How to configure the Kaspersky Antivirus not to stop the KidLogger for Windows

Kaspersky Antivirus protects your computer from various threats such as viruses, spyware, ransomware, banners, and others. But program developers are not supposed to know all existing parental control programs and add them to the exclusion list. Therefore, the parents themselves need to add the KidLogger program to the list of exceptions.

In this article, we will describe in detail the entire process of adding KidLogger to the exception list of the Kaspersky Small Office Security 8.

First, we have to download the KidLogger for Windows onto the target computer. The browser allows doing it as well as Kaspersky, if the program is in enrypted atchive. You can find all programs in encrypted archives on the download page, when you login your user account.

And now we need to open the Kaspersky program and stop the protection for a while. To avoid some trouble to happen at this time, disconnect your computer from the Internet.

To stop protection, start the Kaspersky application and click the cogwheel in the lower-left corner. Then click Protection, and disable all the options but Web protection.


After that, go back to the download folder and unpack the KidLogger for Windows program into a new folder.
Run the Install.exe file as administrator and install the KidLogger program on your computer. Don't connect the applicaiton to your online account now, we'll do it later.

Now we have to add the KidLogger working folder and its main modules to the list of exclusions of the Kaspersky antivirus.
To do this, switch to Kaspersky again and find the Additional section in its settings, and inside it – Threats and Exclusions. (fig. 2)

Click Manage Exclusions

Click the Add, Browse button, and find the C: \ Program files (x86) \ KidLogger folder. Click the Add button. Then click Add, Browse again, find the KidLogger working folder again and enter the mask for the EXE files:


Click Add

Then do the same again, but with a * .dll mask

Files with exe and dll extensions are very important in the operation of KidLogger for Windows. Therefore, they must be protected from antivirus.
It should look like in Figure 5.

After that, we do the following:

  • Turn on antivirus protection. Settings, Protection and there enable all the necessary options;
  • Turn the Internet connection on;
  • Switch to the KidLogger program and connect it to your account on the server.

The program is configured!

Here you can find tutorials, articles and announcements about KidLogger SAS: what new features we’ve implemented, how to install Kidlogger, and how to set up user monitoring for different platforms like Windows, Mac, Android, Symbian, BlackBerry and iOS.

We’re happy to hear any suggestions you might have about improving KidLogger.

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