Jump to content
ouriran

Update KIS 2016 With Kaspersky Update Utility 3.0 ?

Recommended Posts

Is it possible to update KIS 2016 with Kaspersky Update Utility 3.0

in the application list i can't find 'Kaspersky Internet Security 16'

Share this post


Link to post

It seems Update Utility does not support version 2016 yet. There are some differences compared to version 2015.

Share this post


Link to post
when kaspersky release update utility for 2016?

 

 

Last time it took Kaspersky to support their new product lines (back then it was 2015 versions) 1/2 a year. This is the main reason I do NOT recommend selling or installing Kaspersky's newest versions on clients computers. Of course Kaserpsky rep here will state the opposite, but they are not the one sitting at the clients house waiting for the database to update. Also the update servers are very very very slow. I was on a 25Mbps / 5Mbps connection and was still stuck at the customers house for over 20 to 30 minutes. I find this problem when downloading the install file from Kaspersky's website. It is NOT the internet connection speed because if I use downloadthemall add-on and use more segments I can max out the internet connection. Of course I can't use downloadthemall to speed up the database. It looks like Kaspersky is limiting the download speed for both the install file from their web server as well as their update server.

 

 

I have been selling Kaspersky for over 5 years (easy 1000 units a year) now and if the above doesn't change I will be recommending a different anti-virus. If a Kaspersky admin sees this please contact me directly. I have ask this question countless time and always get the same answer. "it the internet connection" when of course it isn't and I can prove that. yes I have contacted support over and over as well same answer.

Edited by k9182000

Share this post


Link to post

Usually there is no need to re-download databases or setup files many times. Downloaded setup files can be reused. With Kaspersky Update Utility you can create a local copy of the databases. The utility does support version 2016 now, you might need to start an update first to update the list of supported products.

Edited by JanRei

Share this post


Link to post
Usually there is no need to re-download databases or setup files many times. Downloaded setup files can be reused. With Kaspersky Update Utility you can create a local copy of the databases. The utility does support version 2016 now, you might need to start an update first to update the list of supported products.

 

First the setup file does need to be re-downloaded if I'm installing Kaspersky remotely. Saying this doesn't answer my question as to why Kaspersky's download and update servers are so slow?

 

Second yes if the computer is at the office here or I go out to the customers house I do bring the database with me. Again still doesn't answer the first question.

 

I'm using Kaspersky Updater v3.1.0.25. As you can see from the attached screenshot there is no v16 under both Kaspresky total security and Kaspresky internet security.

 

Unless there is a newer version, I just check on the download page and v3.1.0.25 is the latest. Check attached picture.

 

So both of my questions have not been answered. Just today I remotely installed Kaspresky total security. If I didn't use Downloadthemall add-on the web server was throttling the download speed at 56KBps, meaning that the setup file which is 173MB would have taken Around 52 minutes. Using Downloadthemall which forcing the Kaspersky file server to add more download segments (Starting at 4 but need up to 10 to max out connection) I can download the setup file in less than 3 minutes. Of course I can't do this with the database update and because I was installing the product remotely the updater wouldn't help me. So I was stuck there watching Kaspersky update at around dial up speed.

 

So you are saying that I need to do Kaspersky's job and run my own update server and then config all of my customers to my update server which I then update using the updater, which of course doesn't support v16. If this is the case please provide me with details to where I can send Kaspersky an invoice for all of my bandwidth I'll be using. Here in Australia we don't have unlimited data plans.

 

Moderators if you don't know the answer please escalate this to higher tech. I have contacted Kaspersky directly and the support had zero clue as to what I was saying and how to fix it.

post-53708-1444551798_thumb.png

post-53708-1444551804_thumb.png

Share this post


Link to post

Unfortunately, I cannot really help with slow update servers in Australia. I'm in Germany and speed of update servers is okay. You said that you already contacted Kaspersky about this issue. If you post the request number I could try to have someone a second look.

 

Did you start an update in Kaspersky Update Utility as I mentioned in my previous post? It's not necessary to select any products, just click on "Start".

Edited by JanRei

Share this post


Link to post
Unfortunately, I cannot really help with slow update servers in Australia. I'm in Germany and speed of update servers is okay. You said that you already contacted Kaspersky about this issue. If you post the request number I could try to have someone a second look.

 

I'm sorry but I think I deleted the email :unsure:

 

 

Did you start an update in Kaspersky Update Utility as I mentioned in my previous post? It's not necessary to select any products, just click on "Start".

