I just checked and yes there are some dumps.
Go to : Computer scan > Advanced scans > Custom scan > System registry
It's not available as an option until you update to 18.104.22.168
uBlock filters – Unbreak and EasyPrivacy
Of course you can. With Process Hacker's kernel mode driver and the methods it uses, you can kill anything.
Is anyone else receiving many alerts from their firewall when cleaning with this new build? My firewall is logging many outbound connections.
You could capture the culprit with Process Monitor and a custom filter. Just capture registry events and set the filter:
Version 22.214.171.124 changelog
Added: Scanning of process file-system operations made by pico processes
Changed: License expiration...
Add to your filters: thewindowsclub.com##script:inject(setTimeout-defuser.js, 0)
No, hopefully in the next release though no guarantee.
Use Adguard Annoyances filter - http://filters.adtidy.org/extension/ublock/filters/14.txt
I've also noticed that if element zapper is accessed via Alt + Z then pressing Esc works.
Try unregistering the shell extension, reboot then patch.
Launch an elevated command prompt then enter:
regsvr32 /u "C:\Program...
I have my documents, music and basically all my data folders designated as private. Privacy is enabled only for web browsers and email client.
I can only access www.kaspersky.com if I uncheck 'I am an advanced user' in uBO or disable uBO.
I've not found a way to prevent the page being...
Appguard will guard both the system32 and syswow64 versions of regsvr32.exe, rundll32.exe etc as they reside directly in those top level...
For portable apps I'd probably create a folder C:\Applications then install to C:\Applications\Tor Browser.
By default, this would be considered...
Where is Tor browser installed to?
Have you tried adding it as a guarded app?
Yes, it should still be guarded.
See if the following works: www.softpedia.com###_wlts_lead
You should see them if you go into Folder Options and uncheck "Hide protected operating system files"
If you run an antivirus, try temporarily disabling it.
Separate names with a comma.