Well that didn't work. Kaspersky gave me two options - delete or block with no explanation of what these two terms mean and no option to "ignore" the warning and proceed. In fact the Kaspersky interface is ridiculously confusing to negotiate. totally written in geek-speak where titles and subtitles often bear absolutely no resemblance to the meaning of the words in plain English. Sorry - that's a rant, isn't it?
Anyway - BFG are now working with Kaspersky to test the files Kaspersky thought were malicious and hopefully de-list them. so I may yet get to play this game.
Well, Meryl. I think you're almost there!
I agree that the Kaspersky interface is far too complex, and it changes every year on top of that - a 'very helpful' feature of most software nowadays - but I think there's a relatively simple solution.
It's a good thing if the object gets blocked, because it means it doesn't get cleaned or removed.
The easiest way would be to right-click on the blocked file, then select 'Scan for viruses'.
Then you get a pop-up screen with the line "Warning: 1 object not disinfected" and a red line below it "1 object not processed". If you click on the red line, you can click a button 'Resolve' in another screen, then choose 'Add to exclusions'.(I switched the interface language to English, so no guesses from Dutch this time!)
You can also consult the Notification Center screen of your Kaspersky Anti-Virus. There you'll find a warning list with the same options as in the previous paragraph.
I think this should work!