You can set ASET to operate at one of three security levels: low, medium, or high. At each higher level, ASET increases its file-control functions to reduce file access and heighten system security. These functions range from monitoring system security without limiting file access to users to increasingly tightening access permissions until a system is as secure as file permissions protection can make it.
The following list provides more information about the three ASET security levels.
Low security— Ensures that attributes of system files are set to standard release values. ASET performs several checks and reports potential security weaknesses. At this level, ASET takes no action and does not affect system services.