How to Add Threat Exclusions in Kaspersky Internet Security

Sometimes, even though the applications we use are all original, there must be pirated applications that we still keep, for example the kmsxxx crack which is very useful for certain conditions.

In addition, several applications at Driverpack solutions are always monthly Antivirus because they are detected to have a number of threats in them.

How to Add Threat Exclusions in Kaspersky Internet Security
How to Add Threat Exclusions in Kaspersky Internet Security

How to Add Threat Exclusions in Kaspersky Internet Security

As a Kaspersky Internet Security user, on this occasion I will show you brief steps on how to add a folder to threat exlusions so that with it, the folder containing steady files can be bypassed and will not be detected (even if there is malware) in it though.

Here are the steps.

Step 1.First, please open Kaspersky Internet Security you (KAV and KTS) too.

Step 2. Next, please click on the gear icon as I showed in the image above.

Step 3. Next, click on Threat and exclusions> Manage Exclusions.

And please add a folder or file if you want to make it part of the Exclusion list.

And that’s done, please just follow the orders available there.

Adding Exclusions Will It Be Harmful to Our Devices?

Regarding this, basically if we don’t input files that contain malware and threats, our device will be safe, and even if we accidentally open the file Kaspersky Internet Security will immediately block and delete these threats.

So the answer is safe and will not be dangerous. Unless you deactivate your Antivirus and then deliberately open files containing malware that you saved earlier.

So that’s the basic tutorial this time, hopefully it’s useful.

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