The CKLISTPATH_LOW variable defines the directories to be checked at the low security level. CKLISTPATH_MED and CKLISTPATH_HIGH environment variables function similarly for the medium and high security levels.
The directory list that is defined by an environment variable at a lower security level should be a subset of the directory list that is defined at the next higher level. For example, all directories that are specified for CKLISTPATH_LOW should be included in CKLISTPATH_MED. Similarly, all the directories that are specified for CKLISTPATH_MED should be included in CKLISTPATH_HIGH.
Checks that are performed on these directories are not recursive. ASET only checks those directories that are explicitly listed in the environment variable. ASET does not check their subdirectories.
You can edit these environment variable definitions to add or delete directories that you want ASET to check. Note that these checklists are useful only for system files that do not normally change from day to day. A user's home directory, for example, is generally too dynamic to be a candidate for a checklist.