Security problems

Disable HTTPS connection tests in the Kaspersky Lab antivirus

Note. The path to the correct setting may vary depending on what version of the program you have.
  1. Open the program by clicking in the upper part of the Windows task panel.
  2. Tap . If the program is protected by password, enter your password in the window that appears and click Continue.
  3. Click Advanced → Network.
  4. In the Encrypted connections scanning section, enable the Do not scan encrypted connections option.

Disable HTTPS connection tests for the Dr Web antivirus software

Note. The path to the correct setting may vary depending on what version of the program you have.
  1. Open the program by clicking in the upper part of the Windows task panel.
  2. Open Security center.
  3. Click  → Network.
  4. Disable the Scan encrypted traffic option.

Disable HTTPS connection tests in the ESET NOD32 antivirus

Note. The path to the correct setting may vary depending on what version of the program you have.
  1. Open the program by clicking in the upper part of the Windows task panel.
  2. Click Settings → Secure Internet.
  3. In the lower right corner, click Advanced parameters.
  4. Turn HTTPS tests off (by disabling the Enable HTTPS checking option in the Web protocols section).

Disable HTTPS connection tests in AdGuard

Note. The path to the correct setting may vary depending on what version of the program you have. For AdGuard extensions, you don't need to disable anything because extensions don’t create their own certificates.
  1. Open the program by clicking in the upper part of the Windows task panel.
  2. Click Settings → Network.
  3. Disable the Filter HTTPS protocol option.