The Trusted zone is a list of objects that are excluded from scan scope of Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2012. You can form the trusted zone by adding applications to the trusted applications list and exclusions rules.
When you add an application to the trusted applications list, Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2012 stops monitoring file and network application activities as well as registry prompts. An .exe file of an application from the trusted zone is still scanned for viruses. If you want to disable an application scan at all, create an exclusion rule for this application.
When an application is added to the trusted zone:
Please note: by default, the file %SystemRoot%\system32\svchost.exe (executable file of the system process Microsoft Windows Update Protected) is added to trusted applications with the Do not scan encrypted network traffic parameter. Traffic of this service cannot be scanned by any anti-virus software. Without an exclusion rule for this file, the work of the service will be stopped with an error.
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