Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by sg09, Jun 3, 2011.
Absolutely appreciate this!!
If you want a taste of the effect of DLL's give Faronics AE a try. First you will spend hours white listing them, and then if you turn them on you turn your computer into a boat anchor.
Andreas, I can't wait.
I have tried both, on my XP desktop, and currently have ERP installed in one snapshot. I have never understood the difference the two softwares.
Just can't wait.
i see, i get your point. So let see the result, seems better from the screenshot and details you gave us. I really expect you add the SUA implementation.
can we have more details of the new ERP memory protection (if any), especially since now fileless attacks are a bit more common?
ERP is a classic,basic, simple to use anti-exe; it does just one thing: monitor executables.
SoB is "almost" same as ERP but include dll/drivers monitoring, with a way for the users to create very tight rules.
And so ladies and gentlemen the excitement builds anew
@Umbra, am curiously interested in reading Andreas reply on both those questions you posed. Very interesting indeed!
Yep , excitement in security is rare lately
Have a question - is this compatible with Windows 10 x64 yet?
Well, if you are asking about the beta edition from 2015, I use it on Windows 10 x64, and a lot of other people do, too.
It has a couple of minor quirks, for instance, the system tray icon sometimes goes into hiding, but it is fully functioning.
and not SUA friendly.
If you run ERP at close to default settings, like I do, you won't have a problem with running it in a standard user account.
default settings? no way thanks, better not use it.
default settings -,-
Rly defeult is not even settings is just fresh instaled system and nothing more...
Setting is when you do Limited acount and put my own restrictions to limit programs depen on your risk and software access which they gonna use...
Similar situations is with programs like NVT ERP, AppGuard etc.
Great answer, but the suggestion was to slice new ERP into two phases: first only ERP with new AE-engine and an ini-file control (rules) and the second phase with GUI.
@Umbra I haven't used SoB for a long time, so I don't remember what it looks like. I was using it on my XP desktop.
Same here. I opted for ERP for GUI convenience and of course it's effectiveness AS-IS.
it didn't change as far as i know. The new version will not come soon as i read here.
Yes, understandable. a software can't hope to reach home users market shares without a GUI.
Looks awesome, can't wait! BTW, code injection and service/driver loading should also be easy to monitor. To clarify, all services and drivers that are already running should not be monitored, it's about apps that try to register new services/drivers. But anyway, I agree let's keep it a pure AE for now.
Hey, Umbra, I didn't mean that you, The Lord Of Lockdown, should use default settings... banish the thought!
I was speaking to @JohnBurns
That's why I always quote the member's post I'm referring to. Or I use the @member's_name inserted in my post without quoting the whole post. This can prevent or avoid misunderstandings
And if occasionally don't do any of above, then I'm referring to the post above mine for sure.
Any good rumors floating around yet on an expected release of the new version?
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