harlan4096

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For 2015 version it was also an URP In English section of the forum... We'll see if this time They do the same...
 
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harlan4096

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Defaults settings are set to take action automatically: Disinfect, and if it fails, then delete.

In same cases, for example, a MS-Word document comes with an infected script embedded, in this cases Kaspersky only deletes that script but keep the document, so that the user don't have to recover from quarantine the document.

I know, We are all more paranoid than standard users :D and prefer deleting the whole infected file, but for medium users auto mode/default settings it the best bet. Of course You can change it to Delete in Settings if You want.