I have recently come across a problem with my browser applications (I.E., Chrome) that I managed to track down to a particular shield in SecureAnywhere. This happened on two computers that I have it on, started at the same time. When I open a browser (I use both IE and Chrome, same happens in both), when I begin entering text in a field, it will leave out the first character. This only happens the FIRST time I type into a browser session. As in, if I wanted to type google.com into the address bar it would come out as oogle.com, only the first time. After that it's fine. If I close the browser and restart it, it will drop only the first character again. Both computers have SecureAnywhere on them, so I started with that as the common denominator. If I go into the Identity and Privacy tab, and into Identity Shield, and into view / edit protected applications and check "allow" instead of Protect, the browser will work fine. Is anyone aware of a way to actually fix this instead of just telling SecureAnywhere to ignore the application? I swear this just started happening recently, or it would have driven me nuts before this!
Any information is appreciated! D
Best answer by Tabazan
Problem solved for me.
I use a foreign keyboard (QWERTZ) and had the "first key" lag problem.
I reinstalled WSA and simply stayed in english language (not french).
No more lag. Back to WSA again