Run your applications with Kaspersky Internet

October 27, 2009 at 18:54:37
Specs: Windows XP/2000/Seven/Vista
Kaspersky Internet Security 2010 is a full-featured security suite. But sometimes, in order to test some softwares or solve the problem that some of our safe applications, such as some games, were blocked by Kaspersky Internet Security 2010 (KIS 2010), we can use the following method to prevent our applications being blocked!<br /><br />1. Open KIS 2010, click the label "Setting". See picture 1<center><br /><em>Picture 1</em></center><br /><br />2. In the window "Settings", click "Threats and exclusions" on the left, then click the button "Settings" in the section of "Exclusions" and reach another window "Trusted zone". See picture 2<center><br /><em>Picture 2</em></center><br /><br />3. In the new openedwindow "Trusted zone", click the label "Trusted applications", then click the label "Add" and two labels "Browse" and "Apllications" appear for you to choose. See picture 3<br /><center><br /><em>Picture 3</em></center><br /><br />4. Click the label "Browse" and find the application which we do NOT want to be disabled or blocked by KIS 2010. Then a new window "Exclusions for application" will be shown. See picture 4<br /><br /><center><br /><em>Picture 4</em></center><br /><br />5. Checked all the four options of "Exclusions" and click the button"OK". See picture 5<br /><br /><center><br /><em>Picture 5</em></center><br /><br />6. Click the button "OK" in all opened windows for the setting.<br /><br />After that, our applications which have been allowed will not be blocked or disabled by KIS 2010. <br /><br />Download Kaspersky Internet Security 2010 or other Internet Security 2010 Software Here: Security Software.</em>

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October 28, 2009 at 09:40:38
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October 28, 2009 at 12:49:01
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