Enabling or disabling secure connections scan
January 10, 2024
By default, secure connections scan is enabled and runs in the mode that Kaspersky experts recommend. You can disable secure connections scan, if necessary.
To enable or disable secure connections scanning using Kaspersky Security Center:
- Open Kaspersky Security Center Administration Console.
- In the Managed devices folder of the console tree, open the folder with the name of the administration group to which the relevant protected virtual machines belong.
- In the workspace, select the Policies tab.
- Select a Light Agent for Windows policy in the list of policies and open the Properties: <Policy name> by double-clicking.
- In the policy properties window, select the Network traffic monitoring section in the list on the left.
- In the right part of the window, in the Secure connections scan section, do one of the following:
- Select the Scan secure connections check box, if you want Kaspersky Security components to scan the traffic, transmitted through secure connections.
- Clear the Scan secure connections check box, if the traffic transmitted through secure connections is not to be decrypted and scanned.
- Click the Apply button.
To enable or disable secure connections scanning in the local interface:
- On the protected virtual machine, open the application settings window.
- In the left part of the window, in the Other settings section, select Network traffic monitoring.
In the right part of the window the settings for Network Ports Monitoring and for Scanning Secure Connections are displayed.
If the settings in the local interface are not available, this means that the values of settings defined by the policy are used for all protected virtual machines of the administration group.
- Complete step 6 of the previous instructions.
- To save changes, click the Save button.