You can view and manage the applications and files that the product blocks in the App and file control view.

To access the App and file control view:

  1. Open the product from the Windows Start menu.
  2. Select Viruses and Threats.
  3. Select App and file control.

The App and file control view opens, including four separate tabs:

Quarantine is a safe repository for files that may be harmful. The product can place both harmful items and potentially unwanted applications in quarantine to make them harmless. You can restore applications or files from the quarantine later if you need them. If you do not need a quarantined item, you can delete it. Deleting an item in the quarantine removes it permanently from your computer.
This tab shows you the applications that DeepGuard has blocked. DeepGuard blocks the applications that it monitors when they behave suspiciously or try to connect to the internet.
This tab shows you the applications, files, and folders that are excluded from scanning. DeepGuard does not block any excluded applications from running, and the product does not scan any excluded locations for harmful items. You can exclude both folders and individual files.
This tab shows you the folders that are protected against destructive software, such as ransomware. The product blocks any unsafe applications from making changes to the files stored in these folders.

Source : Official F-Secure Brand
Editor by : BEST Antivirus KBS Team

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