Yes, we have sent them more details about this issue and how it could be fixed on their side. It's hard to say if our assumption is right without seeing their source code, but it looks like they have ran into a known windows bug with two WFP drivers working along.Oh, have you guys tried contacting the Kaspersky developers on their forums (maybe in the existing topic)? Seems like their developers do respond to issues there.
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We have not yet tested this one. Strange issue, GUI does nothing with network drivers, everything is done on the service side. When GUI disconnects service stops filtering and that's all.So what is the cause of Bitdefener high cpu usage when Adguard GUI has been closed? What GUI has to do with network drivers, especially when TDI is used.