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Has anyone else had this problem and if so how did you solve it?

A personal firewall (e.g., the Norton firewall and Zone Alarm) is a security program that controls access to the Internet.

[8][9] Access may be blocked even if only the Kaspersky Antivirus program is running.[10] As with any firewall, the best solution is not to disable it, but to configure it to allow the updated application. The Kaspersky firewall can also interfere with pipelining [13] In some cases, it may be necessary to delete the application rule for Firefox/Thunderbird/Mozilla Suite/Sea Monkey, then grant access the next time you are asked.

Users also have the option of blocking domain-name service (DNS) for some programs but not others. The following instructions are from the article, Firewall rules for applications in Kaspersky Internet Security 7.0: Using the Delete button, you can delete a rule for the selected application (e.g., Firefox.exe).

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I do not want all users to have Admin rights, but I do want to keep my virus files up to date!

This can include one for Windows Explorer, Firefox, and even Thunderbird launching itself when it upgrades.

If you don't need this fine grained control rather than pressing the parent browse button select "skip parent check" to make it use one rule (and avoid specifying who can launch it).

For details on configuring Comodo Internet Security to work with Firefox, see Configuring Comodo Internet Security (Firefox Support) .

Because of a bug, the Kaspersky firewall may continue to block Internet access even though it is supposed to be disabled.