KPF 4.21 released

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  1. QBgreen

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    4.2.1 - September 29, 2005
    - fixed low-risk security bug allowing a local application to crash the system
    - fixed some false positives of HIPS detection algorithms
    - fixed problems with crashing applications when KPF was used together with McAfee VSE 8.0i
    - removed 'Details' column from NIPS log view
    - fixed bug that GUI was sometimes frozen for a while when user switched to logview
    - fixed problems with non-US characters in HIPS exception paths
    - several minor GUI fixes
    - improved web filtering. It is now compatible with wider range of web sites.
     
  2. kalpik

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    Is the problem with office 2003 fixed?
     
  3. Smokey

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    As far as I know: yes;)
     
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    Thanks a lot! I tried it in the meantime and its working like a charm ;)
     
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    I really like happy customers!:)
     
  6. IsLNdbOi

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    Isn't KPF being discontinued?
     
  7. The Hammer

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    I guess their supporting the product until the end and not suddenly dropping it without warning like someone else.
     
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    it could be that VSE' HIPS is conflicting with that of KPF, but thats just a guess.
     
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    Hmm... strange problem. Now my yahoo messenger emoticons are not animated anymore! :( Has it got something to do with kerio? Please someone confirm this!
     
  11. Smokey

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    KPF v4.2.1 should do the job;)
     
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    o_O o_O
     
  13. Smokey

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    Kerio v4.2.1:

    4.2.1 - September 29, 2005
    - fixed low-risk security bug allowing a local application to crash the system
    - fixed some false positives of HIPS detection algorithms
    - fixed problems with crashing applications when KPF was used together with McAfee VSE 8.0i
    * removed 'Details' column from NIPS log view
    - fixed bug that GUI was sometimes frozen for a while when user switched to logview
    - fixed problems with non-US characters in HIPS exception paths
    - several minor GUI fixes
    * improved web filtering. It is now compatible with wider range of web sites.
     
  14. Smokey

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    I guess you are right, and serious bugs will be solved, now and in the future.

    From the Kerio website:

    Kerio Personal Firewall is being discontinued on December 31, 2005. While Kerio will continue to support this product for all customers through 2006, we will not be actively developing any new features or functionality going forward.
     
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