Does TrustNoExe offer any features that SRP does not?

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  1. wearetheborg

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    nice tool man for xp systems:thumb:
     
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    One difference in the way it works. The last sentence is a reference to SRP ("Therefore ...") in the quote below.

    The feature difference is the customisable message. The TNE GUI is accessible from the control panel.

    With LUA/SRP your compatibility is guaranteed. To achieve same protection, you should combine SURUN with TNE. TNE needs admin rights to change allowed/denied directories.
     
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    So does SRP...also, if you change extensions, SRP also wont be fooled..
     
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    SRP protects listed extentions, remove an extension e.g. lnk and you are allowed to run them. By default SRP comes with known executables list. In terms of effectiveness they are the more or less the same, in terms of absolute security TNE is closer to AE or Applocker filter mechanisms.
     
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    Are you saying that TNE is all or nothing, whereas SRP is more fine grained (in terms of listed extensions?

    What is AE?

    And I was under the impression AppLocker was more powerful than SRP, so your last statement would imply that TNE is more powerful than SRP?
     
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    Q1: Yes

    Q2: at least the author claims so
     
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    Er, where does the author claim that?
     
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