TAM (Trusted Application Mode): Works better than before, for people wanting Default Deny. Only CON, doesn't block and restrict with a password (like Avast does with Hardened Mode).
this is bad indeed but if you really want password protection you can disable TAM notifications so that you will have to open kaspersky settings and allow unknown file to be executed from there and you can set password on setting access
 

motox781

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this is bad indeed but if you really want password protection you can disable TAM notifications so that you will have to open kaspersky settings and allow unknown file to be executed from there and you can set password on setting access
Good call. Are you talking about disabling "notify about events" (under settings>additional>notificatons)? If so, I believe that will disable all notifications.
 

Aaron Finn

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@motox781, I enjoyed your comprehensive descriptions of all that Kaspersky Total Security includes.
I have been a satisfied user of Kaspersky Internet Security for nearly one year, now.:D
After I read your positive comments, I then took a more serious look at all you've described.
It is certainly nice to find there is an all-in-one alternative I was not aware of before, and one which
(thanks to your share) others may also comparatively consider for value as well as a high level for both privacy & security.
I've been using Kaspersky Total Security on my primary systems for several years now and have found it to be one of the best I have ever run. Being a tech, I'm fortunate to have several systems running at any time, so I am able to run different security products on a couple of my lab systems for comparison. In that regard, I have found Kaspersky currently to offer the best protection, with the least problems otherwise.
 
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Spawn

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Congratulations on using all or most inclusive Kaspersky products.

Unlike [insert another Total Security software here] users.
 
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