Software for Internet security including antivirus is available from the technology company Avast for consumers, small businesses, and educational institutions. The best antivirus program according to CNET is its Avast Free Antivirus package.
Although the program offers complete protection for Windows and Mac OS systems, it may flag or block program files that it mistakenly believes pose a security risk to your system.
Open Avast and disable every barrier under "Active Protection." You may also carry out this action in Windows by performing a right-click on the Avast icon located in the system tray. Installing the desired program will unlock it.
You must use the file path of a program's executable file in order to unblock it. When a dialogue box displays when you right-click on even a program's icon in Windows, you may select this file path from it.
To add the path to your clipboard, copy the text from the line that appears in the "Target" field. To identify the software on a Mac, use the Finder application. To copy the path into the "Where" field of the program's info dialogue hit "Command-I."
Select "Antivirus" then "Settings" after starting Avast Free Antivirus. The "File path" area, which reads "(insert file path)," is where you can paste the file paths you saved. The program will be blocked from all of Avast's defenses, including virus scanning, when you click "Add." Once you've added the file exclusion, don't forget to Install a Program When Avast Blocks It.