Geswall & AIM

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by dja2k, Nov 22, 2006.

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  1. dja2k

    dja2k Registered Member

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    Has anyone tried running these two, Geswall and Aol Instant Messenger. I keep gettting Attack Prevention Red Alerts and AIM doesn't connect. Of course it connects without isolation, but what if this alerts are malicious as the dialog says.

    Deny access to SERVICE OBJECT \ Rasman (system object)
    Deny access to SERVICE OBJECT \ Remote Access (system object)

    Now my firefox under isolation is blocking access to SERVICE OBJECT \ audiosrv and rasauto

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  2. Yorky35

    Yorky35 Registered Member

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    Can't you add these Service Objects to AIM's pre-defined rules under applications?

    Right-click AIM, Add Rule.., and add RASMAN as a System Object
     
  3. zopzop

    zopzop Registered Member

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    if worse comes to worse, you can always ask at the guys over at gentlesecurity for help, either by email to support or by posting on their messageboard :
    http://gentlesecurity.com/board/index.php

    they are pretty fast to respond.
     
  4. dja2k

    dja2k Registered Member

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    I reverted back to another snapshot and didn't install AIM anymore, I think it changes too many things and caused all browsers to use those service objects that were activated by some AIM component.

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