The Kaspersky Firewall, a part of the Kaspersky Internet Security package, is among the forefront of home Internet protection. The Kaspersky Firewall should, when a new program attempts to connect to the Internet or vice-versa, prompt you to either allow or deny the request. If you have accidentally denied the request, or alternatively were never prompted with it, you can manually add exceptions to the Firewall settings. Adding a program, such as for uTorrent, to the Firewall's exception list allows you to use the program freely without the constraints of the Kaspersky Firewall.
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Click "Start," then "All Programs," then "Kaspersky Internet Security" to launch the program.
Click "Settings" at the bottom of the left panel of the screen, then click the "+" icon next to "Protection." Click "Firewall" from the list, then click "Settings" under the "Filtration Settings" heading.
Click "Add," and then click "Browse." Locate uTorrent on your computer. The location will have been specified when you were first installing the program. Typically, it will be "C:\Program Files\Utorrent."
Click "OK" to confirm adding the program to the exceptions list, then make sure that there is a check mark in the check box for uTorrent. Click "OK" to save changes, and then click "OK" to exit from the Firewall settings. You have now added uTorrent as an exception in Kaspersky Firewall.
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