Kaspersky Databases Out Of Date
Hello to everyone: from a couple of weeks I have had unforeseen difficulties on a domain computer that signals "Databases are out of date."The situation occurs in the group of computers that I follow to the console (186 clients).This computer has Windows 7 Pro, and does not access the internet: it was bought a few months ago to replace another previous one and features a solid state disk 250 GB.It is a Fujitsu Esprimio P556: it was delivered already pre-installed with the required system.From SW card I see that hidden partitions WINRE, HDBR_OS and HDBR_DRIVER are completely filled.I tried to do a series of experiments, not being able to submit the problem to the service (I have not received the login password and it seems that it is not even my email) or the software company that sold us the license package last year.I reinstalled the antivirus, I did download updates of the OS and the Kaspersky from the internet, but after a few days seems to fall into the problem.Even manually starting the console update, after exactly three minutes stops badly.I hope someone among Spiceheads has already faced and solved a similar situation, and that would indicate to me how to proceed.Thanks for any indication about.
Kaspersky Databases Out Of Date
Well, I'm trying your trick.I moved the computer in the generic group (Managed Computers) and I started the "Force synchronization" function (right click 'All Tasks-Force..').Meanwhile, it seems to have disappeared the option of DB update.Many thanks to you, dear Robert, I hope to give positive news within a short time.
No, not for now.Moved back to the right group, but it keep searching outside.Event type: Network update errorResult: Error connecting to update sourceObject: -nn.geo.kaspersky.com:80/ Opens a new windowObject\Path: -nn.geo.kaspersky.com:80/ Opens a new window
I had this problem with 2 of my client computers out of 110. I had to call Kaspersky support to obtain patch D for the network agent. The patch fixed the issue. A workaround for me before the patch was to set an alternate download source on administration server pointing to the Internet for updates. This is done from the network agent policy on the administration server.
Hi @Oleg Bykov,I never heard of Core 10 patch .. could you provide more details, pls? I do have 13 servers running KSWS 10.1.2.996 and I am a bit nervous about the fact, that the product has not been updated for a long long time :( Compared to KES, which is evolving much faster..
Actually the update task should also work without the CF10.Can you see the update group-task in the client properties? What happens when you start this task there?Any error messages in the event-log?
1. Check the system date: your PC might be living in the future. This can confuse your security solution, which downloads new databases, compares them with the system data and considers databases being out of date. As soon as you set the proper date, the problem would be solved.
4. Follow the links in this article to check if there are any Kaspersky Lab update servers available. If you cannot access any of these links, your PC may be infected with a virus, which blocks access to Kaspersky Lab resources. In this case you should download Kaspersky Virus Removal Tool and run a system scan.
6. Open the Update Settings and check, which access rights are used to run the program. For that open Settings->Additional->Update setting->User account Settings. While here, you should choose the administrator account.
The primary causes of the incident include the use of an outdated and vulnerable firmware version on the FortiGate VPN server (version 6.0.2 was used at the time of the attack), which enabled the attackers to exploit the CVE-2018-13379 vulnerability and gain access to the enterprise network.
The lack of timely antivirus database updates for the security solution used on attacked systems also played a key role, preventing the solution from detecting and blocking the threat. It should also be noted that some components of the antivirus solution were disabled, further reducing the quality of protection.
the data processing module (313) being connected to the request processing module (311), the user profile database (312) and the forced update module (317), wherein the data processing module (313) is configured to generate requirements to dynamically update the user-side AV database (216) based on the parameter changes received from the user profile database (312) and the notification received from the forced update module (317); and by
a data selection module (314) configured to receive the requirements to update the user-side AV database (216) from the data processing module (313) and for preparing required data by selecting a subset of the data related to known malware objects from the server-side AV database (315),
wherein the server update module (316) is connected to the data selection module (314) and is further configured for sending the subset to the user computer (120-128, 210) for updating the user-side AV database (216); and
1. The application relates to antivirus (AV) databases which are explained to "contain various tapes of data" like "malware signatures [...], blacklists of malicious object checksums, blacklists of web sites, executable codes of data unpacking algorithms and codes of heuristic data analysis", but also, more generally, "data for dealing with detected threats" or other things ("etc.") (see page 1, lines 22-27). It notes that AV databases have to be frequently updated to maintain a required level of data security (see page 1, lines 22-27; page 2, lines 6-7; see also figure 1). Due to the size of the AV databases, this may be impractical.
