Extra RegDefend Ghost File Entries

Discussion in 'Ghost Security Suite (GSS)' started by puff-m-d, Mar 1, 2005.

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  1. puff-m-d

    puff-m-d Registered Member

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    For anyone that wants it, attached you will find the *ghst* file for the registry items that RegRun monitors, less whatever entries are in the default set on RegDefend. Just download the file, remove the .txt from the end of the name, and save it in your *\RegDefend\groups folder.

    Also Tony Klein has posted a ghost file for download...

    EDIT:
    This thread will not be maintained in the future in order to implement the new posting guidelines. Ghost files will be posted to the appropiate sticky thread Untested Ghost files .gst or Tested Ghost Groups .gst. Each ghost file in the Untested Ghost files .gst thread will then have its own discussion thread started (for example RegRun ghost file discussion thread for the RegRun ghost file).
     
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  2. Infinity

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    Re: RegRun Entries

    thanx puffy
     
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    No problem at all INFINITY and you are most welcome ;) ...
     
  4. Jason_R0

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    Great work Kent! :)
     
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    Thank you Jason :D :cool: ...
     
  6. Bowserman

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    Excellent...thanks Kent :cool: .

    Regards,
    Jade.
     
  7. puff-m-d

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    You are most welcome Jade ;) ...
     
  8. Defenestration

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    Thanks puff! :)
     
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    No problem at all Defenestration ;) ...
     
  10. Atomas31

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    Thanks' Puff-m-d, this is very appreciate ;-)

    Atomas31
     
  11. puff-m-d

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    Hi Atomas31,

    No thanks necessary as it was my pleasure ;) ...
     
  12. hollywoodpc

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    Re: RegRun Entries

    Nice Puff . Thanks . May I ask what I should see change in there ?
     
  13. gottadoit

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    Nice one, I haven't been keen enough to go clicking through the registry myself...

    Now I can start making use of the RegDefend rather than just waiting for import/export and the trial to expire....
     
  14. Infinity

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    Re: RegRun Entries

    I think to could be a sticky with all the suggestions members do have regarding keys imho

    Inf
     
  15. gkweb

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    Re: RegRun Entries

    awesome puff-m-d :D

    I think also that this thread should be made sticky with everyone groups set.
    May be someone should also keep an eye to avoid duplicated entries among groups.

    Regards,
    gkweb.
     
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    Re: RegRun Entries

    Hello all,

    Basically, with the default ghost files and the RegRun ghost file I made, RegDefend will monitor the keys that the registry tracer in RegRun does. For more info on the registry tracer in RegRun and the keys monitored, see HERE.

    Glad to hear it ;) ... I hope the RegRun ghost file will work good for you...

    Let's see how many people post ghost files first to see if there is a demand for it ;) ...

    Again, see last reply above about seeing how many post custom ghost files first ;) ...

    Also, a big thank you to all for all the kind words given me :D :cool: ...
     
  17. hollywoodpc

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    Basically, with the default ghost files and the RegRun ghost file I made, RegDefend will monitor the keys that the registry tracer in RegRun does. For more info on the registry tracer in RegRun and the keys monitored, see HERE.

    Thank you for your help
     
  18. puff-m-d

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    You are most welcome ;) ...
     
  19. Jason_R0

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    I have made this thread sticky. :)
     
  20. Chris12923

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    Imitation is the best form of flattery. :)

    Thanks,

    Chris
     
  21. Chris12923

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    The 'HERE' link doesn't point anywhere?

    Thanks,

    Chris
     
  22. puff-m-d

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    See post # 16 above ;) ...
     
  23. Chris12923

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    Re: RegRun Entries

    Hope Jason doesn't get upset that you linked to a competitor website.

    Dmitry might not mind since more people can get to know RegRun ;) Have to wait and see I guess.

    Thanks,

    Chris
     
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    Re: RegRun Entries

    I use both products. I have been using RegRun for about 3 years now. I think RegDefend makes a perfect complement to RegRun. RegRun polls however often you have it set for. I have mine set for every 3 minutes. RegDefend is monitoring in real time and catching the changes as they happen, and letting you decide what to do before the change is made. I would not be without either one. No difference than like having both AdAware and SpyBot because they complement each other also.
     
  25. Chris12923

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    Re: RegRun Entries

    But if you are using RegDefend with RegRuns tracer entries aren't you duplicating the same entries?

    Thanks,

    Chris
     
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