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kayut
post 16.09.2009 14:49
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Hy,

How can I block with KIS 2010 a program from connecting to the internet ??

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richbuff
post 17.09.2009 03:38
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Please see: http://forum.kaspersky.com/index.php?s=&am...t&p=1093461


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post 1.01.2010 07:49
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These links are in German... or something.... is there not an English explaination?????????
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post 1.01.2010 11:31
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These links are in German...
That link was specially posted in reply to someone who speaks German.

en: http://forum.kaspersky.com/index.php?showtopic=67972 All four posts.


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DarknQuiet
post 16.02.2010 17:54
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That explains it for 2009, but how do you block them in 2010?
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post 16.02.2010 20:53
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QUOTE(DarknQuiet @ 16.02.2010 16:54) *
That explains it for 2009, but how do you block them in 2010?

I agree--I also need the same info for KIS 2010--and in English.
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post 16.02.2010 21:10
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In Kaspersky's settings, click Firewall - Settings... locate and double-click the program you want to deny. Right-click the ticks and select Deny.




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