How to enable and configure Automatic Exploit Prevention in Kaspersky Total Security 20

 

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How to enable and configure Automatic Exploit Prevention in Kaspersky Total Security 20

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Latest update: 2019 Jun 10 ID: 15063
 
 
 
 

Exploits are malicious programs that exploit computer vulnerabilities to install other malicious programs. Exploits most often attack browsers, as well as popular applications such as Adobe Flash, Java and Microsoft Office.

Kaspersky Total Security stops exploits from launching and prevents further infection of your computer. The lists of applications with vulnerabilities are updated together with the anti-virus databases. For instructions on updating the databases, see this article.

By default, Automatic Exploit Prevention is enabled and uses the settings recommended by Kaspersky Lab experts. You can change the protection settings if necessary. See the instructions below.

 
 
 
 
 

How to enable and configure Automatic Exploit Prevention

 
 
 
 
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