- Dec 29, 2014
1 Take a look in the ERP log window, and see if there are any blocked events.
2 Try this: reboot your computer, open Kaspersky, and start up a manual update. See what happens. Even if there is no new update available, Kaspersky will check for its availability.
3 Next time your computer is closed for 12 hours or more, there should be an actual Kaspersky update available, so do 2 again, and see what happens when the update installs.
I have used KIS+ERP without issues, so I don't think ERP is the problem.
Kaspersky does not run a downloaded executable file when it installs signature updates, so ERP should sit quietly on the side while it all happens.
I am just guessing, but maybe your internet connection comes back kind of slow when you log back on, and Kaspersky is already trying to get an update before there is internet, so it fails.Hi,
1. No blocked events
2. Re-booted and run KTS update ok
3. yet to check
Seems it only happens when it logs off and i have to log back on to my PC
Then try the latest beta: http://downloads.novirusthanks.org/files/EXERadar_Pro_x86_x64_v3.1_24062015_BUILD1.exeI have version 3 ( not beta) and its on alert mode.
Excellent idea. The beta is much better, because it gives you a ready-made list of vulnerable processes.Then try the latest beta: http://downloads.novirusthanks.org/files/EXERadar_Pro_x86_x64_v3.1_24062015_BUILD1.exe
That command line looks perfectly normal and safe to me.Hi,
I have just logged into my PC after approx. 18hrs and what flashed up in alert mode was the following :
I have added this as a whitelisted command line rightfully or wrongfully ?
It seemed as though KTS had attempted a number of updates whilst not logged on which were unsuccessful. When i am loggod on there are no issues.
The main difference I know of is that the beta has a ready-made list of vulnerable processes. That's your exploit protection.Would i be better to have the beta version 3 rather than the stable version ?
Not sure what differences there are between the two.