A very popular one VPN The solution is causing some Windows 10 users to face the dreaded Blue Screen of Death (BSOD). ProtonVPN confirmed that there were conflicts with unnamed antivirus solutions behind the problem.
“We have received reports that under certain circumstances the latest versions of ProtonVPN Windows clients (stable version 1.18.2 and version 1.18.3 for early access) caused blue screen crashes in Windows due to a conflict with certain antivirus programs can. ”A ProtonVPN status update explained. “We are actively working on a fix that will be available as soon as possible.”
Some of the short-term solutions offered by ProtonVPN include disabling the antivirus solution or reverting the ProtonVPN version to a previous iteration without this particular error.
Not the first time
Affected users have described how the BSOD is triggered immediately after starting ProtonVPN. It is believed that the problem has existed for about two weeks …