harlan4096

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Hi,

Patch is available for testing now. Our browser plug-in has new version. We suppose there may be some bugs.

Update sources: Index of /ap/

Please note that to install the patch in KSeC (KSDE), you need to update the product from the test server using the commands below.
Windows x86cd "%ProgramFiles%\Kaspersky Lab\Kaspersky Secure Connection 4.0"avp.com update Index of /ap/

Windows x64cd "%ProgramFiles(x86)%\Kaspersky Lab\Kaspersky Secure Connection 4.0"avp.com update Index of /ap/

Check the presence of a patch in the standard windows "Support", "About the program."

Fixed:
∙ A warning that the account compromised might not appear when KPM present
∙ Anti-banner context menu was returned
∙ Sometimes update process stucks until the OS restarted
∙ Increased upload speed when enabled Web AV
∙ Improved product stability

Added:
∙ Improved compatibility with FireFox
∙ Added the ability to customize GUI skins
∙ Functionality "Devices in my network" now can scan wired networks to
∙ Basic support for Win10 20H1

To begin testing you need to do next:
1. Install product
2. Update from public servers and reboot OS
3. Enable traces
4. Set Manual mode of Update
5. Set Update source: Index of /ap/
6. Reboot OS

As usual I'd like to remind you:
1) If you found any problem, please, re-check it on the previous patch. Here we are looking only for bugs related to current patch.
2) Don't forget about traces and screenshots.

Bug report: version 2020MR0
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Bryan320

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I will continue to wait on my test machine to see how long it will take for Patch (H) to manually hit the system hopefully it will push it automatically.....
 
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mlnevese

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As I said before Kaspersky should follow ESET's example here. If an user hits update manually then send the latest version immediately. Having to use a register edit for faster update is ridiculous.
 

Bryan320

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As I said before Kaspersky should follow ESET's example here. If an user hits update manually then send the latest version immediately. Having to use a register edit for faster update is ridiculous.
I agree they are the only software company that does this but besides that they offer one of the best protections.
 
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I agree they are the only software company that does this but besides that they offer one of the best protections.

My comment in no way is meant to imply it's not a good product. But the excessive delay ofupdates is absurd. I used the registry edit after waiting over 10 days for patch g...
 
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