 

Thank you I tried this and yes the 2016 versions of both KTS and KIS appeared.

 

I'm still finding the update servers to be very slow. As you can see, post-53708-1445094355_thumb.png I only get a speed of 28KBps and I never saw it go above 60KBps. My Connection here is 1,200KBps, so it's not my connection. Where are the update servers located? Are they in Russia, like the Australian version of the Kaspersky website? https://geoip.flagfox.net/?ip=93.159.228.16...aspersky.com.au

Share this post


Link to post

Here is the list of all update servers.

 

Please configure this utility and look for the best connection.

Share this post


Link to post
Here is the list of all update servers.

 

Please configure this utility and look for the best connection.

 

Tried all of them, same result. Also if I ping each one of them I get a 277ms ping ect 17 which is 240ms. I tried 17 still same slow speed?

Share this post


Link to post

I think that your internet connection is the bottle neck and not the update servers from KL.

Share this post


Link to post
I think that your internet connection is the bottle neck and not the update servers from KL.

 

Stop blaming my internet connection when clearly it isn't.

 

Speedtest test on my connection.

http://www.speedtest.net/my-result/4760526813

 

Ping test for latency and packet loss.

132993665.png

 

Downloading a You Tube video using 4Kdownloader. As you can see maxes out my internet connection.

post-53708-1445330818_thumb.png

 

Downloading a file through Firefox. AS you can see it maxes out my internet connection.

post-53708-1445331233_thumb.png

 

Downloading the KTS16 from Kaspersky's FTP server using only Firefox. As you can see the download speed sits around 125KBps

post-53708-1445332133_thumb.png

 

Now downloading the same file but using Downloadthemall to force Kaspersky FTP server to use 5 segments. As you can see the download is now maxing out my internet connection.

post-53708-1445332222_thumb.png

 

The same results happen when i download off Kaspersky's web server using HTTP. I need to use Downloadthemall to get above 200KBps.

 

So please before just blankly blaming my internet connection do you research.

 

I have also had the very slow update on a fiber connection which was 25Mbps down and 5Mbps up. The update took around 30 minutes to download 120MB update.

 

Edited by k9182000

Share this post


Link to post
Try to do a traceroute to one of the KL update servers and post them here.

 

No Problem here they are.

 

Tracer to update server one.

Tracing route to dnl-01.geo.kaspersky.com [43.249.37.43]
over a maximum of 30 hops:

  1    <1 ms    <1 ms    <1 ms  my.router [192.168.1.1] 
  2    17 ms    16 ms    16 ms  gw25.way17.adelaide.telstra.net [203.45.246.1] 
  3    21 ms    17 ms    19 ms  tengige0-8-0-0.way-core4.adelaide.telstra.net [203.50.120.4] 
  4    35 ms    33 ms    33 ms  bundle-ether9.exi-core10.melbourne.telstra.net [203.50.11.93] 
  5    47 ms    47 ms    48 ms  bundle-ether12.chw-core10.sydney.telstra.net [203.50.11.124] 
  6    46 ms    46 ms    48 ms  bundle-ether1.oxf-gw11.sydney.telstra.net [203.50.6.93] 
  7    48 ms    46 ms    48 ms  bundle-ether1.sydo-core03.sydney.reach.com [203.50.13.98] 
  8    44 ms    45 ms    43 ms  i-0-1-0-17.sydo-core04.bi.telstraglobal.net [202.84.222.62] 
  9   183 ms   183 ms   183 ms  i-0-2-0-5.1wlt-core01.bx.telstraglobal.net [202.84.140.202] 
10   222 ms   221 ms   222 ms  i-0-4-0-7.eqla01.bi.telstraglobal.net [202.40.149.254] 
11   222 ms   221 ms   223 ms  pacnet-peer.eqla01.pr.telstraglobal.net [134.159.61.130] 
12   250 ms   251 ms   251 ms  ip-61-14-158-22.asianetcom.net [61.14.158.22] 
13   250 ms   251 ms   248 ms  te0-2-0-1.gw1.hkg9.asianetcom.net [61.14.158.57] 
14   278 ms   278 ms   278 ms  LSW-0018.asianetcom.net [61.14.134.243] 
15   280 ms   280 ms   280 ms  43.249.36.11 
16   277 ms   276 ms   276 ms  43.249.37.43 

Trace complete.

 

Tracer to update server two.

