File Change Alarm (beta 6)

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  1. albjan

    albjan Security Expert

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    First: Congratulations with this great board.

    Found some time to finish FileChangeAlarm. It's know performing the way I had in mind.

    Download FileChangeAlarm Beta 6.
    www.capimonitor.nl\FileChangeAlarm_beta6.zip
    (306.311 bytes)

    Install:
    Just extract all files to a new empty directory.
    Only 3 'ini-files' will be created in the same directory.
    No changes are made to the system files.

    Uninstall:
    Delete all files and the directory.

    This is still a Beta so it's possible.....


    What's new
    -"All Events form/stay on top" will now be remembered.
    -Added Exclusions. Don't raise alarm when a string is present in a Event Path or Filename.  (Example "system volume information\")
    -Changed the routine for the extensions. No alarm on .js with a .jse extension.
    -Inserted the settings again in the program (system resources on XP etc. are not that important)
    -Added Alarm options for Directory events.
    note: can't monitor a difference between a Directory and a file
    without a extension so that files will be handled as a Directory.
    -The "Host" file (no extension) will always be monitored.
    -And more....

    See "readme.txt" in zip for more info
     
  2. FanJ

    FanJ Guest

    Hi Albert,

    A very warm welcome!

    Thanks for visiting us and keeping us updated, and many thanks for your great programs!  :)
     
  3. albjan

    albjan Security Expert

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    Thanks

    No thanks  :oops:
     
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