Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by novirusthanks, Dec 17, 2017.
No issues. Emsisoft flagging it as malware though.
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Thanks so much, looks a useful tool
Support XP？I've installed it but couldn't see the trayicon of OSArmor.
Installation file is much heavier - ca 6 MB instead of 1,8...the changes must be very important
some fonts are heavy
The file OSArmorDevSvc.exe is now obfuscated with a software protector (perhaps Themida or something similar) and the compression ratio is not very good for those kind of files.
They are using Inno Setup for the creation of the installer, and because it can't compress those files very good (and both versions of the file x86/x64 are inside the installer) the size of the installer is much bigger now.
OSArmor monitors and blocks suspicious processes on Windows
1) Can it be installed with MBAE?
2) If yes,is it necessary to disable the Anti-Exploit Protection?
C'è la neve a Perugia ?
I need to wait until you can add an exclusion feature. When I turned on this morning I had at least 4 utilities that need exceptions.
On this regard, any conflicts with Win 10 1709 Windows Defender Exploit Guard?
Does anyone know if there is a 'portable version' thanks
There is no portable version yet. Don't know if one is in the works, but I don't think so.
NoVirusThanks OS Armor v1.2 is available
New version v1.2 is available:
+ Block processes named like *keygen* or *crack* (unchecked by default)
+ Block execution of schtasks.exe is now unchecked by default
+ Prevent Regsvr32.exe from using /i: powershell
+ Fixed some false positives
1) Yes, they should not have conflicts;
2) No, I think you can keep it enabled;
Ancora nulla, speriamo arrivi per Natale
If you've not yet deleted the log files, please send them to me via PM or paste them there.
No, should work fine with W10 Exploit Guard enabled.
There will be no portable version, it needs to be installed in the system to work properly.
You were faster
Installed the new version five minutes ago. Thank you.
Can it be installed with VS or is it overkill?
Don't know if it's overkill but it can be installed with VS, which is also part of my current security setup.
When a FP pops up the dialog box should show an option to (allow or deny the execution).
Yes, the latest 1.2 version fixed a little rundll32 issue on here, the shortest-lived issue on here ever. I simply installed over the top of the previous and that's it. Secure boot is still disabled on here so I'll wait the week or so until that is resolved.
Thanks Buddel, I guess I will try it too.
WIll install 1.2 and see what happens. Will send the logs this t ime.
Same here regarding Secure Boot but boy that Lab is in high gear right now.
Thanks for another improved version as it climbs the ladder to another security success
Thank you for the portable answer makes sense
That to bad maybe Developer of the program and Voodoo Dan can get together and work it out??
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