NOD32 got it fixed by disabling SSL/TLS filtering, as I saw another guy had to do the same with Kaspersky
I guess I'll leave this here for google/forum searches (I know from my own software community, thats a good idea, to prevent the same questions):
Visual Studio 2015, Error: "The address is...
That made VS debugging work, but a lot of web-pages on my chrome-browser is getting ERR_CONNECIOTN_RESET error, adguard is one of them as an example, so I had to re-disable the wfp driver.
Might have something to do with my anti-virus ESET NOD32 would be my guess? You know of a fix for that too ?
Adguard version: 6.1.258.1302
Visual Studio Community 2015, Version: 14.0.25431.01
x86 or x64, doesn't matter, when I press (start) for dedugging, I get the error immidiately, even though the debug build is build witthout errors, running the program in release mode works fine though.
For some reason when using Adguard with my PC.
I can not use my debugger on my pc for software development. VS will throw this error:
"The address is not valid for this context."
When trying to debug my project, what can I do? For now I have uninstalled Adguard, but well I paid for it and like...