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    • #150189 Reply

      woody
      Da Boss

      Günter Born has a new post (in German) that talks about reports of a Blue Screen for those running Kaspersky Antivirus KIS 2018 version 18.0.0.405 (d)
      [See the full post at: Kaspersky blamed for blue screen kmode_exception_not_handled (classpnp.sys)]

    • #150253 Reply

      gborn
      AskWoody MVP

      I’ve published now an English language article about that issue.  My German blog post received several comments from affected users. The beta patch from Kaspersky is out – further details may be found within the linked English blog post.

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      • #150265 Reply

        woody
        Da Boss

        Thanks! Sounds like the main problem may be over.

    • #150273 Reply

      HiFlyer
      AskWoody Lounger

      Born post link – English

      http://borncity.com/win/2017/12/06/windows-10-v1709-kis2018-causes-classpnp-sys-bluescreen/

      BTW:  A super multi-language translator

      https://www.deepl.com/translator

       

       

      • This reply was modified 1 week, 2 days ago by  HiFlyer.
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    • #150325 Reply

      anonymous

      I had this problem. I’ve installed Eset while they fixing the problem (problem immediatly disappear)

    • #150779 Reply

      anonymous

      I’m also using Kaspersky KIS 2018, but I have a different version of Firefox (52.5.0 32 bit ESR). I also was seeing the BSOD as described once or twice per day seemingly randomly, until I shut down Firefox and started using Chrome temporarily. Not a single BSOD is 72 hours now.

      Could it be the Kaspersky plugin for Firefox?

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    • #150847 Reply

      Noel Carboni
      AskWoody MVP

      I am always a bit sad to hear that most folks follow a “typical accepted” practice of using active antivirus software, mostly because over the past few years such software has grown incredibly intrusive, not only performance-wise but clearly stability-wise as well. When does it end? When the AV software is the only thing the computer can actually run, maxing out its CPU power?

      There is joy in getting all you can from a Windows system that’s not saddled with hooks everywhere that assume you’re definitely going to have software in your system attempting to infect it.

      A good, secure alternative setup vs. running active antivirus software isn’t trivial to achieve, but after configuration and understanding it actually can be easy to maintain. I’ve been living this dream for some years now, and I don’t spend a lot of quality time keeping it working. Yet I haven’t had an infection – ever. Many people running Kaspersky or whatever can’t say that.

      I almost didn’t want to post this at all, because running without AV software isn’t good advice for most everyone, and unless you’re REALLY at a serious geek level with Windows and networking I certainly DON’T encourage removing your antimalware software. Doing so requires a fair bit of understanding and setup, then ongoing discipline to know what to avoid doing (e.g., don’t download executables blindly and run them elevated; free things always come at a cost).

      -Noel

      P.S., I have a number of scheduled jobs that run automatically to maintain my secure environment. Just reviewing my logs, as of this morning I see that the following 100+ servers and domains are no longer allowed to be accessed by any system in my network. This is pretty typical; based on my experience on an average day more than 50 new web sites delivering malware, ads, tracking, and generally bad stuff come online.

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