I experience more or less random CPU overloads by avp.exe process.
I happens mostly when trying to open various apllications, or KIS's settings, but it is not so very often problem after all. Usually I can trigger the problem myself by clicking on "SPAM"/"NOT SPAM" icons in OE. In 2 per 10 cases (even on the same e-mail) - that will cause a nasty freezing and 100% CPU overload. Everything freezes for about 20-30 sec. wich is VERY annoying, as you may imagine.
I've been observing KIS's File Anti-Virus Statistisc and every time the freeze happened, there was a file named wbk###.tmp as "Last scanned" (the numbers in the filename may change during the freeze! - so there are more than one such files being created and scanned at the time).
Are the files named: wbk###.tmp (e.g. wbk2b0.tmp, wkb39A.tmp) created by KIS?
I can't locate them, they seem to be deleted instantly after the freeze is gone.
So I tried to be smart and made a Trused Zone rule:
The object will not be scanned if...:
Object name: wbk*.tmp
Checking task: any task.
But system freezes still occur, and - what surprized me most - there are still wbk###.tmp displayed by KIS statisctisc as "Last scanned"! Why?
Is it normal that files in Trusted Zone can be "Last scanned"?
Maybe that just means that KIS detected their creation/modification and would have scanned them if they were not in Trusted Zone?
Anyway - the problem of CPU overload caused by avp.exe has something to do with wbk###.tmp files! What are they?