I installed the SAAS package over my previous KSC Free installation and it still calls itself "Kaspersky Security Cloud - Free".
I saw the same blocks when using KFA or KSC Free.
Right. It is Windows firewall that does it. However, after trying a few times, I see that it is only blocked for a second or two, right after system startup. KSN seems to work, and updating seems to work. So maybe it's no big deal? @harlan4096 what is your take on the issue?it was no block caused by Hard Configurator or FirewallHardening
Stupid to ask, but did you disable script injection on browser + ''limit bandwith for data savings''I contacted Kaspersky supporter via email and a real Kaspersky expert (a real person, not a bot) replied my and asked for a full GSI
I submitted to him and he said Kaspersky would address the problem I had
The problem was so serious that I was unable to open Kaspersky GUI (avpui.exe) with .net framework-related error => Kaspersky 2020 is completely unusable in my PC
the problem doesn't exist in 2019 patch F but my browser was super super laggy on patch F. Immediately uninstalled
I did everything I can but still very laggyStupid to ask, but did you disable script injection on browser + ''limit bandwith for data savings''
Yeah i thought you have already tried pretty much everything...for me there is no any difference in browsing speed, but im living with suberb pc/internetI did everything I can but still very laggy
I tried all options in web antivirus and network except disabling https scanning
I didn't have this issue priod to patch f, on my old HDD. Now I have SSD, it's very noticeable
when I opened a link in a new tab, browser paused for 2-5 seconds before I could interact with it
Doesnt sound very promising I just hate the injection on browsers that every antivirus does, and still they push the web extension as bloat after all thatKFA 20 is very nervous about internet connections. I get repeated prompts asking me if MS Outlook should be allowed to connect. And when I was trying to troubleshoot a connectivity issue, the prompts were so constant that I couldn't work.
Back to tweaked Windows Defender.
I was talking about something else, not the injection into browsers, that is standard for 3rd party AVs. I was talking about what seems to me a new feature, at least I haven't encountered it yet. It monitors network connections quite closely. I like the idea in theory, except that in practice, it drove me crazy.Doesnt sound very promising I just hate the injection on browsers that every antivirus does, and still they push the web extension as bloat after all that
I guess were in same boat now, time for uninstall and windows defender + configuredefender+ OSA for me
I always tend to clean install after i swap antivirus, but now i really cba :emoji_disappointed: