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    The latest upgrade version of Kaspersky anti virus will corrupt Dbase index files. Version 9.0.0.463 will not. A lot of programs still use BDE. The only way to safely run your Dbase program is with Kaspersky paused.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom E Drake View Post
    The latest upgrade version of Kaspersky anti virus will corrupt Dbase index files. Version 9.0.0.463 will not. A lot of programs still use BDE. The only way to safely run your Dbase program is with Kaspersky paused.
    Many AV products have exclusion options. Does Kaspersky offer a workaround of excluding file extensions and/or certain folders from scanning?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jscher2000 View Post
    Many AV products have exclusion options. Does Kaspersky offer a workaround of excluding file extensions and/or certain folders from scanning?
    I haven't found a workable solution. Kaspersky has settings for exclusions. I set all I could find, and it still corrupted the files. When you make a change to a database, there is a corresponding change to the indexes. Kaspersky seems to be interrupting that process.

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