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ParaJack
post 8.03.2013 21:29
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Hi, just looking at the settings for Kasperky in Google Chrome, the following:

Content Blocker
Kaspersky URL Advisor
Virtual Keyboard


They have two option that I can tick or not! 'Allow in incognito' which i know about, but the second I'm not sure of 'Allow access to file URLs' at present it is unticked. Should it be ticked and what exactly does it do?

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Iceberg_slim9
post 23.12.2013 05:08
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Hi I'm also struggling with the same points - Any helpers please? But #Parajak, could you please explain how the 'allow in incognito' works?

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hoople
post 23.12.2013 05:22
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QUOTE(Iceberg_slim9 @ 23.12.2013 05:08) *
Hi I'm also struggling with the same points - Any helpers please? But #Parajak, could you please explain how the 'allow in incognito' works?

Thanks in advance for your help smile smile.gif


Most browsers have a browsing mode that disables all extensions for possible privacy. Due to how this browser mode is typically used I would recommend enabling it for Kaspersky's extensions.
https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95464?hl=en

The 'allow access to file URLs' checkbox would allow the browser extension to read locally stored webpages which are on your hard drive, when they are opened.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File_URI_scheme

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