Anti-Banner is designed to block advertising information located on banners built into interfaces of various programs installed on your computer, or displayed online. Not only are banner ads devoid of useful information but they also distract you from your work and increase the amount of traffic on your computer.
By default Anti-Banner in Kaspersky PURE 3.0 is disabled, but you can enable it.
Kaspersky Lab specialists have compiled a banner and mask list based on specially conducted research. Banner ads, which match the masks on the list, will be blocked by Anti-Banner unless banner blocking is disabled.
Besides that, you can create white and black lists of banners, by adding banner masks to them, to determine whether a banner should be allowed or blocked.
In order to disable or enable Anti-Banner, perform the following actions:
Kaspersky Lab specialists have compiled a banner ad mask list based on specially conducted research and have included it with the Kaspersky PURE 3.0 shipment package. After Kaspersky PURE 3.0 is installed, Anti-Banner is disabled. In order Anti-Banner begins to use a banner ad mask list, perform the following actions:
You can create a list of blocked and allowed web addresses, which will be blocked or allowed by Anti-Banner when detected. While creating the list you can use domain or symbolic names of web sites (for example, banner.com) and IP addresses of banners (for example, 220.127.116.11). In order to create and use the lists of allowed and blocked of banner addresses, perform the following actions:
If the option Use the list of blocked URLs is enabled, then you can add a banner address to the blocked list from the Windows context menu. For this, do the following:
The banner address will be added to the list of blocked URLs.
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