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roger_alcantara

Question about exclusions

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hi guys. :)

 

i recently got myself a USB broadband modem... during installation... Kaspersky blocked one of the drivers... but since that driver had to be installed,i had to allow it... it notified me again and again that a driver was trying to access my pc, so i had no choice but to add it to the exclusion...

 

i went to the Kaspersky interface and went to the exclusion list to see what just happened... my question is this...

 

what does this actually mean?

 

kaspersky-exclusion.jpg

 

what does "OBJECT" and "Threats type" mean? dopes it mean that kaspersky wont detect the "OBJECT" as long as it takes the form of "C:\PROGRAM FILES\GLOBE BROADBAND\DRIVER\DEVSETUP32.EXE"

 

sorry if it's such a noob question... i'm not really much of a techie so sometimes these pc stuff really confuses me. :P thanks a bundle in advance guys. :)

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Exit KAV, and reinstall your USB modem.

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Exit KAV, and reinstall your USB modem.

 

thanks DonKid... :) i was able to install the USB modem already... when it kept on blocking it, i just included the blocked app in the exclusion list... after that the installation proceeded without a glitch. :) i'm just wondering if what i did was right... adding it to exclusion. although i think it's not a malware of any sort... so i guess what i did was ok right? :) the "objects" and "threat type" got me a bit confused. and since i've succcessfully installed the USB modem, should i remove the exclusions i just made, or just leave it be? :)

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