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Hello,

Apolgies for if missing this in the Knowledge Database or anywhere
else, but in that I'm relegated to using a public WiFi for
my laptop's and having just installed K's free version of AV, the
install process resulted in asking if I wanted to turn on the Secure
Connections feature.

I'm worried that if even trying it, that it'll take me hours or days
to get WiFi working again, presumably when/if 'Secure Connection'
might well result in loss of my WiFi access.

Details regarding my (originally Vista, now W7P) HP laptop's
OEM supported WiFi and my (XP) Acer Netbook's OEM WiFi adapters are
as follows...

Acer:

Atheros AR5007EG Wireless Network Adapter
Auto IP Address: 10.0.11.112 / 20
Gateway: 10.0.0.1
Dhcp Server: 10.0.0.1
Physical Address: 00:23:4E:10:69:C5

HP:

Intel(R) WiFi Link 5100 AGN

Gateway: 10.10.70.1

Dhcp Server: none responded

Physical Address: 00:16:EA:81:08:80

Connection Speed: 54 Mbps

Microsoft ISATAP Adapter

Networking Dns Servers: 8.8.8.8 & 4.2.2.3

 

Please advise me and/or moderator if anything above is a security
risk or violates terms of service.


Advance thanks and kudos for any helpfully constructive replies.

Best regards to all and to all, happ-e-trails,

wguru

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:) The below kaspersky tech article contain, basic information about

how Kaspersky Secure Connection works it will improve your

Wi-Fi connection : Try it on to find out - Open this web

Page : https://support.kaspersky.com/14448

 

Regarding the supported - Data on your devices it looks

Up to the acceptable Standards. So no worries you're ok

 

Now with your 3rd question on "Non-Scaleable kaspersky windows"

I'll leave the answer to another member : Regards from indio

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>>I'm worried that if even trying it, that it'll take me hours or days
to get WiFi working again, presumably when/if 'Secure Connection'
might well result in loss of my WiFi access.

I am not sure what you are asking here? Are you afraid to try out this feature because it breaks your WIFI connectivity. Please clarify this. Thanks!

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