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Probably a disabled document exclusion rule or some other exclusion rule with $important somewhere.
What about beta version, did it help?Widows 10 Pro v.1607 Build: 14393.2189/Firefox 60.0.2 (64-bit)/AV:Webroot
I have all these problems starting yesterday and no Kaspersky connection. No IT background, so don't know why, but I tried disabling the features I have ticked one by one and when I got to Networks/Filter HTTPS protocol things seem back to normal.
Try this:I have the same problems with 2 PCs. Both use windows 10.0.17134 and Sophos Endpoint Security and Control - never used Kaspersky.
The beta version made it even worse: If Adguard beta is active, Chrome doesn't start anymore. If you start Adguard with running Chrome it freezes.
So you click on the Assistant button in the corner of a page and uncheck a slider there, right?No specific websites. I just clicked trough my bookmarks consisting of nasty site, tech sites, youtube, webnovels, manga, ect.
I have made no changes in Webroot. Now installed the beta version that you linked and the problem is resolved. Thanks.Meanwhile, I tried this configuration and had no problems with it.
Have you changed anything in Webroot configuration?
If you google anything, google looks... old? If you dissable it, you get the "new" look, which is what i want.On what particular website? I can't reproduce this issue.
1. Is SSL scanning active in Kaspersky?Is SSL scanning active in Kaspersky? Can you please upload minidump files (c:\windows\minidump), thank you.
At some point for fun I turned on logging of DNS queries in my router and saw a lot of queries to `local.adguard.com`. It puzzled me for quite some time because the explanation was that this address pointed to localhost and the traffic should have never reached the internet. Then I found out that this address had an IP associated with it. That made me thinking... Soon after, this "massive internet slowdown" happened, I started googling for a solution and found this discussion and the explanation. I do have Kaspersky Internet Security on my Windows 10 PC.Good news guys, I've figured what's the issue. Here's an explanation.
AdGuard uses a fake domain `local.adguard.com` in order to apply cosmetic rules, run userscripts and so on.
Connections to this server's IP address are intercepted locally and re-routed to AdGuard for further processing. So there's no real connection and the only purpose of having a real domain name is the proper HTTPS processing (browsers won't establish an https connection with localhost).
Here's what happened.
1. Two days ago the server with this IP address was shut down.
2. In theory, it does not matter if the server is running or not (and it continued to work just okay on our test machines).
3. It appears, that some AVs (for instance, Kaspersky) interfere with this logic. If the AV's network driver gets to the connection first, it actually tries to connect to the remote IP address, and when it fails, the further processing hangs. Another option when this problem can arise is when the computer is configured to use a proxy server.
4. The new network driver (in v6.3) is able to get to the connection earlier, before Kaspersky, and that's why the issue is gone once you update.
The IP address is back online so the issue is now resolved for v6.2 users.
A remote session is not doable, sorry. Do you guys have an archive with older versions in it? I want an older version that worked for me.
Browser thinks that it makes a request to "local.adguard.com". In order to do it, it needs to find its IP address so it makes a DNS request.So, I installed the latest beta of AdGuard which is working fine by the way. I rebooted the PC just in case. The WFP driver is enabled and Kaspersky is scanning HTTPS as before. I thought I'd stop seeing queries to `local.adguard.com` but I still see them, although not as many. Is there an explanation to this?
Just download it from the website, 6.3 is not released yet.A remote session is not doable, sorry. Do you guys have an archive with older versions in it? I want an older version that worked for me.