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What's the difference between the regular exclusions and performance exclusions?


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Detection exclusions should be used to exclude a particular detection by name, e.g. when you use a particular potentially unwanted or unsafe application deliberately.

On the contrary, performance exclusions are meant to be used as a last resort to resolve performance issues caused by scanning. We prefer using process exclusions to performance exclusions which is a safer way of solving performance issues if caused by one or a few processes that are known to not launch malware.

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