The list contains paths to processes whose memory Kaspersky Endpoint Security excludes from process memory scans. You can use masks to specify the path. By default, the list is empty.
You can use the * (asterisk) character to create a file or directory name mask.
You can indicate a single * character to represent any set of characters (including an empty set) preceding the / character in the file or directory name. For example, /dir/*/file or /dir/*/*/file.
You can indicate two consecutive * characters to represent any set of characters (including an empty set and the / character) in the file or directory name. For example, /dir/**/file*/ or /dir/file**/.
The ** mask can be used only once in a directory name. For example, /dir/**/**/file is an incorrect mask.
To exclude the mount point /dir, you need to specifically indicate /dir (no asterisk).
The mask /dir/* excludes all mount points at the level below /dir but not /dir itself. The /dir/** mask excludes all mount points below the level of /dir but not /dir itself.
You can use a single ? character to represent any one character in the file or directory name.