The last time I looked into how Avast! To the left side pane in Avast, Click on Real-Time Shields 2. Will you remember this and make the necessary adjustments before hand? I'm hardly alone in this. Or, turn email protection off. So isn't my new problem in a bug Thunderbird? Neither do I consider 'replication' of effort as a waste necessarily. I have used Thunderbird and Avast many times and never had to make any setting changes.
Disable the email scanning functionality in avast; it's redundant. This does seem to have resolved the issue. You said that email scanning didn't provide extra security. Virus not in definitions is another. Does that cover the bases? Every email provider I use uses a anti-virus scanner that is better than any free one and probably most inexpensive commercial ones so I don't think its worth the hassle and potential interoperability issues of having Avast scan my email too. In the folder where you have installed stunnel e. If you don't install the unnecessary protection modules then Avast won't be reporting them as disabled and announce itself as having incomplete protection.
I mean, that still the computer is protected, is not it? Hope it doesnt lose any. You don't rate yourself very highly. In fact, uninstall Avast and reinstall only with the modules that are needed File, Web, Behavior, Script. The Norton support forum has instructions Norton Security Deluxe is reported to cause issues with the Language reverting to English. Its just a matter of letting Avast know not to bug you about it anymore. Well before you open it, well before it can harm you.
Sounds like an issue in the email scanning section. Edit: since the details of the certificate were provided the cause of the problem is obvious. Of course this shouldn't concern you if you're the sole user. Force the user to decrypt it with a password, the user is relying on the resident engine outright then. Once the Profiles were gone, I was able to load a fresh Thunderbird and then set ab out re-entering my addresses.
As I have never had this problem before, and I am a long time user of both programs, I am somewhat stumped. The moment the email scanner went to decode it, the resident engine would alert if it knows it anyway. The point I was making is there is no inherent issue. Here is the text of the Alert message. By disabling encryption you're basically inviting anyone to read any and all of your email in transit to you, as well as be able to man-in-the-middle for whatever purpose.
I am now running with their Spamfilter 9. Is this the first time you've tried using both programs at the same time? From a technical standpoint, it's near worthless. I can't believe Avast would even suggest this. Is it so hard that I find one that does both? I'm hardly alone in this. Sometimes I should think before I post. I just wish I knew what happened. I just run the standard and web shields so that it will scan browser downloads and let me scan the hard disk.
You don't have to take my word for any of it, hence google. The question is then does offsite scanning provide extra security, certainly cosmetically it serves a purpose. Avast has detected a secure connection from your mail program progress thunderbird. I'm currently running the newest version of avast and thunderbird. It's the opinion of an expert in the trenches who is tired of repeating himself. All I did was shut down the mail protection for a day, then restarted it.
I've seen it too, but not necessarily related to scanning the emails in transit, but also upon writing to disk. I also have a similar problem but I'm not sure I understand the response. The workaround appears to be to create an exception in avast for the file nsemail. We are aware that this approach may not be the most intuitive for our users and we are currently treating it as a bug. If you have a problem that is not listed here, please help other users by adding your experience to the list. It's not one specific av scanner nor email client which runs into the problem.
So the connection will still be secure to your computer, avast! On top of that, I totally agree with olddog's reply. Thus, email scanning is a waste of clock cycles. To the left side pane in Avast, Click on Real-Time Shields 2. Trust me, I've spent three days trying to do everything to avoid deleting the Profiles. There's a way to ensure that if an attachment scan fails then the ability to open that attachment will be blocked by windows. Maybe reboot to be on the safe side.