Clearing the log?

Discussion in 'Ghost Security Suite (GSS)' started by Kegel, Nov 20, 2005.

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  1. Kegel

    Kegel Registered Member

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    Am I missing something? There doesnt seem to be any way of clearing the log.
     
  2. Jason_R0

    Jason_R0 Developer

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    The "alerts" area where all the logging will occur, is going to be the next thing implemented. ATM there is very basic logging capabilities allowing you to see "this sessions" log information only. The next update will contain quite a few improvements to this.
     
  3. controler

    controler Guest

    I just went in a turned off the self terminate & execution and that cleared up my logs alot after restarting Appdefend.

    So far from what I see , Appdefend logs alot.
    execution
    start application
    network access
    rootkit drivers
    terminate application
    process modification
    physical memory
    keylogging
    self termination


    WIll there be the same type LIC's for Appdefend?
    In other words, if I own Regdefend with unlimited personal, will I be able to buy AppDefend with unlimited personal as well?

    controler
     
  4. Triple Helix

    Triple Helix Webroot Product Advisor

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    Yes you will be able to!! :D Because I did!! :D :D

    Cheers,

    Daniel
     
  5. Jason_R0

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    Hi Controler, you are right about the logs quickly filling up. This is why I allowed you to turn off certain applications logging to stop this. Feedback like this will help me finalize a default logging/ruleset which will appeal to most users. :)

    In regards to license types, AppDefend mirrors RegDefend 100%. :)
     
  6. Disciple

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    Just to take what controler said:
    I have started turning off Logging for all known apps third party and Windows services where I have Allowed a behavior to always happen. Although I am doing this very slowly, since svchost and rundll32 are used by dll's to run as an exe, making sure not to turn off something to early.
     
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