Kaspersky Total Renewal Questions?  

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       #31

    Studynxx said:
    You have a point. However, Kaspersky TS is equipped with HIPS, part of which is application control. According to what the file attempts to accomplish and according to its own DataBase (Kaspersky Security Network), it constantly monitors applications and - in theory - if an app tries something shady, it will be blocked.

    Do correct my understanding if it's false tho.
    There is no doubt that Kaspersky is one of the best AV's however, by not following safe computing practices its only a matter of time before you encounter a zero day or open something and give it administrative privilege's, then your toast.
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       #32

    Digmor Crusher said:
    There is no doubt that Kaspersky is one of the best AV's however, by not following safe computing practices its only a matter of time before you encounter a zero day or open something and give it administrative privilege's, then your toast.
    True, true.
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       #33

    Studynxx said:
    You have a point. However, Kaspersky TS is equipped with HIPS, part of which is application control. According to what the file attempts to accomplish and according to its own DataBase (Kaspersky Security Network), it constantly monitors applications and - in theory - if an app tries something shady, it will be blocked.

    Do correct my understanding if it's false tho.


    So you are saying when you are going to open a file or program or pdf file, if there is malware there, will kaspersky total protect your computer or not?


    I know about that message that shows up when you open an exe program and how it says are you sure you want to open it... this was the message back then when I used windows defender. So does this happen with kaspersky total?


    So if you click on a link but not intentionally, will kaspersky total protect you or not? Let say someone sent you an attachment whether it is a file or pdf file or picture and you opened it because you thought it was your friend who sent you it via email....but it was not. Will kaspersky total protect you when you download the file? What about when you open the file? So say the file has malware. If you download it.. let say it is a pdf file... do you have malware? Or only if you open the file? But when you open the file, will kaspersky total protect you? Same situation but now with windows defender.
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