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Kaspersky Issue Hi, I have Kaspersky Internet Security 2009 installed on my computer. Now certain softwares on my PC can't connect to internet e.g. Winamp and Download Accelerator Plus. My laptop is connect to internet via Wifi.

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  • bloach Oct 13, 2008

    Can you please elaborate on firewall settings?

  • bloach Oct 14, 2008

    It doesn't solve the problem.

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If you have windows XP-- it comes with a security program..is it McAfee??.. or is it the Kaspersky?
if you downloaded Kaspersky you may have an infoclash-- if it is VISTA ,,well , good luck.
Unless you delete McAfee..you will get 2 programs trying to out do the other.
K will fight with Mac and you may end up having a slow starting computer. You do not need 2 working security suites .
either way, both systems should give you the message to accept or deny access to that program you are trying to use. If you deny the program once you may not be able to use it again, unless you uninstall the security and restart.

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Check the firewall setting of kaspersky

Posted on Oct 13, 2008

  • pankaj rautela
    pankaj rautela Oct 14, 2008

    open the kaspersky program and go to settings or options, it's there

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