How to Resolve Kaspersky SSL Glitch with Firefox and Facebook?admin
SSL is commonly known as a “Secure Sockets Layer” feature which is known for networking technologies and established an encrypted link between a user’s computer and servers. Though most often it is seen that in the web browser that’s what the little padlock icon signifies? But, according to the team of Kaspersky Antivirus Support experts, the SSL is fair enough used in other places, such as connections with mail clients, calendar servers, and chat servers which basically means any time you want to securely exchange information over the Internet. In that case, you may face Kaspersky SSL Glitch.
According to the study, the SSL technologies not only encrypt communications between a client and a server, but also ensure that the server which a user is working with has full potential to maintain to be preventing things such as phishing and man-made attacks. But recently Kaspersky users face some issue with SSL such as Kaspersky SSL certification center issues, Kaspersky Internet Security SSL problems, Kaspersky SSL Glitch with Browsers (like Firefox, Google Chrome & IE) and Kaspersky SSL problems with Social Media sites (like Facebook, Twitter & YouTube).
Steps to Fix Kaspersky SSL Glitch with Firefox and Facebook
Step1: Working with the Kaspersky Settings
- Tap on the Kaspersky Settings > Additional > Threats and exclusions > Detection types > Settings > option and then carefully enable the “Detect Other Software” icon.
- Next, simply click on the “databases update > reboot” option and then perform a deep scan process.
Step2: Clearing Off the “temp” Files
- Clear off all the contents of the “Temp” folder, “instructions” and then reboot it. To remove this file, follow all the below steps:
- The Temp directory is a type of folder which is used to store various temporary files. While a program ends, the temporary files are automatically deleted. These files sometimes are not deleted properly at t time when a program is stopped improperly. Cleaning or even deleting all the contents of the Temp directory surely frees up space on the hard disk.
- Press the “Win+R’ button to easily open up the “Run” command:
- Next, in the “Run” window, just enter the %TEMP% in the “Open’ field and then click on the “OK” button.
- Press and hold the key-combination of “Ctrl+A “on the keyboard to easily make a selection of all the files in the folder.
- Press the “Delete” button on the keyboard next.
- On the window system, simply confirm that all the files are deleted by clicking on the “Yes’ button.
- At, the folder containing multiple temporary files has been deleted as guided by Kaspersky Antivirus Technical Support
Step3: Reboot System
- Uninstall all the recently installed “junk” files and then perform a reboot process.
- Uninstall/disable all the junk browser add-on features as well as extensions.
- Remove all junk search providers from the system
- At last remove all the junk files and folders from the system.
Here all your problems related to Kaspersky SSL Glitch have been resolved. Do get in touch with us at our Kaspersky Antivirus Support department or dial toll-free number 1-800-661-5742 for more issues related to Kaspersky software.