First of all thanks to Kaspersky for a great product.
I presented these issues in an article on how to boot Kaspersky Rescue Disk 2018 ISO from Grub2 and Grub4dos on my blog.
I used Kaspersky Rescue Disk 10 before, everything works fine. At version 2018, it supports booting in UEFI mode, but I have encountered a major problem. I have access to all the partitions, but there are not any partitions in the list so I can select and scan. I have tested and this problem does not happen on the virtual machine.
The second problem is that I can not update Kaspersky's virus database.
Kaspersky Rescue Disk 2018 is based on SystemRescueCd, which has a very nice feature that is backing-store. It allows you to save changes including browser data to somewhere that it supports. For Ubuntu it is called persistent mode. But there is a big problem that has arisen when I use this feature, that is, I can not update Kaspersky's virus database.
I would like to suggest that the database should be stored in the backing-store if the user uses this feature.