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From 2 days kis 2014 alert me with this pop up

 

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os win 8.1 (x64)

kis 2014 (d)

kpm (latest)

 

kpm isn't third part software, why kis have doubt?

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We've check it.

 

 

thank you.

it will be released an update for it ?

because this problem persist

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From 2 days kis 2014 alert me with this pop up

 

post-25514-1390802285_thumb.jpg

 

os win 8.1 (x64)

kis 2014 (d)

kpm (latest)

 

kpm isn't third part software, why kis have doubt?

 

Hello, koda2

 

This is not a problem, just KIS check the certificate and asks you to confirm that you do trust this certificate.

Please collect traces of KIS and we'll try to find out for sure is this a bug or normal behaviour.

 

Best regards

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Hello, koda2

 

This is not a problem, just KIS check the certificate and asks you to confirm that you do trust this certificate.

Please collect traces of KIS and we'll try to find out for sure is this a bug or normal behaviour.

 

Best regards

 

hello Dmitry

i've enabled traces

started kpm, promptly kis showed pop up

disabled traces

copied 2 files log.enc1 in zipped folder

 

hoping that can help you

 

https://www.mediafire.com/?l7brrk7o5nj6n4r

password : koda2

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................. and we'll try to find out for sure is this a bug or normal behaviour.

 

Best regards

 

there are news in regard ??

kis continues with alerts

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there are news in regard ??

kis continues with alerts

Hi!

We've created the Bug 790162.

As a workaround you can disable SSL-connections scan in KIS settings.

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Hi!

We've created the Bug 790162.

As a workaround you can disable SSL-connections scan in KIS settings.

 

Thanks for reply

 

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