RejZoR

Level 14
Verified
Just tried Kaspersky Cloud Free v20 again and it's nice to see Kaspersky seriously addressing things we complained about. They've addressed all the issues with recommendations and notifications and is now not bugging anymore if you ignore password manager and other extras.

I just wish there was some easy way to remove Kaspersky extension from Firefox. Also it still seems to be injecting Kaspersky script into all webpages even though I've killed its extension and now NoScript is blocking it (which I'm not sure if it's interfering with web scanning or not in terms of malware protection if I continue blocking kaspersky-labs.com script with NoScript).
 

Azure

Level 25
Verified
Content Creator
Just tried Kaspersky Cloud Free v20 again and it's nice to see Kaspersky seriously addressing things we complained about. They've addressed all the issues with recommendations and notifications and is now not bugging anymore if you ignore password manager and other extras.

I just wish there was some easy way to remove Kaspersky extension from Firefox. Also it still seems to be injecting Kaspersky script into all webpages even though I've killed its extension and now NoScript is blocking it (which I'm not sure if it's interfering with web scanning or not in terms of malware protection if I continue blocking kaspersky-labs.com script with NoScript).
Did you disabled it on...?
Setting > additional > network > inject script
 

SeriousHoax

Level 27
Verified
Malware Tester
I've disabled adding of extension to browser and it keeps on adding it to Firefox. I didn't disable injection of script there. But not unblocking it in NoScript means it's ineffective. They need to address this because the unremovable extension in Firefox is driving me insane.
Did you do it from the web antivirus settings? In Web antivirus settings there's an option something like "Automatically install browser extension in browsers......" Disable that and then disable the extension in Firefox. You won't be able to remove it but it will stay disabled. And you need to disable script injection too. Having this two disabled should solve your problem.
 

mlnevese

Level 19
Verified
Pirchasing the Total Security was a mistake; I no longer use the password manager. Can I activate the Internet Seucurity version using TS product key?
Nope it will automatically update to TS. But the password manager is an optional download. I also have a TS license and don't use the password manager. Actually I bought it beause Kaspersky had a promotion when I renewed that made TS cheaper than IS
 

Outpost

Level 5
Verified

harlan4096

Moderator
Verified
Staff member
Malware Hunter
The product is developed to admit any type of license and then it will become in the product of the specific license...

Just use directly KIS installer + a KIS license...

If You add a KTS to a KIS product, it will become in KTS product... just use a KIS license... :)
 

The Cog in the Machine

Level 21
Verified
The product is developed to admit any type of license and then it will become in the product of the specific license...

Just use directly KIS installer + a KIS license...

If You add a KTS to a KIS product, it will become in KTS product... just use a KIS license... :)
I still have 129 in KTS license. It seems that I will wait till my license expires and then I will purchase a KIS license. Thank you
 

HarborFront

Level 52
Verified
Content Creator
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