Our team is working on the installation of about 100 client installs of Kaspersky Endpoint Security. First we installed the Kaspersky Network Agent in order to start de deployment of the KES application, but we left it running for some time without installing KES.
Some days later we instructed KLNAgent to deploy KES version 10.0.0.327 on the OSX computers. While it succeeded, from that point on we found out that the system is generating much more core dumps than usual. As a result, we've got 10s of reports from users where their disk gets full due to core dumps. Most of our OSs are up to the latest version, El Capitan 10.11.5.
The solution is to empty the /cores folder and then set in /etc/sysctl.conf the kern.coredump=0 option, as per the following article ( http://krypted.com/mac-security/core-dumps-in-mac-os-x/ ).
We're wondering if any Kaspersky product is responsible of that many core dumps, and if there is any solution for that many crashes.