If you participate in Kaspersky Security Network (see the section "Participating in Kaspersky Security Network " on
page 97), you agree to automatically send the following information related to Kaspersky Internet Security use from your
computer to Kaspersky Lab:
Information about the hardware and software installed on the computer
Information about the anti-virus protection status of the computer, as well as about all probably infected objects
and decisions made regarding those objects
Information about applications that are downloaded and started
Information about errors and use of the interface of Kaspersky Internet Security
Application details, including application version, information about files of downloaded software modules, and
versions of current application databases
Information about operation of the Private Browsing component
Information about the date and time the files were created and modified if they are at higher risk of being
exploited by criminals
Statistics about updates and connections to Kaspersky Lab servers
Information about the currently used wireless connection
Statistics on delays caused by Kaspersky Internet Security while the user is using applications installed on the
Files that can be used by criminals to damage your computer, or fragments of such files, including files
referenced by malicious links
For purposes of preventing and investigating incidents, you agree to send to Kaspersky Lab executable and non-
executable trusted files, segments of random access memory, boot sectors of the operating system, and application
activity reports containing:
Information about processes and services that have been started, including checksums (MD5) of the process or
service file, file name and size, path to the file, names of and paths to files accessed by the process, names and
values of registry keys accessed by the process, segments of random access memory, web addresses and IP
addresses accessed by the process.
The name of the account under which the process is running, the name of the computer on which it has been
started, headers of process windows, ID of antivirus databases, name of the threat detected per Kaspersky Lab
classification, unique ID of the license, expiration date and type of license, version of the operating system and
service packs installed on the computer, and local time.
To improve performance of Kaspersky Internet Security, you agree to submit the following information to Kaspersky Lab:
Information about the process that is attacking Kaspersky Internet Security Self-Defense.
ID of the process being attacked.
ID of the event that crashed an application installed on the computer.
Information about the operating system at the time of BSOD.
Name of the root index file of databases, its date and time, secondary index files and their dates and times
for specific update categories, names of specific files from the update categories and their checksums for
databases that have been or are being downloaded.
Information about the NativeImage file: type, name, and checksum of the file (MD5 and SHA256).
Information about the operation of the Private Browsing component, including the web address added to or
removed from the list of exclusions by the user, the attribute of a web address having been added to or removed
from the list of exclusions, the ID of the component setting.
Information about the System Watcher component.
The ID of the category of the operating system setting being changed, the ID of the type of setting change,
the name of the browser to which the setting belongs, if changes of this operating system setting have been
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