I Long For A Standalone File Folder HIPS

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  1. arran

    arran Registered Member

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    I Long For A Standalone File and Folder rule HIPS.

    can a Vendor please make? if there was I would buy. HIPS that have File and Folder rules like EQS and MD come with other features I don't want and need,
    using system resources even when disabled.
     
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    i was try to find some thing like that too aran:) but there is nothing there i found,maybe others can help to find such hips if there is one:D
     
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    It's not a hips but have you looked at System Protect
     
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    system protect doesn't seem to have any rules which prevents the creation of new files and it doesn't have any rules which prevents programs from reading files.
     
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    How does this one work? I'm looking for one that a password could be set on a file/folder. When password protected file or folder is clicked, a popup dialog appears for password entry if possible. Most of these that I've tried just lock the file/folder, give a warning about it being locked, then one has to go to the file/folder lock app, open it up then unlock it.
     
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    I doubt you wil find any or even some one will create such a standalone thing. Also i don,t think it will make any significant difference in use of resources. Just use any HIPS u like and disable the un-needed features.
     
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    thanks for the advise aigle:)
     
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    http://www.axantum.com/axCrypt/
     
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    Thanks for feed back but the products above don't seem to have any rules which prevents the CREATION OF NEW FILES.

    Unfortunatlly it seems there is only EQS and MD.


    There is actually a difference all tho not noticeable by most people. even tho the un-needed services are disabled all their files and registry keys still get installed causing more drag during boot up. It also creates more work for security software monitoring files and registry keys. And then there's their drivers which still could be running.

    Comodo is a classic example it is what 70 mb to 90 mb in size? I forget but if you only install Comodo to just use its firewall with other services disabled you still have to install the full 70 mb to 90 mb of other Crap.
     
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    arran i heard you very clearly:D they are packed with some other stuff we actually dont need to install
     
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    AppLocker in Windows 7 Ultimate and maybe Pro should fit the bill.
     
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