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No it's not. MBAM goes to trusted applications group, true, however I'd go as far as adding full exclusions to MBAM-related executables in Application Filtering. This in effect adds MBAM to Trusted zone, making sure KIS allows MBAM to do its stuff w/o any interference (especially if running KIS in Interactive mode).

Trusted programs group is NOT the same as Trusted zone.

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