Program goals

  • Reduce the number of false positives in Kaspersky products and lower the risk of incorrectly classifying partner software
  • Significantly reduce the burden on partner and Kaspersky support teams
  • Ensure the best possible user experience for Kaspersky products



  • Participation is free
  • Unbiased third-party expert evaluation by Kaspersky
  • Confirmed absence of false positives in current Kaspersky security solutions
  • Participant support


Requirements for Whitelist program participants

  • Participants must provide a link to an active website with up-to-date information on the company and its products

    • The site must include the company’s legal address
    • The site must not promote religious, political or pseudoscience content
    • The names of site elements for interacting with the user clearly indicate their purpose, and user interaction scenarios are unambiguous

  • Participant software

    • Does not promote religious, political or pseudoscience content
    • Does not copy the interface of third-party products or standard operating system messages, and does not display false messages from third parties
    • Does not advertise or promote third-party software or web resources unrelated to the software launch platform (for example, Steam or Origin)
    • Does not access harmful resources or resources with potentially unwanted software
    • Does not use intentionally misleading language to force users to pay to use its features
    • Can be used as a remote administration tool on the condition that the software has not been used by cybercriminals and cannot be used for hidden remote access to user computers

  • The company’s digital signature (if available) is not used by other vendors and has not been compromised


Scan your files on Kaspersky Threat Intelligence Portal

The service provides up-to-date information on software identified by Kaspersky, including software submitted as part of the Whitelist program.