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I cannot find any setting or feature in Kaspersky Total Security 2019 about manual quarantine, sometimes I need to send files to quarantine on my computer, please guide me to the manual quarantine, thank you

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Welcome. Also , if you are talking about detected and/or deleted files you can temporarily disable  the option
Settings > General > [Interactive Protection] and manually  choose an action.

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2 hours ago, Berny said:

Welcome. Also , if you are talking about detected and/or deleted files you can temporarily disable  the option
Settings > General > [Interactive Protection] and manually  choose an action.

I was talking about manually sending suspected files(by right click or opening the kaspersky GUI clicking the quarantine- a button named "add to quarantine" etc) As far as I see on kaspersky settings I did not able to find any option related to that, thats a huge bummer to me because I'm a paranoid about my computer security and sometimes I manually putting .exe files into vault aka quarantine, well at least that what I was doing with my previous AV software. Perhaps good folks at Kaspersky can add that feature in next product release or update, it was a really useful feature in my former security program.

 

By the way, can I also ask that Kaspersky total security 2019 auto scans the exe files downloaded from my Internet browser? (Mozilla Firefox quantum 63) I didn't get any message about that from Kaspersky when download finished, message like "xxxxx.exe is safe" etc.

 

Thanks in advance

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6 minutes ago, YearsWithGPU said:

By the way, can I also ask that Kaspersky total security 2019 auto scans the exe files downloaded from my Internet browser? (Mozilla Firefox quantum 63) I didn't get any message about that from Kaspersky when download finished, message like "xxxxx.exe is safe" etc.

Web Anti-Virus component in KTS checks all the web pages you open and blocks any threats it finds (also the downloads).

https://support.kaspersky.com/14351#block2

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In earlier versions of Kaspersky, users could manually quarantine files if they thought they were infected or suspicious and Kaspersky had missed them.  That feature was eventually removed for reasons unknown.

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Also, in addition to what Berny, The Shield, dh27564 indicate in the three posts located above this post, 

The feature was removed a few or so years ago because popular erratic use of the feature caused deleterious issues. 

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