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Hello apologies, the question is a bit generic. The K9 software is available from http://www1.k9webprotection.com/ within this website is the support page which highlights all variable issues you may be experiencing.
Please click on SUPPORT and hopefully one of the articles listed will help resolve your issue. good luck

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