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Block an Ip address on Kaspersky ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Meloman, Jul 8, 2013.

  1. Meloman

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    I am having problems blocking an ip address on Kaspersky. It is a lot more confusing than any other AV software I have used. Can someone help me out here?

    Thanks ahead of time.
     
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    Geez, how can I help you? Go to Kaspersky's firewall setup and update the black list or block list or blick list, whatever it calls it these days....
     
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    This made me laugh :D

    @OP: Settings>Firewall>Settings>Packet Rules>Add>Action(Block)>Address(Specific Address)>OK.
     
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  4. Meloman

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    I forgot to mention that I have pure 3.0. I can get all the way to adding a packet rule but then I dont have the address or specific address option anywhere.
     
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    Sorry, I can't help you if that is the case. I have got an Internet Security here.
     
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    You really want us to Google it for you ?
     
  7. Meloman

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    The reason I posted it here is because I cannot find an answer on google. The results are for older kaspersky products or for other ip rules. If you find one please show it to me.
     
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    I guess Im switching back to bitdefender. Which do you guys think is better, Bitdefender or Kaspersky?

    This is for windows 8
     
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    Let's see...www.google.com.

    Kaspersky Pure 3.0 Help -> http://support.kaspersky.com/9549
    [h=2]3. How to change Firewall operating settings[/h]
    1. Open Kaspersky PURE 3.0.
    2. In the top right corner of the main program window click the Settings li

    1. In the left part of the Settings window on the Protection tab select Firewall.
    2. On the right part of the window you can change settings for the following actions:
      • Enable/disable Firewall if necessary. By default, Firewall is enabled and functions in the mode developed by Kaspersky Lab specialists.
      • In the Network rules section by clicking the Settings button you can:
        • Block Internet access for the programs.
        • Specify rules for Firewall:
          • Create a packet rule.
          • Create a rule for the program.
          • Select an action performed by the rule.
          • Configure settings of the network service.
          • Allocate range of addresses.
          • Change the rule priority.
      • In the Networks section you can:
        • Expand range of network addresses.
        • Change the network status.
        • Select notification mode about changes made in the network.

    Thank you for calling Kaspersky Black Hat Support. Is there anything else I can do for you?
     
  10. Meloman

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    Great Job Kaspersky Black hat support, you showed me exactly what I read 2 hours ago, one problem like I stated above I can do all this except I get stuck on these steps. It doesn't have an option for specific address. It is either subnet address, any address, or address from list.

    • Configure settings of the network service.
    • Allocate range of addresses.

    Your doing great, being that it is your first day on the job.
     
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    Hello there valuable customer. We're sorry to hear about your difficulties.

    We've escalated your case to Douchebag Status. You should receive a contact from our DoucheManager within 48 hours.

    Is there anything else we can do for you?
     
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  12. srinu0812

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    For God's sake, this is a Black Hat forum mate.
     
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