If this check box is selected, Application Control classifies digitally signed applications as trusted. Application Control moves these applications to the Trusted group and does not scan their activity.
If this check box is cleared, Application Control does not classify digitally signed applications as trusted, and scans their activities. Application Control classifies applications of trusted software vendors (for example, Microsoft) as trusted regardless of whether the check box is selected.
Clicking this link opens the Trust group for unknown applications window. In this window, you can select a trust group to which unknown applications will be assigned.
A group to which Kaspersky Total Security assigns an application or a process depending on the following criteria: presence of a digital signature, reputation on Kaspersky Security Network, trust level of the application source, and the potential danger of actions performed by the application or process. Based on the trust group to which an application belongs, Kaspersky Total Security can restrict the actions that the application may perform in the operating system.
In Kaspersky Total Security, applications belong to one of the following trust groups: Trusted, Low Restricted, High Restricted, or Untrusted.
Clicking this link opens the Trust group for applications started before startup of Kaspersky Total Security window. In this window, you can change the trust group for applications started before startup of Kaspersky Total Security. Network activity of applications started before the startup of Kaspersky Total Security is controlled according to rules of the selected trust group.
By default, applications started before the startup of Kaspersky Total Security are assigned to one of the trust groups based on the rules created by Kaspersky.
Clicking this link opens the Manage resources window. In this window, you can create a list of personal data and a list of settings and resources of the operating system. Access to these items is controlled by Application Control.