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Kudos0

360 Version: 4 - how to configure or turn off Sonar

I am a software developer and I just upgraded to 360 Version: 4.0.0.127 (from v3).  Everytime I recompile one of my apps, 360 pops up the Sonar window to block my application.  I'm tired of having to constantly tell it to allow the app to run.

Ideally I'd like it not to check certain applications (the ones I'm developing) at all.  If that is not possible then I need to turn it off.  Perhaps I'm just in too big of a hurry and keep looking past the obvious, but I cannot figure out how to do either one.

I'd appreciate any help!

Thanks,

Mike

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Kudos0

Re: 360 Version: 4 - how to configure or turn off Sonar

I am a software developer and I just upgraded to 360 Version: 4.0.0.127 (from v3).  Everytime I recompile one of my apps, 360 pops up the Sonar window to block my application.  I'm tired of having to constantly tell it to allow the app to run.

Ideally I'd like it not to check certain applications (the ones I'm developing) at all.  If that is not possible then I need to turn it off.  Perhaps I'm just in too big of a hurry and keep looking past the obvious, but I cannot figure out how to do either one.

I'd appreciate any help!

Thanks,

Mike

Kudos0

Re: 360 Version: 4 - how to configure or turn off Sonar

1. You can turn off Sonar on the Settings -> Antivirus -> Auto-protect tab.

2. Try to add the application folders to the Exclusion list (both auto-protect and scan)   //Second tab on the Antivirus settings//

Let us know the results.

Windows 10 Hungarian, Norton Internet Security v22.9.0.71
Kudos0

Re: 360 Version: 4 - how to configure or turn off Sonar

If your compiled programs are in one directory, then you can manually excluded that directory from AutoProtect and File Scans.

Go to Settings > Antivirus > Scans and Risks > Exclusions / Low Risks > Scan Exclusions > Configure.  Click on Add under the Scan heading and navigate to your directory that has the compiled / compiling work you want to exclude.  Make sure that the "Include subfolders" option is checked and click OK.  Do the same for the Real Time Protection Exclusions.  Click Apply and then OK.  You should not have a problem after that.

Win10 x64; Proud graduate of GeeksToGo

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