Kaspersky Internet Security contains a web anti-virus feature that scans HTTP traffic and that appears to interfere with Jungle Disk. To resolve this issue, set the Kaspersky Internet Security Web Anti-Virus feature to use "Streaming scan (limited signature)" method of traffic scanning.
Version 6 and earlier:
- Double click the Kaspersky icon in the system tray or right click on it and select " Open Kaspersky Internet Security 6.0"
- In the "Protection" box at the top left hand side of the window left click once on the line that reads "Web Anti-Virus".
- On the right hand side of the window locate the text in the "Status" segment/box that reads "Traffic Scan". Left click on it.
- A new screen/window should open up and on the right hand side there should be a box/segment entitled "Security Level". Within this box/segment there should be a button entitled "Customize". Left click it once. This will open up a new window.
- In the new window/screen there is a box/segment entitled "Scan Method". With two main options as below:
- Streaming scan (limited signature)
- Buffering scan (complete signatures)
- Select the first option "Streaming scan (limited signature)" and then click the "OK" button down at the bottom of the window.
- You should now be at one of the earlier screens. Click the "OK" button at the bottom of the window.
- You should now be at the main Kaspersky settings window. Close the window.
Version 7 and higher:
- In Kaspersky, at the top right, click SETTINGS.
- Then under OPTIONS, click THREATS AND EXCLUSIONS.
- Click the TRUSTED ZONE... button on the right.
- At the top, click the TRUSTED APPLICATIONS tab.
- Click the ADD button at the bottom and then click APPLICATIONS.
- Look for the JungleDiskMonitor.exe in the list and select.
- Check all 3 exclusions.
- You are slightly reducing the security level of the traffic scanning feature of Kaspersky Internet Security 6.0.