Software in conflict with Safetica
Posted by Jakub Hejzlar, Last modified by Michael Skoupý on 19 August 2019 03:03 PM
When installing Safetica to endpoints, you may encounter the message "Conflicting software was found". In this article, you will find basic scenarios of what conflicts may occur.
Safetica DLP solution provides with advanced security measurements, which require deep integration into the operating system. When encountering another installed DLP solution, possible technological conflicts may occur, which lead to an application malfunction as well as potential system instability and malfunction. We recommend uninstalling any potentially conflicting DLP solution, prior to Safetica DLP installation, in order to avoid any possible malfunctions.
SodatSW, GFI, CoSoSys, Check Point, McAfee, RSA, Symantec, Trend Micro, Websense, AuditPro (truconneXion), MiCoS SOFTWARE, Ryant, Pinya, Sophos, DriveLock, DeviceLock, Egosecure, itWatch, Morphisec Information Security
Network layer conflict
Safetica DLP utilizes a specific technology for managing network traffic. Users may encounter possible conflict with applications, which are integrated into network in order to monitor, modify or restrict the flow of network traffic.
Atom Security, DyKnow, Infoweise, KeepMyFamilySecure, Komodia, Kurupira, Lavasoft, Lenovo, Qustodio, Superfish, UtilTool Ltd, Websecure Ltd, Staffcop, Easy hide IP Classic, Hide-my-ip, MTProto technology, WebSockets technology, Bonjour (mDNSResponder.exe), .NET 4.5.1, Yandex - Certificates, RansomFree, Network printer (from 7.10 ver), GData InternetSecurity Web, NTP Protocol
Antivirus software and security
In order to provide effortless installation of Safetica DLP, we work closely with companies developing Antivirus software, to ensure that our software is not falsely detected as a potential threat. Before any official release, Safetica DLP is whitelisted in Antivirus databases.
To ensure full compatibility, we highly recommend manually setting exceptions for Safetica folders and processes and keeping your system and Antivirus software up to date, in order to avoid any possible conflict.