HIPS Rules

Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security' started by toxinon12345, Sep 19, 2011.

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  1. toxinon12345

    toxinon12345 Registered Member

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    Some additional rules for protecting your computer.

    Import new settings by choosing this XML file, it only provides HIPS settings. Other custom settings will be retained.

    http://www.mediafire.com/?mkgfwrds26yj46q

    The rules are disabled by default, you can enable them by entering the HIPS Rules Management List.
     
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    a4884289 Registered Member

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    Hi, your rules is very usefull, but not corretly work on windows 7 64b/change startup-ccleaner, add reg.../
    Please work on update of HIPS rules for w7 64b. Maximum security, but minimum user affected.
    THX. We protect digital words /together with ESET:)/
     
  3. toxinon12345

    toxinon12345 Registered Member

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    hello, Which steps you followed?

    I'm happy to hear that.
     
  4. Gosman

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    hi toxinon12345!

    Thx 4 your great work! :thumb: This rules are compatible with Windows 7, both x32 and x64?
     
  5. vigen

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    Good Idea..thanks :thumb:
     
  6. Habakuck

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    So this rules should be run in automatic mode, am i right?

    What about x64 systems?
     
  7. BoerenkoolMetWorst

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    Interesting, thanks :)
    I see you made some self-protection rules, won't these conflict with ESET's own?
     
  8. toxinon12345

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    If you have SelfDefense enabled, SelfDefense will be applied first because of the higher priority.

    Additionally I noticed SelfDefense protect the registry keys for its services. I will add such rules soon, protecting users with SelfDefense disabled.
     
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