Configuration and understanding Exploit Protection Kaspersky Antivirus 2021
Kaspersky anti viruses the latest product from this brand, to offer greater protection boast many new and improved features. Blocking technology and exploit prevention activities is one of the most popular features. This helps protect your computer against malware and vulnerabilities that can occur not only the Internet, but many popular applications like Internet Explorer, Adobe Reader, Firefox and more.
Exploit Prevention: what it is
Kaspersky Antivirus 2021
has to exploit the technology to Control executable files that start from applications and Web browsers are vulnerable Monitoring of suspicious actions that can be initiated by vulnerable applications, usually installed on the PC Monitoring program begins past how the program began; by a user or by a blow Tracking the source from which the malicious code has started. In preventing application vulnerabilities Kaspersky Antivirus is equipped to keep track of files and executable are applications that are running vulnerable.
If the antivirus detects the attempt to execute the executable is launched from a vulnerable application, which was led by a file instead of the user, the application crashes immediately. Information on blocking this executable file is inserted in the report referred to the report of Exploit Prevention. For maximum protection, lists the applications that are known to have vulnerabilities with updated anti-virus databases of Kaspersky Antivirus data regularly.
Understanding how the virus works is not to the liking of everyone, but someone who can make this easy are the Kaspersky antivirus expert support that can be contacted at anytime and anywhere.
Exploit Prevention Settings: How to configure?
Exploit Prevention is a function or design of an integrated fault found in the Kaspersky Antivirus This feature can be turned on or off according to your needs using the following method
You must first open the Kaspersky antivirus 2021
Find the Settings link at the bottom right of this window
Under Settings, go to the Protection Center feature and select System Watcher
You can now change the configuration of Exploit Prevention is shown in the right part of the System Settings window
Watcher: You can choose to enable / disable the technology by checking or upchucking the box that says that attempts to monitor to make unauthorized transactions.
Otherwise, you can opt to choose an action that is performed each time a threat is detected. The options you can choose when you try to run an executable file from a vulnerable application involve:
- Automatically available in the automatic protection Kaspersky antivirus 2021 Action
- Demands for action, asking the user to the action and is available in the interactive protection mode.
- The action Allow Enforcement Assistance executable vulnerable applications are functioning always enabled
- Action Block helps block executable vulnerable applications function always locked
- Then you need to close the application window to complete the configuration of Exploit protection in Kaspersky antivirus 2015.
The bottom line
The elements of the list of advanced features are very difficult at times, so instead of carrying out all the steps for yourself; choose expert help. Experts contacted for support by phone, email or live chat.
Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2021 System Requirements:
|Operating Systems||Hardware Requirements|
|Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition Home Edition SP3 or higher Microsoft Windows XP Professional Professional SP3 or higher Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition SP2** or higher||Processor 800 MHz or higher 512 MB|
|Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic / Home Premium / Business / Enterprise / Ultimate (x32 and x64**) SP1 or higher Microsoft Windows 7 Starter (x32) SP1 or higher Microsoft Windows 7 Home Basic / Home Premium / Professional / Ultimate (x32 and x64**) SP1 or higher Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate (32-bit/64-bit*)||Processor: 1 GHz or higher 1 GB RAM (x32) or 2 GB RAM (x64)|
|Microsoft Windows 8|
Windows 8/Windows 8 Pro/Windows 8 Enterprise (x32 and x64**) Microsoft Windows 8.1
Windows 8.1 / Windows 8.1 Pro / Windows 8.1 Enterprise / Windows 8.1 update (x32 and x64**)
|Processor: 1 GHz or higher 1 GB RAM (x32) or 2 GB RAM (x64)|
|Required for all Installations|
|Approximately 480 MB free space on the hard drive (depending on size of antivirus database) CD-ROM or DVD-ROM Drive (for installation of the program from CD) Computer mouse Internet connection for product activation Microsoft Internet Explorer® 8 or higher Microsoft Windows Installer 3.0 or higher Microsoft .NET Framework 4 or higher 1 Full System requirements are available @ www.kaspersky.com|
* Free RAM
** Some product features might work on 32-bit operating systems only.