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Specifics of infected file processing by application components
By default, the application can delete infected files that cannot be disinfected. Removal by default can be performed
during file processing by such components as Application Control, Mail Anti-Virus, File Anti-Virus, during scan tasks, and
also when System Watcher detects malicious activity of applications.
Limitations applicable to certain components in case of application installation together with
Kaspersky Fraud Prevention for Endpoints
Operation of the following Kaspersky Internet Security components is limited in Protected Browser if the application is
installed together with Kaspersky Fraud Prevention for Endpoints:
Web Anti-Virus, except Anti-Phishing
Parental Control
Kaspersky URL Advisor
Anti-Banner
Warning about changes in IM Anti-Virus and Parental Control functionality
Beginning with the 2016 version of Kaspersky Internet Security, the IM Anti-Virus component does not scan messages
transmitted via the IRC protocol.
Beginning with the 2016 version of Kaspersky Internet Security, the Parental Control component does not scan
messages transmitted via IM clients.
About personal data contained in report files
Report files are stored locally on your computer.
Path to report files: %allusersprofile%\Kaspersky Lab\AVP16.0.0\Report\Database.
Reports are stored in the following files:
reports.db
reports.db-wal
reports.db-shm (does not contain any personal data)
Report files are protected against unauthorized access if self-defense is enabled in Kaspersky Internet Security.
If self-defense is disabled, report files are not protected.
Report files can contain personal data obtained during operation of protection components, such as File Anti-Virus
component, Mail Anti-Virus, Anti-Spam, Web Anti-Virus, and Parental Control.
Report files can contain the following personal data:
IP address of the user's device
Online browsing history
Versions of the browser and operating system
Names of cookies and other files and paths to them
Email address, sender, message subject, message text, user names, and list of contacts
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