KAV 8.0 Question

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by cryon, Jun 30, 2008.

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  1. cryon

    cryon Registered Member

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    Hi Wilders Forumers,

    First of all, I'm not sure if this belongs to the firewall thread or antivirus thread. Please advise. Currently, I have an installation of KAV and Outpost Firewall Security Suite and would like to have all my web access to be monitored by Outpost and not KAV. Is there a way to do it? or should I just leave it to KAV to do the checking? Any suggestion is appreciated. Thanks.
     
  2. G1111

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    You could go into Settings, Network, Click on "Monitor Selected Ports" if not already checked, click on "select" then uncheck all of the selected ports, then click okay, then on the next screen "apply"
     
  3. Coolio10

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    He said KAV not KIS. Maybe he means web traffic protection?
     
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    You must disable Web Traffic protection.
     
  5. cryon

    cryon Registered Member

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    Thanks guys. Will test it out.
     
  6. dawgg

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    Not sure if this is included in KAV, but if it is, it will also prevent Web-AV and Mail-AV from functioning
     
  7. G1111

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    This option is in KAV 2009 (I am using it) and I have on occasion disabled port 80 from being monitiored. The requester above would have to experiment with these settings. I only told that person how to do it. I do the opposite. I have the anti-spyware on Outpost disabled and rely on KAV and MBAM. Obviously Kaspersky Labs would advise against this.
     
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