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Dear Team,

I'm looking the rule to dectect user install new application or user install exe, msi file....

please give me an advice on this situation.

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If you have the application details such as Signature, executable name etc. you can create a rule base on this information.

Do you have a specific application in mind you want to detect with a rule?

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On 1/21/2022 at 6:05 AM, Ted Join said:

@Jamil-soc I have the same question, how we can detect if user install the application name "UltraViewer_setup_6.5_vi.exe" 

Here you go, a rule to detect UltraViewer:

        <definition>
            <process>
                <operator type="or">
                    <operator type="AND">
                        <condition component="FileItem" property="Extension" condition="is" value="exe" />
                        <condition component="Module" property="SignerName" condition="contains" value="DUC FABULOUS CO.,LTD" />
                    </operator>
                    <operator type="and">
                        <condition component="FileItem" property="Extension" condition="is" value="exe" />
                        <operator type="or">
                            <condition component="Module" property="InternalName" condition="starts" value="UltraViewer" />
                            <condition component="Module" property="OriginalFileName" condition="starts" value="UltraViewer" />
                            <condition component="Module" property="CompanyName" condition="starts" value="DucFabulous" />
                            <condition component="Module" property="ProductName" condition="starts" value="UltraViewer" />
                        </operator>
                    </operator>
                </operator>
            </process>
        </definition>

 

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  • 4 weeks later...

maybe helpfull:

i'm doing this over the eset protect console with report template which can be shown on the Dasboard:

> Reports > And then add:

Table Columns
Installed software . Application name
Installed software . Time of occurrence
Installed software . Application vendor
Computer . Computer name
Computer . Computer description
...

And Sort by
Installed software . Time of occurrence  OR >  just sort by application name

- So I can see all Software which has got installed on Clients.

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On 2/16/2022 at 10:05 PM, schuetzdentalCB said:

maybe helpfull:

i'm doing this over the eset protect console with report template which can be shown on the Dasboard:

> Reports > And then add:

Table Columns
Installed software . Application name
Installed software . Time of occurrence
Installed software . Application vendor
Computer . Computer name
Computer . Computer description
...

And Sort by
Installed software . Time of occurrence  OR >  just sort by application name

- So I can see all Software which has got installed on Clients.

This is indeed also useful, but only  assuming that the application is installed on the system. Note that most remote access tools also has a potable version that does not require installation. This report template won't work for those processes :)

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On 3/10/2022 at 8:44 PM, Jamil-soc said:

This is indeed also useful, but only  assuming that the application is installed on the system. Note that most remote access tools also has a potable version that does not require installation. This report template won't work for those processes :)

absolutely right - i'm only using it for checking installs from helpdesk team or to check software/versions which we are using in the company.

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