How to allow or block access to ports using Kaspersky Internet Security 2015


Kaspersky Internet Security 2015


How to allow or block access to ports using Kaspersky Internet Security 2015

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2017 Nov 01 ID: 11589

By default, Kaspersky provides monitoring for various common ports used in general applications. For example, Port 80 (Http) is actively watched by Kaspersky to ensure normal network traffic, and to monitor any suspicious activity. In rare cases, you may want to add a specific port to Kaspersky to allow access for that connection. For this you can add the port to Kaspersky, and then disabled the rule so that the application does not interfere with the connection.

In this example, we will use a standard port for networked printers (9100). If you know the specific port you need to exclude / add, then you may enter it by following the steps below.

  1. Open Kaspersky Internet Security.
  2. Click Settings.

  1. Click Additional  and select Network in the right frame.


  1. Click Select... to the right of Monitor selected ports only.


  1. Click Add.
  2. Type the description Network Printer Port and change the port to 9100.
  3. Click OK.

  1. Find the Network Printer Port you have added in the list.
  2. Right-click the port and choose Disable.

  1. Close the Network ports window.
  2. Restart the computer

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