Discussion in 'ProcessGuard' started by Wayne - DiamondCS, Sep 20, 2004.
The main window:
Protection List .
Here's a couple of blocked attacks...
The first alert shows a backdoor trojan being blocked from starting (as it's a new, unknown program). If this was a real trojan attempting to execute on a real system, the infection would've been prevented at this early stage. The second line shows a program that was allowed to start (as it's listed as a trusted app inside Process Guard). The third line shows the installation of a popular rootkit trojan known as "Hacker Defender". The installation of the rootkit driver was blocked, which prevented the infection from occurring and kept the system clean. Can you feel the power yet?
Alert Screen logging showing the various protections of PG at work .
One more like my above post .
1. How SHOULD PG3 be configured?
2. I install and try a lot of programs so if I install a program with a driver or graphics drivers will PG3 block the installation or will I get a pop up requesting permission?
3. How are Windows XP updates affected? Do I have to turn off something before installing Windows updates?
4. How will I know if PG3 is not working properly or if it IS working properly?
5. If PG3 blocks something how do I know if it is a normal Windows process or something malicious as I don't have technical knowledge of all terms, processes and program names?
Permit/Deny with extra information enabled.
What does the security tab look like ?
like this (sorted by last launch):
this is how the vulnerability discussed recently now fails:
very interesting ;-)
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