jorrig

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  1. Hello, I am not sure whether this is posted in the right place, since I am not sure that my laptop is infected at all. Since I don't know where else to turn to and since it might be related to Emsisoft Malware, I describe my problem here: Since about two weeks TLS 1.2 stopped working on my laptop. I switched it on one day and could not load any https pages anymore. I tried several browsers, all with the same symptoms. I disabled TLS 1.2 in IE11 and I could load most of the pages again as before. I can load them in IE, but not for example in Chrome which does not allow me to disable TLS 1.2. Some web pages like online banking etc. only allow access via TLS 1.2 and these are blocked for me now clearly telling me to update my browser to a safer version. Access is via Wifi, and all other devices going via that wifi don't have this issue. This includes one other laptop also protected by Emsisoft Malware and mobile phones. I switched off firewall and Emsisoft to check whether this might be a restriction from their side, but to no visible effect. I googled the Problem and followed several common pages recommending to clear SSL cache, browser history, cookies, whatever, but it didn't help. I even reinstalled Windows 10, but the Problem persisted. I am pretty sure that TLS 1.2 is at the heart of the Problem, that only my device is affected and that nomal settings resets don't seem to help. I wonder whether this could be some malware or virus so far undetected? Have you encountered such a case before? Any help or advice would be appreciated very much. Best regards, Jörg