Trusted Zone and exclusion rules
Trusted zone is a customized object list. It contains objects ignored by Kaspersky Anti-Virus.
A user can manage Trusted Zone as he/she sees fit depending on particular features of the objects he/she is dealing with and on the software he/she installs. This exclusion list can be useful, for example, when Kaspersky Anti-Virus is blocking access to an obviously harmless object/application.
An exclusion rule is a set of conditions defining the cases when a particular object is ignored by Kaspersky Anti-Virus.
The following objects can be excluded form scanning:
Threat type is a status assigned to the object by Kaspersky Anti-Virus during scan.
The status is assigned according to the classification of malicious and potentially dangerous software contained in the Kaspersky Lab Virus Encyclopedia.
Potentially dangerous software is the software that does not perform any malicious functions itself but can be exploited by a malicious program due to its vulnerabilities or errors.
Threat types identified and disinfected by Kaspersky Anti-Virus 6.0 R2
This category includes, for example: remote administration tools, IRC clients, FTP servers, all kinds of utilities for stopping/hiding processes, keyloggers, password extraction tools, autodialers calling to paid websites, etc. Such software is not classified as viruses (not-a-virus), and can be split into types: Adware, Jokeware, Riskware, etc. (You can learn more about the potentially dangerous software in the Virus Encyclopedia).
Such software may be blocked in the result of scanning. Yet some of it is very popular, so there is a possibility of excluding it from scanning. To do so, create an exclusion for a threat name or mask according to the Virus Encyclopedia classification.
To create an exclusion rule:
Rules can be applied to the following protection components:
An excluded object will not be scanned, when the folder/disk containing this objects is scanned. Yet you can force scanning of the excluded objects in the context menu (by right-clicking the object).
To create an exclusion rule in the report window:
Additional exclusion settings for Threat types
Some objects excluded by threat types may be assigned with additional conditions for applying the rule. It may be necessary to specify additional settings, for example, in the following cases:
Examples of allowed exception masks for files and threat types
How to locally exclude RAdmin files from scanning by Kaspersky Anti-Virus 6.0.4.x
Threat types detected and disinfected by Kaspersky Anti-Virus 6.0.4.x
Release of antivirus database updates (required to protect your computer/server/mobile device)
Providing technical support over phone / web
Release of patches for the application (addressing detected bugs)
One of the following operating systems installed:
- Intel Pentium 400 MHz 32-bit (x86) / 64-bit (x64) processor, or higher (or a compatible equivalent),
- free 512 MB RAM.
- Intel Pentium 1 GHz 32-bit (x86) / 1,4 GHz 64-bit (x64) processor, or higher (or a compatible equivalent).
- free 1 GB RAM.
Kaspersky Anti-Virus for Windows Servers version 6.0.4.x has passed a full cycle of testing on:
Please be advised that Kaspersky Anti-Virus 6.0 for Windows Servers MP4 does not support IA-64 processor architecture (Itanium).
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