How on earth is it possible, a application that tracks applications ignores games? Isn’t this Software to monitor a Child?
But before this entire post gets deleted because i am so angry… my Problem…
I have two kids, both 13 and 14. Kaspersky Safe Kids running on both windows 10 Computer. The Application Tracking is basically working. I can see they have had to use Enpass to log in into their games , they used Steam to launch their games, BUT THE 2 HOURS OF GAMING ARE NOT IN THE TRACKING!!!!!!! 🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬
What do i have to do ALL of their Games get tracked? Do i really have to reinstall the entire Safe Kids stuff because of these stupidities? This happens almost every Month. Steam installs a Update and the game gets no longer tracked. So ridiculous. Every time this happens i plan to not longer use Kaspersky but with this whole corona ********, i think… Well, i guess this was a one time thing. But now it was the SIXT time, this happens.
So now, i wan’t a “click here, click here, click there” kinda solution… How to solve this?
Best answer by FreakErn
however, having said that, it’s not unknown for KSK to not recognise/categorise & or mis-categorise various applications/games…
Sorry, but this is unacceptable for a product i pay for. We have 15 (!) Kaspersky licenses… four phones, six computer, even my virtual machines have their own licenses.
I am software developer and if i would tell my colleagues/customers “it’s not unknown feature x does not always work as expected” i would INSTANTLY loose my job! And if i keep thinking… well, when the parental control software may not do its job correctly what if the antivirus software sometime does not recognize the virus i am infecting me right now?
Imagine a Car manufacturer may some day say… well the airbags work, but it’s not unknown they do not trigger… or it’s not unknown the brakes do not stop the car entirely... What the ****. I can’t believe you wrote that.
There are a lot of parental control and a lot of antivirus applications.
Thanks for this enlightening sentence.