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Open the Dr.Web settings.

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Click on the gear icon.

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Open the "Exclusions" section and click on the padlock icon.

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Enter the administrator login and password, and then click on "OK".

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Click on "Websites".

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Enter the URL to which you want to allow access and then click on the "Allow" button. The URL will be added to the white list.

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Click on "OK" once all the addresses you need have been added to the white list.

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Dr.Web Security Space for Windows supports the use of masks when URLs are specified, but in this case, that capability is absent. Therefore, site addresses and not segments of their names should be added to the white list.

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