пожалуйста, сначала обновите страницу (F5) и проверьте, появилось ли ваше сообщение. Не пытайтесь сразу отправить его заново.

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why did Kaspersky give me a message that a Network Attack was

 

successfully stopped like around 2706 times ?

 

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Attacks blocked: 2706

Start time: 2006-6-24 9:28:49

Duration: 01:50:57

 

2006-6-24 11:01:34 DoS.Generic.SYNFlood! Attacker's IP:

 

222.243.162.66. Protocol/service: TCP on local port 8888.

 

Time: 2006-6-24 11:01:34.

2006-6-24 11:01:34 DoS.Generic.SYNFlood! Attacker's IP:

 

222.240.46.225. Protocol/service: TCP on local port 8888.

 

Time: 2006-6-24 11:01:34.

2006-6-24 11:01:34 DoS.Generic.SYNFlood! Attacker's IP:

 

61.187.64.108. Protocol/service: TCP on local p

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maybe someone's doing a DOS attack on you... or some zombie computers are at least. looks like AntiHacker's doing its job... shouldnt affect you too much... DOS attacks usualy slow your internet down.

I'm a fairly newbie person as well, so lets wait for a confirmation from someone who knows more than me!

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why did Kaspersky give me a message that a Network Attack was

successfully stopped like around 2706 times ?

It's because of the default notification settings of KIS 6.0. To change the notification, open "Settings > Service > Notifications > Settings... > Events". Then you can disable for "Hacker attack detection" the notifications you don't want to receive. Even with disabled notification your computer will remain fully protected.

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