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    nkhlsrf's Avatar Poster BT Rep: +5
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    hello ppl
    ive recently installed kaspersky on my comp..
    though the software is workin fine..but there is a problem
    since the time i have installed it..im not being able to download any torrent..
    i have utorrrent and my port is also forwarded properly..
    but since kaspersky..utorrent is showing tht my port is not open??
    plz help
    are there some settings tht i hav 2 change..?
    lookin 4wrd 2 ur help
    thanks

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    deuce6000's Avatar Go Giants!! BT Rep: +25BT Rep +25BT Rep +25BT Rep +25BT Rep +25
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    Uninstall it then install nod32 is the only advice i can give you.

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    i had the same problem like you.the resolution is very simple use nod32 instead

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    in firewall settings make sure you allow all traffic for utorrent.

    in additional tab of firewall settings check "maximum compatibility".

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    thanks for ur replies..i guess i will hv to try nod32..

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    You don't need to switch to NOD32 to use torrents. Check the manuals for Kaspersky, specifically the Firewall portion, and it should tell you how to enable ports manually.

    Either that or disable the Firewall part of the program. There is no reason an anti-virus program should prevent torrent downloading, unless the torrent has a virus.


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    yeah, you won't get far if you switch to inferior product every time you have a problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by chip19 View Post
    You don't need to switch to NOD32 to use torrents. Check the manuals for Kaspersky, specifically the Firewall portion, and it should tell you how to enable ports manually.

    Either that or disable the Firewall part of the program. There is no reason an anti-virus program should prevent torrent downloading, unless the torrent has a virus.
    your reasoning was going great until....
    disable the Firewall part of the program

    here is a solution
    https://filesharingtalk.com/vb3/f-sof...light=utorrent


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    I think the only problem with KIS , is its a tuff nut to crack and a little bit higher learning curve than say Nod32 . It is getting hard to crack too mind you . Think about tho , would you want to use a program that can't even protect it's own property ? Not a very good Malware leader in my mind .


    Kaspersky just needs to be better out of the box or have a better help forum for issues like this .

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