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  1. Translation is ambiguous when you disable LiveGrid: "Esto puede ser muy peligroso, por lo que debe volver a habilitar la protección de inmediato" If we think of it as an implication, we should use "así que" or "por lo tanto". Thanks.
  2. Just upgraded to v10 Internet Security and found out Default Settings are different to those of v9. Advanced heuristics on FileExecution is disabled, can someone confirm?
  3. I would believe Filecoder behavior blocking, it's a sort of dynamic process profiler/tracer, in contrast to AMS which uses process scanning.
  4. Hola Silvia! Have you tried resetting all to default by using the button beside to [ OK | cancel ] buttons in Advanced setup? You should restart your PC to take effect.
  5. Advanced Memory Scanner does a dynamic DNA scan without the need of emulation. AMS is propietary technology and extends proactive longevity, reaching high (>90%) detection rates.
  6. Seems the rules are applied in the way described in the below image:
  7. lol, sure. Then make CPU anti-dust fan protection.
  8. What I understood is that folders are just some type of Null-zero-byte files. So, only the First level would be affected. Speaking about registry access, keys and values are treated by different functions https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/ms724875(v=vs.85).aspx Edit: another one undocumented: leaving the list for source apps in blank, and then switch between ["Specific applications" | "All applications"] makes a difference for triggering, related to overriding.
  9. To avoid ambiguities, I set the double backslash because I dont want recursivity (I want only the First nested level to trigger). But that '\\' dont work for the root dir in the volume. On the other hand, I triggered a rule when c:\windows\explorer.exe was trying to delete the file in the c:\windows directory; just using the c:\windows\\ notation. So is working as expected, exception is the root volume.
  10. @itman, just curious where you found that syntax of double backslash, (\\), maybe DOS or some WinApi. Also, it dont work for root volume directory, for example C:\\ dont work !
  11. Is that what I tried to say: The wildcard is invalid for a filesystem path. The listbox must show a *.* pattern, else will default to the whole filesystem For registry paths is OK.
  12. if I remember correctly SysInternals's util doesnt load the driver again if It remained in memory.
  13. ¿¿¿Have you tried Keylogger protection for your specific browser, since that is positively a protection feature ESET security producte claims??? a.k.a Online Payment Protection...
  14. ( Version 8.x and earlier : click Setup → Network and then click Change the protection mode of your computer in the network .)
  15. Drivers could also be loaded at any time after boot, it should makes sense when switched to interactive or policy based mode. I, for one, cannot see any important bug in the HIPS. Also, Smart rules seem to be dynamic for each HIPS update, maybe adapting to current threat landscape. Sometimes I see some notifications stating the HIPS user rule file was sent for analysis, which suggests a community ruleset.
  16. I just noticed Smart mode rules cannot be overriden also, a good thing in my opinion: I dont imagine to click Allow in a dialog just to notice after it was logged as Blocked by a explicit user rule. It would lead to confusion. EDIT: Smart mode rules can be overriden, too. I noticed that when enabled the rule notify/logging. Allowed drivers can be overriden, is explicitly written in documentation. Also some system processes are allowed access by default. (Regedit to registry keys, Explorer to write Thumbnails etc) they can be overriden also. This particular sentence... an ask rule is jus
  17. Yes, I know what you are refering to. Self-defense predefined rules are default deny rules, and they work no matter under what filtering mode you are running. They cannot be overriden (for example create a rule based on self-defense and change to default allow; it will be blocked anyway) You should understand each filtering mode as doing what they are intended to do, and rules as exceptions of what that filtering mode do. Now, between user rules the precedence is first the Block rules and just then the Allow rules I think Smart mode rules and Allowed drivers rule cannot be overriden, it is
  18. @mma64, good to know you will share such util in the future. In addition, I see any rule exported in the XML expand their environment variables. So a rule in a X system running the same OS as Y system, probably will fail across.
  19. v8 predefined rules are listed as user rules (allowed drivers) smart mode use some predefined rules which are hidden and intend to protect modification of services and so on. @itman, I would like to know under what filtering mode are you running the HIPS? I ask this because, there is no sense running it under a mode which doesnt correspond to the user rules.
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