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Written By
Josh Olson
Date Created
Wed, 20th Feb 2013
Updated By
Josh Olson
Date Modified
Wed, 20th Feb 2013
 
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   Kaspersky Plugin for CommuniGate Pro Stopped Working

Question 

I'm running the Kaspersky Plugin for CommuniGate Pro, and suddenly the plugin stopped functioning and is reporting a license problem, but my CGP license for Kaspersky is still valid. What is the problem?

Answer 

Kaspersky anti-virus plugin version 1.5 has been updated.

The plugin contains an internal Kaspersky license key file which is going to expire on February 19. After that the plugin will still work but you won't be able to update the virus database.

The updated packages contain the new key file and more recent virus databases; nothing else changed.

<http://www.communigae.com/CGPKAV/>

Platforms available:
* Windows-x86
* Windows-x86_64
* Linux-x86
* Linux-x86_64
* FreeBSD7-x86
* FreeBSD7-x86_64

If you are already running Kaspersky anti-virus plugin it's sufficient to download the key file alone
<http://www.communigate.com/pub/plugins/KAV/1D7553F1.key>
and store it into CGPKAV/licenses/ subdirectory; no restart needed.

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