Kaspersky antivirus is the best security software if it comes to protecting the device against viruses, threats, and other malware. This security software comes with an outstanding feature, Kaspersky System Watcher is effective in scanning the most relevant system event data. The monitor tracks information about the modification and creation of files, the work of system services, and any changes made to the system registry along with system calls and data transfers over the network. System Watcher Feature on Kaspersky also processes information about the operations with the symbolic links that contain references to the directories or files, modifications of the master boot record where the loader for the installed operating system is the interception and stored of Operating system reboot.
Apart from this, it examines the contents of the packets that are transmitted through TCP, the main Internet transport layer protocol, in search of any evidence of the criminal activity. The data collection process is automated and doesn’t require user interaction. Using the BSS module, System Watcher can make decisions independently as to whether a program is malicious based on the data it examines. Apart from this, Kaspersky Lab’s security products include a mechanism where the module continually exchanges information with other components and the web antivirus module, the IM antivirus, the Host Intrusion Prevention System and the firewall.
Enable or Disable System Watcher
• In the main window of Kaspersky Internet Security
• Go to the Protection section
• And then, Find System Watcher and enable or disable it by clicking the switch on the right
• System Watcher will be enabled or disabled
System Watcher includes:
• Automatic Exploit Prevention technology prevents and blocks the action of Exploits
• Application Privilege Control performs an action specified in the component settings when it identifies suspicious application behavior
• Protection against screen lockers, that identifies and removes screen lockers when you press a set key combination on the keyboard
Rollback of malware actions and the information about the suspicious actions in the system is collected not only for the current session but also for precious sessions. It also allows rolling back all actions conducted by the application if it is identified as malicious.
Protection against Cryptoviruses- These are a type of malware that is designed to encrypt your files and demand a ransom. When a cryptovirus attempts to encrypt a file, the product automatically creates a backup copy of the file before it is affected. If the file gets encrypted then, the product restores it from a backup copy
If you are facing any issue while enabling this feature then, in that case, it is recommended to call on Kaspersky Helpline Number UK to get quick assistance from the technical experts. The teams are available all the time to help you in any manner they can.