1.2 To reduce the amount of data to be transmitted, the application proposes the dynamic generation of a smaller AV database for each user, selected from the full AV database based on "user parameters". These include a user ID, the geographical user location, user computer information (e.g. the OS), visited site statistics and detected malware objects statistics (see page 5, line 30, to page 6, line 13), and they are uploaded as a "user profile" on initial registration of the user PC with the update server (see figure 1, no. 110). The created (smaller) user AV database is transmitted to the user PC (see page 5, lines 16-24, and page 7; figures 1 and 2, nos. 111 and 216).
1.3 Updates of the user-side AV database take place either at the user's request (see figure 3, no. 311; and page 8, paragraphs 1 and 3), when user-parameters have changed (see page 3, paragraph 2) or when signatures have been added to the server-side AV database (see figure 3, no. 317; and e.g. page 9, paragraph 3).
3.7.2 In the former case, it is not clear how user-specific malware statistics are meant to be produced and updated. When the AV application and database are first installed, no user-specific malware statistics can exist and thus be taken into account for generating the AV database. Moreover, it is not claimed that the user-side AV database may be updated (or how) when such user-specific statistics become available. Finally, the consideration of only "common malware objects" expresses, at best, a trade-off between security and AV database size. With regard to less common malware objects, the user's computer will end up not being protected; i.e. "maximum user PC protection" is not achieved.
6.3 D3 discloses that "application data" and "device data" may change, that the assessments may therefore have to be reproduced, and that the new results will be stored on the server (i.e. "inserted into the user profile database") and transmitted to the clients (see paragraph 105). At least for some clients, this qualifies as a "forced update" in the sense of the claims.
In Azure SQL Database, the MAXDOP database-scoped configuration for new single and elastic pool databases is set to 8 by default. MAXDOP can be configured for each database as described in the current article. For recommendations on configuring MAXDOP optimally, see Additional Resources section.
If asynchronous statistics update is enabled, enabling this configuration will cause the background request updating statistics to wait for a Sch-M lock on a low priority queue, to avoid blocking other sessions in high concurrency scenarios. For more information, see AUTO_UPDATE_STATISTICS_ASYNC. The default is OFF.
While you can configure secondary databases to have different scoped configuration settings from their primary, all secondary databases use the same configuration. Different settings cannot be configured for individual secondaries.
Readable secondary databases (Always On Availability Groups, Azure SQL Database and Azure SQL Managed Instance geo-replicated databases), use the secondary value by checking the state of the database. Even though recompile does not occur on failover and technically the new primary has queries that are using the secondary settings, the idea is that the setting between primary and secondary only vary when the workload is different and therefore the cached queries are using the optimal settings, whereas new queries pick the new settings that are appropriate for them.
Other than that, this article applies to Check Point versions that are no longer supported. Kaspersky Lab components were removed from all versions delivered since 2018. For Check Point statement and FAQ, go the following page: www.checkpoint.com/kaspersky.
With Check Point R80.10 new image (Take 462), Endpoint Security Clients acquire their Anti-Malware signature updates directly from an external Check Point signature server or other external Anti-Malware signature resources, as allowed by your organization's Endpoint Anti-Malware policy.
At the same time the fact that the file has been added to a whitelist is not in itself a guarantee that it will remain there permanently, as its reputation may change, e.g. as a result of a compromised certificate. To keep the database up to date, the contents of whitelists are checked on a regular basis.