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I found a solution that worked for me: Kaspersky application Settings Page select "Additional" section on left side select "Network" settings Monitored Ports [ ] Monitor all network ports [X] Monitor selected ports only Select... Click the Select... link Remove: HTTPS on port 443 Remove: HTTP on port 80 Remove: any/all other HTTP if you use those ...


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Yes. Take these to facts together: 1) Windows security updates often state that they are fixing a vulnerability that could allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code on your computer. 2) One can write a program that reads all files on your computer and sends them over the Internet. This is not necessarily malware - it could be just a backup program. Now, ...


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Delete it unless you think it is something new and unique that an anti-virus company might be interested in (chances are it is not). I would not delete a quarantined file if it is a program you use all of the time that has been flagged incorrectly by anti-virus software. It is rare but it has happened. In that case you would want to wait until the ...


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Meanwhile the choice to delete or not to delete the files in quarantine is a doubt for Hamlet and can be considered opinion based; really it depends from many factors as the space availability, which kind of file they are, the reason of quarantine, the action of the virus (if it overwrites the file or shifts the data), the possibility to find a copy not ...



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