Kaspersky Total Security Question
Skeet8385 posted on Dec 08, 2016 9:07:01 PM - Report post
I just installed latest Kaspersky Total Security. Wondering if it cooperates with Trainers well. What do you guys all think about Kaspersky? Is it worth using? Thoughts appreciated
PWizard posted on Dec 08, 2016 9:15:21 PM - Report post
I personally don't care for it, but it's not as bad as Webroot, AVast, and some others.
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Mirraluka posted on Dec 10, 2016 3:13:26 PM - Report post
I contacted Kaspersky support yesterday via telephone in the UK here is the number 0203-549-3495 because I had this issue and could not find it on my PC to uninstall, it goe's like this,
a pop-up bottom right of my screen which said, "Kaspersky cannot guarantee authenticity of the domain to which encrypted connection is established.
Application Google chrome
Reason invalid name of certificate either the name is not on the allowed list,was explicitly excluded.
Oblong box saying. Disconnect
Oblong box saying Continue
Details View Certificate"
Now all the above I quoted to a man at Kaspersky called Constantine said the management are working on the problem of how to DELETE this pop-up Constantines advice was when the pop shows itself just press that Disconnect box, so if any other people have this issue here is KASPERKY'S advice, I do not know if McAfee or any other Security software has the same issue, I hope this helps.
dodge444 posted on Dec 16, 2016 11:17:42 AM - Report post
I've always used Norton, which will automatically remove a CH cheat until you manually allow it. Manual allowing takes a few steps but works reliably once you use it. A lot of folks don't care for Norton but I've never had a serious problem running my PCs in 15 years so that's good enough for me. I also had surprisingly good customer support when I had an issue with how many PCs were allowed to run the program at the same time.
[Edited by dodge444, 12/16/2016 11:19:58 AM]
Mirraluka posted on Dec 21, 2016 3:19:51 PM - Report post
Would you believe it I am getting the same old problem with Kaspersky as I had with McAfee far too much invasiveness now from Kaspersky If my PC cough's lol, it picks it up, surely I am not alone with the constant clicking to remove whatever the Security software chooses.
Kapersky, Norton, McAfee... are all intrusive and controlling software, they make you feel secure by letting you access whatever they decide is "safe" while blocking anything else
I've been through the arduous path of erasing any/every traces of those "badwares" under older/different OSes, for myself and friends...no more
P.S.: Those "anti-viruses" are great for businesses to control their employees internet meandering, not for personal use, as you'll be treated likewise
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