Tracing route to dnl-02.geo.kaspersky.com [43.249.37.43]
over a maximum of 30 hops:

  1     1 ms    <1 ms    <1 ms  my.router [192.168.1.1] 
  2    17 ms    18 ms    17 ms  gw25.way17.adelaide.telstra.net [203.45.246.1] 
  3    20 ms    19 ms    19 ms  tengige0-8-0-0.way-core4.adelaide.telstra.net [203.50.120.4] 
  4    32 ms    33 ms    33 ms  bundle-ether9.exi-core10.melbourne.telstra.net [203.50.11.93] 
  5    47 ms    48 ms    47 ms  bundle-ether12.chw-core10.sydney.telstra.net [203.50.11.124] 
  6    48 ms    48 ms    49 ms  bundle-ether1.oxf-gw11.sydney.telstra.net [203.50.6.93] 
  7    47 ms    48 ms    49 ms  bundle-ether1.sydo-core03.sydney.reach.com [203.50.13.98] 
  8    44 ms    45 ms    45 ms  i-0-1-0-17.sydo-core04.bi.telstraglobal.net [202.84.222.62] 
  9   185 ms   183 ms   183 ms  i-0-2-0-5.1wlt-core01.bx.telstraglobal.net [202.84.140.202] 
10   222 ms   221 ms   223 ms  i-0-4-0-7.eqla01.bi.telstraglobal.net [202.40.149.254] 
11   223 ms   223 ms   222 ms  pacnet-peer.eqla01.pr.telstraglobal.net [134.159.61.130] 
12   252 ms   251 ms   250 ms  ip-61-14-158-22.asianetcom.net [61.14.158.22] 
13   251 ms   251 ms   252 ms  te0-2-0-1.gw1.hkg9.asianetcom.net [61.14.158.57] 
14   278 ms   278 ms   278 ms  LSW-0018.asianetcom.net [61.14.134.243] 
15   280 ms   281 ms   281 ms  43.249.36.11 
16   276 ms   276 ms   276 ms  43.249.37.43 

Trace complete.

 

Also here is a ping to the first update server. As you can see no packet drop after 116 packs sent/received and with only around 2 to 3 ms difference between all of them?

Pinging dnl-01.geo.kaspersky.com [43.249.37.43] with 32 bytes of data:
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=275ms TTL=47
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=275ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=275ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=275ms TTL=47
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=275ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=47
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=47
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=47
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=47
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=47
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=47
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=275ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=47
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=275ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=275ms TTL=47
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=47
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=275ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=275ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=275ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=47
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=47
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=275ms TTL=47
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=47
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=47
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=47
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=47
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=275ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=47
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=275ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=47
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=47
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=47
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=275ms TTL=47
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=275ms TTL=47
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=275ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=279ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=278ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=47
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=47
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=47
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=47
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=277ms TTL=45
Reply from 43.249.37.43: bytes=32 time=276ms TTL=45

Ping statistics for 43.249.37.43:
    Packets: Sent = 116, Received = 116, Lost = 0 (0% loss),
Approximate round trip times in milli-seconds:
    Minimum = 275ms, Maximum = 279ms, Average = 276ms
Control-C

Share this post


Link to post
Is it possible to update KIS 2016 with Kaspersky Update Utility 3.0

in the application list i can't find 'Kaspersky Internet Security 16'

 

It's possable update KIS16 (KIS2016) with Kaspersky Update Utility 3.0 .

Kaspersky Update Utility 3.0 可以支援KIS16 (KIS2016)更新

 

Close Kaspersky Update Utility 3.0 and use the notepad open updater.xml,

關閉Kaspersky Update Utility 3.0,然後使用筆記本開啟updater.xml。

 

found

找到

      <element>
        <name>KasperskyInternetSecurrity_15_0</name>
        <version>15.0.[0.463, 1.415, 2.*]</version>
        <component>SUPD;ADBU;AH;APU;BB;BLST2;CORE;HIPS2;INFO;KAV15;KFPE;KDB;EMU;ARK;VLNS;QSCAN;
KHSE;KSN;PARCTL;PAS5;SCO;SSA;SW2;UDS;UPDATER;VKC;WA;WMUF</component>
        <tree>index/u1313g.xml</tree>
      </element>

 

then add the following period

然後再下面新增這段

 

      <element>
        <name>KasperskyInternetSecurrity_16_0</name>
        <version>16.0.0.614</version>
        <component>SUPD;ADBU;AH;APU;BB;BLST2;CORE;HIPS2;INFO;KAV16;KFPE;KDB;EMU;ARK;VLNS;QSCAN;
KHSE;KSN;PARCTL;PAS5;SCO;SSA;SW2;UDS;UPDATER;VKC;WA;WMUF;DNT</component>
        <tree>index/u1313g.xml</tree>
      </element>

 

save and run Kaspersky Update Utility 3.0

存檔,並且運行Kaspersky Update Utility 3.0,即可支援KIS16 (KIS2016)更新

Edited by rick123159

Share this post


Link to post

Can someone confirm if this has worked with them please?

