andrey

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  1. Yes, just your idea turned out to be absolutely true! I am very grateful to you!
  2. Done! First, I manually installed KB 4490628, and then through Windows Update - KB4512506. Everything worked out Thank you very much, I knew that here on the forum, they will help me with the problem!
  3. Yes, thanks a lot, stapp! I already read about the problem with German-speaking authors...However, I did not quite understand what should be done in my particular case ... KB 4474419 - the update was installed on August 13, the day before yesterday, the day it was released! This update is in the system! But KB 4490628 - NO, and Windows does not find it when looking for updates! Obviously, do I need to download and install KB 4490628 manually?
  4. Hello! Of course, this does not apply directly to Emsisoft products - I apologize. However, maybe you can find a solution? Until that moment, I had no problem installing monthly Windows security updates! But here this Tuesday of patches - KB 4512506 is not installed - unkown error 80092004 .. If in detail - 11% of the file is downloaded - and the download is interrupted with this error! I tried it several times - it repeats that way ... I tried installing using the Offline Installer - not installing either! I want to say that the malware removal tool was installed immediately. And another update for the drivers - also installed. But here is the monthly fix pack (KB 4512506) - he doesn’t want to! What could be the problem? I read on the Internet that many have such a problem! Maybe more experienced users have some suggestions? Windows 7x 64 Pro
  5. Ok, thanks! The problem has already been solved! you need to temporarily enable the Firefox study channel
  6. Hello all! Surely many have already encountered a problem! Almost all Fx extensions (including Emsisoft Browser Security) have stopped working! https://discourse.mozilla.org/t/certificate-issue-causing-add-ons-to-be-disabled-or-fail-to-install/39047 It’s just a temporary one, but a disaster! I wonder how long the developers will correct the error?
  7. Hello all! I have a question about this Firefox extension. Firefox telemetry is disabled in about: config. But this extension is constantly enabled, even if it is disabled via CCleaner (screen). And even if you delete it (delete the xpi file) - the next time you start the browser - this extension works again!😯 How safe is it? can I ignore?
  8. Hello! Does this mean that EAM still has its own rules in web protection? Web protection not transferred completely to the Emsisoft Browser Security extension? I understood everything about the special list hiding, but I wanted to make sure that not only the extension and the rules added by the user now define web protection!
  9. Hello! Thank you very much, that's what I wanted to hear! I got it!
  10. Ok, thanks! So, the next version of EAM already suggests working with this extension! Do I need to install it now or is it more correct to wait for the release of EAM?
  11. Hello all! Tell me, please, is it necessary to use a browser extension if EAM is running in the system? Will there be increased web protection or only unnecessary duplication of EAM web protection? https://malwaretips.com/threads/emsisoft-browser-security.88869/ ( F. Wosar)
  12. Ok, thanks! Yes, about passwords is too much) So, all possible dangers are connected not with the applications themselves, but with advertising modules that can be installed without my knowledge? It is reported that these programs collect information about the IP-address, technical and route information about the computer, search history. But I understand you. Actually, these video downloaders (by themselves) are not dangerous. Of course, obtained from the official site.
  13. Hello! Well-known video downloader SaveFrom.Net Helper installs Tampermonkey, a script manager in your browser. Both of these programs are considered potentially unwanted! It is reported that the extension can (except for silent installation of additional applications) also send user data with possible stealing of passwords, bank data, etc. I want to ask the experts - is this really true?
  14. Hello! You really found the cause-and eliminated it! After one of today's updates, everything is fine! Thank you so much!