does the reg edit for kis tags 100% work?

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  1. zfactor

    zfactor Registered Member

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    i think im going to pick up a lic for kis7 and a few have told me about the registry edit to eliminate the tagging.. does this 150% work? has anyone verified that it def works and if it does minus the slower scan times will there be any effecto_O thanks a million...
     
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    You can disable the Object IDs by disabling iSwift in Kaspersky's options dialog.
     
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    that only disables them for on demand scanning from what everyone says though. ive been told it does not disable them from real time scanning
     
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    Uless you know the workings of the registry, DON'T TOUCH IT! or your Computer WILL Die :ninja: :gack:
     
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    Are you talking about the Registry or Kaspersky?
     
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    the registry edit that will make the iswift no longer function. and i can edit the registry just fine, i just need to know if this edit for kav actually does stop the object id's as many have told me it does.
     
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    :D Well I've yet to hear about Kaspersky Killing Computers, Viruses yes, but messing with the registry certainly does kill your Computer
     
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    Yes, when you uncheck iSwift within the graphic user interface or during installation, it only prevents on-demand scans from using it. Real-time protection will still use it.

    However, one can disable that, too, from within the registry, by going to...

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\KasperskyLab\protected\AVP7\profiles\File_Monitoring\settings

    ...and set the UseIStreams key to 0 instead of the default 1.
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    this is what i was talking about..
     
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    not worried about messing with the registry have done it for a long time.. no big deal lol
     
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    Well thats alright then :p Some dive in though and regret it later :blink:
     
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