Kaspersky\VPN\KSOS 21.6.7.351 RC


  • Hello!

     

    A new beta build is available.

    You can download the distribution kit by the link:

    Kaspersky — Download   

    VPN — Download   

    KSOS — Download   

     

    To test the application, activate the license embedded in the distribution kit.

    You should only use the beta build with this license provided for testing.

    If you use your existing commercial license to activate the beta version of the application, the term of the license spent on the beta-testing will not be compensated. 

      

    There will be no auto-update to this build. It can be downloaded from forum only.

    Useful info:

    • DRV  verifiers are turn off by default now. App - are ON! 
    • Kaspersky is presented in three tiers: Basic, Standard, Plus
    • To activate the trial beta key on the screen with a proposal to enter My Kaspersky, click "Skip"
  • It is hard to find some bugs. Good job KL. cool

  • Quite stable RC, but still had the previous issues with registry key avp.exe (had to delete manually in Win10 Safe Mode, and then overwriting this RC in normal mode) :)

  • , last edited by Helios

    @Jowi @harlan4096

    I've not tried out MR6 yet. Is it still based on Microsoft .NET 5 or on .NET 6 already, because .NET 5 will reach the end of support on May 8, 2022. MR5 is based on .NET 5 yet.

  • @helios said in Kaspersky\\VPN\\KSOS 21\.6\.7\.351 RC:

    @Jowi @harlan4096

    I've not tried out MR6 yet. Is it still based on Microsoft .NET 5 or on .NET 6 already, because .NET 5 will reach the end of support on May 8, 2022. MR5 is based on .NET 5 yet.

    MR6, like MR5, is based on .NET Desktop Runtime 5

  • , last edited by Helios

    @dimakor83 said in Kaspersky\\VPN\\KSOS 21\.6\.7\.351 RC:

    MR6, like MR5, is based on .NET Desktop Runtime 5

    Thx for the answer, @dimakor83. Then I hope KL will switch to .NET 6 as soon as possbile 'cause the clock is ticking.

    PS: I just wanned to try MR6 out to spot what .NET-version is used in it. smile

  • , last edited by dimakor83

    @helios said in Kaspersky\\VPN\\KSOS 21\.6\.7\.351 RC:

    .NET Desktop Runtime 5

    Platform version .NET Desktop Runtime 5.0.10. This version of the platform is installed together with Kaspersky Lab applications 21.6. Despite this, no one forbids installing or updating the .NET Desktop Runtime to version 5.0.16, which was released quite recently.

    Now consider such a thing as "support". Software support is the further development of the current version of the program in order to close software vulnerabilities, improve software stability and improve compatibility with other software. Unfortunately, modules written in .NET Runtime 5 will not be able to run and run in .NET Runtime 6 and above. However, the end of support for .NET Runtime 5 will not affect the launch and operation of Kaspersky 21.6 modules written on the .NET Runtime version 5 platform.

  • , last edited by Helios

    @dimakor83

    Yes, I do know. But my point is, .NET 5 Runtime will not get any security updates and bug fixes after May 8, 2022.

    The sooner the switch to .NET 6 will happen, the earlier bugs or incompatible behaviors can be found in the products.

    I'm just using MR5 and it's causing me some discomfort not knowing when the move to .NET 6 will be done.

    I like MR5 very much and I don't wanna go back to MR3.

    By the way, .NET 6 is a LTS version and works way faster than .NET 5.

  • , last edited by dimakor83

    @helios said in Kaspersky\\VPN\\KSOS 21\.6\.7\.351 RC:

    @dimakor83

    Yes, I do know. But my point is, .NET 5 Runtime will not get any security updates and bug fixes after May 8, 2022.

    You are right.

  • @helios said in Kaspersky\\VPN\\KSOS 21\.6\.7\.351 RC:

    @dimakor83

    The sooner the switch to .NET 6 will happen, the earlier bugs or incompatible behaviors can be found in the products.

    By the way, .NET 6 is a LTS version and works way faster than .NET 5.

    It depends on the developer.

  • , last edited by Helios

    @dimakor83

    It depends on the developer.

    Yes, indeed.


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