I have tried this and does not work.

 

If anyone knows if there is a new update utility for KIS 2016, that would be great.

 

Cheers

 

It's possable update KIS16 (KIS2016) with Kaspersky Update Utility 3.0 .

Kaspersky Update Utility 3.0 可以支援KIS16 (KIS2016)更新

 

Close Kaspersky Update Utility 3.0 and use the notepad open updater.xml,

關閉Kaspersky Update Utility 3.0,然後使用筆記本開啟updater.xml。

 

found

找到

      <element>
        <name>KasperskyInternetSecurrity_15_0</name>
        <version>15.0.[0.463, 1.415, 2.*]</version>
        <component>SUPD;ADBU;AH;APU;BB;BLST2;CORE;HIPS2;INFO;KAV15;KFPE;KDB;EMU;ARK;VLNS;QSCAN;
KHSE;KSN;PARCTL;PAS5;SCO;SSA;SW2;UDS;UPDATER;VKC;WA;WMUF</component>
        <tree>index/u1313g.xml</tree>
      </element>

 

then add the following period

然後再下面新增這段

 

      <element>
        <name>KasperskyInternetSecurrity_16_0</name>
        <version>16.0.0.614</version>
        <component>SUPD;ADBU;AH;APU;BB;BLST2;CORE;HIPS2;INFO;KAV16;KFPE;KDB;EMU;ARK;VLNS;QSCAN;
KHSE;KSN;PARCTL;PAS5;SCO;SSA;SW2;UDS;UPDATER;VKC;WA;WMUF;DNT</component>
        <tree>index/u1313g.xml</tree>
      </element>

 

save and run Kaspersky Update Utility 3.0

存檔,並且運行Kaspersky Update Utility 3.0,即可支援KIS16 (KIS2016)更新

 

Share this post


Link to post

Update Utility supports version 2016. You might have to start an update first to update the list of supported products. There should be no need to manually edit files.

Share this post


Link to post

Many thanks JanRei. Good to know that 2016 is supported with this update utility.

 

Update Utility supports version 2016. You might have to start an update first to update the list of supported products. There should be no need to manually edit files.

 

Share this post


Link to post
It's possable update KIS16 (KIS2016) with Kaspersky Update Utility 3.0 .

Kaspersky Update Utility 3.0 可以支援KIS16 (KIS2016)更新

 

Close Kaspersky Update Utility 3.0 and use the notepad open updater.xml,

關閉Kaspersky Update Utility 3.0,然後使用筆記本開啟updater.xml。

 

found

找到

      <element>
        <name>KasperskyInternetSecurrity_15_0</name>
        <version>15.0.[0.463, 1.415, 2.*]</version>
        <component>SUPD;ADBU;AH;APU;BB;BLST2;CORE;HIPS2;INFO;KAV15;KFPE;KDB;EMU;ARK;VLNS;QSCAN;
KHSE;KSN;PARCTL;PAS5;SCO;SSA;SW2;UDS;UPDATER;VKC;WA;WMUF</component>
        <tree>index/u1313g.xml</tree>
      </element>

 

then add the following period

然後再下面新增這段

 

      <element>
        <name>KasperskyInternetSecurrity_16_0</name>
        <version>16.0.0.614</version>
        <component>SUPD;ADBU;AH;APU;BB;BLST2;CORE;HIPS2;INFO;KAV16;KFPE;KDB;EMU;ARK;VLNS;QSCAN;
KHSE;KSN;PARCTL;PAS5;SCO;SSA;SW2;UDS;UPDATER;VKC;WA;WMUF;DNT;APD</component>
        <tree>index/u1313g.xml</tree>
      </element>

 

save and run Kaspersky Update Utility 3.0

存檔,並且運行Kaspersky Update Utility 3.0,即可支援KIS16 (KIS2016)更新

 

Or you can download updater.xml

或者下載update.xml

Edited by rick123159

Share this post


Link to post

×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

We use cookies to make your experience of our websites better. By using and further navigating this website you accept this. Detailed information about the use of cookies on this website is available by clicking on more information.