However, after installing July 26 Windows 10 1903 update, "Allow" rules doesn't apply to necessary apps.
I set Kaspersky to restrict other apps via:
- create a category which has a rule that blocks every app except Microsoft (If Microsoft apps are not allowed, allowed apps on that category are not getting allowed to access specific resource)
- create Files and Folders rule on category I created on step 1, set file path to only allow apps I need to use and inherit deny rules so others shouldn't have access that path.
- click Save
but July 26 Windows 10 1903 update messed up with this, "Allow" rules on this category are not applied, even if I allowed every app with Microsoft signature, which worked for necessary apps and protected access from others well previously.
for example, I restricted Chrome User Data folder only allows Microsoft and Google, so other apps shouldn't has access to it, preventing other apps stealing login credentials, web history, cookies, etc.
However, with that update, even Chrome cannot get access to Chrome User Data then silently crashes.
The only way workaround is marking a check from exclusions rules, which makes Kaspersky not to inherit restrictions from parent, on every apps on that vendor(bulk applying exclusions rules are nowhere on KIS 2020).
How can I get "allow" rules works without setting exclusions to each exe?