For the site in question, click the orange exclamation mark on the right of the address bar. Then go Certificate Information > Details tab > Copy to File... Save the certificate (as a DER encoded binary). Next go to the Wrench > Options > Under the Hood tab > Manage certificates. In the Trusted Root Certification Authorities, Import the newly created file and add to the Trusted Root Certification Authorities list. Answered Mar, 29 2011
Hello,as with any comprehensive antivirus software, you'll need to know how to add a trusted site to Kaspersky in order to get the most out of the product. It may seem a bit cumbersome, but it's worth the hassle to receive the top-notch anti-virus protection this software offers.
First, go to Settings. This is where you can modify a number of settings in the Kaspersky Anti-Virus software to your needs. Feel free to poke around this area a bit to familiarize yourself with it, and if you have questions, visit the help menu (by pressing F1) to learn more about the specific tools. Then click Protection and choose Web Anti-Virus. This protection section allows you to modify anti-virus areas. Right now, we're working with trusted sites, but there are a number of items in this area you should familiarize yourself with.
Click Settings and choose Scan Optimization. Ensure that the box next to "do not scan HTTP traffic from trusted web addresses" is checked. This makes sure that each time you go to your trusted site, Kaspersky doesn't rescan the website, as it might not let you visit upon rescan.
Then, select Add and enter the URL (or internet address) in the area provided. Ensure that this is spelled correctly; you may want to copy and paste directly from the site or Google, if possible. If it is misspelled, then it will not be properly added to your trusted sites list, and Kaspersky will not let you visit.
Finally, click OK. Now your website has been added to the trusted sites section of Kaspersky Anti-Virus, and you'll be able to visit without hassles. Repeat this process if you wish to add more trusted sites to Kaspersky Anti-Virus. Answered Jan, 13 2011