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But KIS 2014? There MAY be a patch available for the KIS 2015 version, but they're unsure exactly when it would be ready. That was around 2003, when I got an e-mail from his "county" which seemed obvious for being a viral proliferation. It is a Verisign signed file.

There is nothing going on to justify this spike, and it happen on both PC's. I would say though that they are not slowing down my system or locking it up like they did when they first started.On another, maybe related note. I was now able to identify how or when the problem emerges: each family-member favors an e-mail account from different ISPs, while our overall internet access is provided by one of Got locked out of his email twice because of it but he's more wary now I think.Click to expand... Bonuses

But honestly they are so small and far between that for months now I have not even been looking for them. On top of all that I have them use OpenDNS which is handed out via the router.Click to expand... lostsomething 9.04.2012 04:24 QUOTE(Flying Ace @ 9.04.2012 02:48) After doing all of the things in this thread and even trying some things that Tech Support recommended I have to admit that

The program has no visible window. There I am minding my own business, playing a game and then all of a sudden everything slows down. Protections that are often of questionable value. kikugi Anti-Virus Programm MasterM the best AV program Kaspersky Found in the "system32" but I do not have any McAfee antivirus products...

Look at the attached screen shot. So far it's running normal. I can't use the Defense Shield because it messes with my Alcohol 120% virtual drive. check these guys out Using the site is easy and fun.

I wouldn't know for sure if this might have had something to do with it, and it doesn't even seem intuitive to me that there's anything about the changeover that would See also: Link Shadrach so I buy a security program so my PC will not get infected by a program which runs all the time and makes it REALLY SLOW. Warlord Jimmy, May 4, 2009 #12 Sponsor This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. UPDATE: I'm often given to using 1,000 words when 50 will do.

As for a firewall Comodo firewall is what I have used. It did fine. Exactly like all of the others. it's the kaspersky anti-virus/internet security 6 proccess.

This might mean that dropping back to version 2014 is less than necessary, if you either have version 15.0.1 or you can find the download for it. Delete all the temp files4. As for Outlook. See also: Link Shadrach so I buy a security program so my PC will not get infected by a program which runs all the time and makes it REALLY SLOW.

Let's hope it fixes the problem! A/V software can't do that. #10 lxskllr, Apr 18, 2015 (You must log in or sign up to post here.) Show Ignored Content Your name or email address: Do you Reccomend different suite if doing printing to HP or Copiers Bob I have about 20 of these running in my task manager, and I dont have kapersky at all. Moms is Publishers' Clearinghouse and health-quack web-site obsessive. .......Click to expand...

I wasn't doing any CPU intensive work at the time so it didn't affect the operation of the computer. Security Task Manager Windows Processes Security Task Manager What is avp.exe? And the extra files were all little files.

Just googel avp.exe and see all the problems people have with kaspersky !

Run MalwareBytes to remove persistent malware Process name: Kaspersky Anti-Virus or AVP - spyware removal module or Active Virus Shield or avp.exe" -r or The Shield Deluxe or Viricide Product: Kaspersky I could certainty try turning off the KIS firewall and using that of Windows itself. Stay logged in Sign up now! But if I'm watching a video I suspect it is the cause of some system lock ups that I have had since this started a few months ago.

After you clean install version 2012, do a databases update > reboot. The UI doesn't show any work being done, no virus scans, nothing. Warlord Jimmy, May 3, 2009 #4 ketsueki13 Joined: Jun 13, 2004 Messages: 358 Killwind, unless infected, is actually meant to be part of HP's utilities, but can be used by a Tom I no longer have the antivirus installed but this file is still running on my system BH It might be kapersky anti virus shield but it can also be a

Tends to not like to interact well with other firewalls though, and like all anti-virus you shouldn't have 2 different types installed or else they'll conflict. I'm really reaching way above my knowledge here so please those with a better understanding let me know if it means anything.Having the same problem here. Other benefits of registering an account are subscribing to topics and forums, creating a blog, and having no ads shown anywhere on the site. I told the tech-rep I was going to post this here on the thread I started.

If I close down Kaspersy then my CPU goes back down to running low. See also: Link MK Kaspersky is the best VauGheR could be a trojan or kaspersky anti-virus, cuz it don't make sence that it would be using 95% of my cpu (an This just happened. Simple deduction led me to conclude that it had picked up my e-mail address from his contacts list: he was still employed with his county as a gun-range instructor.

I had to reboot to get back to normal CPU usage. kyle Q I never had Kaspersky installed on my computer yet I have this process running. Click to expand... The server is protected with ESET NOD32 in the middle of a 2-year license.

Bipin Stopped using IE and started using Google Chrome. It takes in excess of 24 hours to run any spyware or virus scans and no threats have been found. Dotchi 15.12.2011 14:13 QUOTE(richbuff @ 14.12.2011 23:48) Welcome. Check it out!

I had it cleaned up in 2-hours' time, but it was a "heads-up." I was moonlighting for teaching nights at a local university in IT-related fields; my Asian students would return I don't have any one thing that I've found that has cured it. But goes back up again as soon as I start it up. And it boils down to this: Before I switched from Symantec to KIS, I tested some five different security suites.

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