File Threat Protection prevents infection of the computer's file system. The component starts during startup of the operating system, remains in computer memory, and scans for viruses and other malware all files that are opened, saved, or run on your computer and on all connected disks. If you disable File Threat Protection, it will not start at operating system startup. You will have to re-enable File Threat Protection manually.
You can create a protection scope for File Threat Protection.
When you or an application attempt to access a file included in the protection scope, File Threat Protection checks iSwift databases for information about the file, and uses this information to decide whether to scan the file.
Recognizing malicious objects is possible thanks to signature analysis, a way of searching for threats based on threat descriptions included in the anti-virus databases. In addition to signature analysis, File Threat Protection uses heuristic analysis and other scanning technologies.
If a threat is detected in a file, Kaspersky Endpoint Security identifies the type of the detected malware (for example, virus or Trojan). Then the application displays a notification about the detected object and performs an action on the object based on your File Threat Protection preferences.
Before attempting to disinfect or delete an infected file, Kaspersky Endpoint Security saves a backup copy for subsequent restoration or disinfection.
Information about File Threat Protection and all detected objects is logged in a report.
Note: If File Threat Protection stops running with an error, you can view the report and try to start the component again. If the problem is not solved, you can contact Kaspersky Technical Support.Page top