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    Kaspersky 2006 free download

    The Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2006 represents a new generation platform for creating applications specifically designated for complex protection of personal computers and workstations.United in one product the substantially improved functional abilities of version 5.0 Kaspersky Lab protection products with the latest technological innovations introduced by the company the Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2006 solution secures the most effective and complete protection of a computer from all sorts of malicious programs - network worms, trojan programs, rootkits and other.

    Download: http://www.scanwith.com/download/Kas...Anti-Virus.htm


    General features

    · Check new and changed files option
    · Advanced damage clean-up (the windows registry, command files, *.lnk files, hosts)
    · Proactive defense module with history and roll-back option
    · HTTP traffic checking (AV)
    · Outlook Express (AS) and TheBat! plugins (AS,AV)
    · Anti-Rootkit technology (Anti-Rootkit)
    · E-Mail IMAP and NNTP protocol checking support (AV,AS)
    · Registry Monitor with preinstalled and updatable database

    Anti-Virus new features

    · Advanced damage clean-up (against Spyware)
    · Check new and changed files option
    · HTTP, IMAP and NNTP traffic check
    · ODS Scan suspend technology (when user-activity is detected)
    · Startup Scan with updateable database
    · Differential update (further reduction of the AV database update size)
    · Script-Checker with Internet Explorer GUI plug-in
    · New scan scope: Scan Critical Areas task
    · Scan Startup Objects – full control of the task execution
    · TheBat! plugin
    · Ban-list of blocked computers by IDS subsystem (with un-block feature)

    New technologies

    · Proactive Defense module with history and roll-back option
    · Anti-Rootkit technology
    · Registry monitor with preinstalled database
    · Tracking of an application’s component structure; runtime module intrusion detection
    · E-Mail event notification option
    · Enhanced notification settings
    · GUI Skin technology

    NOTE: THIS IS A BETA RELEASE!

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    I installed it, blue screened, and uninstalled it. Not compatible with Outpost firewall (I disabled some modules from installing that would be incompatible) My thread at Kaspersky forum: http://forum.kaspersky.com/index.php?showtopic=1557

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    BB asked me to post this to inform others. When I installed Kaspersky, it dissabled XP firewall. I asked him by PM if he experienced the same problem. He seemed to think that the same thing happened. He restarted the firewall and experienced no other problems. I will leave it there so that he can add whatever he believes is appropriate.

    Have others experienced problems with this AV?
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    Thanks efc. I too had the problem, just trying to confirm if your windows XP firewall was disabled when you installed this?

    I am guessing it has to do with this releases Firewall/antihacker disabling XPs built in component to prevent in conflicts, but I am just throwing piss in the wind at that guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Booger
    I am guessing it has to do with this releases Firewall/antihacker disabling XPs built in component to prevent in conflicts, but I am just throwing piss in the wind at that guess.
    Your probably right, a few problems reported with firewalls and KIS...

    I'm surprised both of you are using the XP firewall

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    Quote Originally Posted by FastGame
    Your probably right, a few problems reported with firewalls and KIS...

    I'm surprised both of you are using the XP firewall
    Rest easy. I am behind a router firewall in stealth status. I just keep xp firewall active to keep the red shield out of the system tray.
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    Ok thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by FastGame

    I'm surprised both of you are using the XP firewall
    It's better to have on three rubbers in case the first two break.

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    fyi:
    kasp does prompt you that the anti-hacker feature has problems with the xp firewall enabled and it does prompt you tro disable it with a yes or no prompt before the install is finished.

    I had no problems to report other than the little problem of the internet icon stating litte or no connection fgound and nothing brought back internet without an uninstall....

    so uninstall i did and my internet is fine.

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    theres also a way to get rid of that pesky red shield icon from security center too.so dont let that stop you from using other firewall software.

    just open up security center and on the left side, there will be a line that says change how security center alerts me.

    then just uncheck one, two, or all three check boxes depending on how you want it.
    Last edited by TestMAD; June 29th, 2005 at 14:52 PM.
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