Allowing data collection as an exclusion

3 October 2023

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You can allow tracking of your activity on specific websites as an exclusion.

To allow data collection as an exclusion:

  1. Open the main application window.
  2. Go to the Privacy section.
  3. Select the Private Browsing component, and click the Settings button icon.

    This opens the Private Browsing settings window.

  4. If the component is disabled, enable it by setting the toggle in the upper part of the window to On.
  5. Select the Block data collection option.

    Kaspersky Small Office Security will block data collection attempts on all websites except exclusions.

  6. By default, there is an exclusion to allow data collection on the websites of Kaspersky and its partners. If you want to block data collection on these websites, clear the Allow data collection on the websites of Kaspersky and its partners check box.
  7. By default, there is an exclusion to allow data collection on websites that may be rendered inoperable as a result of data collection being blocked, according to information available to Kaspersky. If you want to block data collection on these websites, clear the Allow data collection on incompatible websites check box.

    Kaspersky updates the list of incompatible websites as compatibility issues are resolved.

  8. If you want to specify your own exclusions:
    1. Click the Categories and exclusions link to open the Categories and exclusions window.
    2. Click the Exclusions link to open the Private Browsing exclusions window.
    3. Click the Add button.
    4. In the window that opens, enter the address of the website on which you want to allow activity tracking, and click the OK button.

      The specified website is added to the list of exclusions.

You can also allow data collection on a chosen website while it is open in the browser.

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