ReHIPS

Discussion in 'sandboxing & virtualization' started by MrBrian, May 24, 2014.

  1. paulderdash

    paulderdash Registered Member

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    I also have a license since beginning of June. I am happy to support development but $60 would be quite steep, same as AppGuard.

    FWIW I like Emsisoft's approach where prices diminish annually, the longer you use it.
     
  2. SHvFl

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    Yep, i am also an Emsisoft user and their licensing model is pretty nice. It's a loyalty model so what not to like.
     
  3. SHvFl

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    Ok pricing is not set into stone yet. So for now forget the $60 but just know it will go up from the $18 that it is now.

    Also no stacking them up and new licensing models will be out when the price changes.
     
  4. Tarnak

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    Just tried to access their forum, and got this:

    ReHIPS_ blocked in Opera browser_01.JPG
     
  5. Mr.X

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    Same here, https
     
  6. mood

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    a new Lets Encrypt certificate is needed (valid until September 16, 2017)
     
  7. SHvFl

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    Their webmaster is out of the office so they will sort the certificate as soon as possible.

    EDIT:It's fixed
     
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  8. Smiggy

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    Just paid for this after testing it on my server, very impressed with how easily it sits with windows defender now.
    £14GBP is not much to pay at all to support the continued dev of this app.
     
  9. SHvFl

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    Yeah and good timing by you. Price will go up soon™ .
     
  10. SKA

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  11. SHvFl

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    Yeah, because each license is connected to a hardware id that you need to provide in order for the license to be created and be used.
     
  12. NiteRanger

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    What if you uninstall from PC 'A' and install into PC 'B'? Any problem?

    Thanks
     
  13. SHvFl

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    You will have to talk with the developer because as you can imagine this can be abused considering rehips is 100% offline. But if it's just once fixer is cool and i am sure he will do it.
     
  14. NiteRanger

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    What do you mean by ReHIPs is 100% offline? I thought ReHIPS don't offer offline protection?
     
  15. Umbra

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    It is a sandbox + application control, so no need for it to connect to some servers to works or be activated like AVs does.

    A sandbox doesn't need to be online to protect the user.
     
  16. NiteRanger

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    SHvFI and Umbra

    Sorry for the ReHIPS offline question. I mistaken it for DeepArmor
     
  17. Umbra

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    hahaha no problem, because i know you like to test many softs :)
     
  18. SHvFl

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    Don't worry about it.
     
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  20. SHvFl

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    Also see the change in price so i assume they finally pushed it. It was announced a while ago that it was going to happen.
     
  21. ReHIPS

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    Hello everybody and Merry Christmas.

    We proudly present to you release of ReHIPS 2.3.0 DOWNLOAD As usual there are lots of changes.

    We'd like to express our sincerest and deepest gratitude to beta-testers and other guys (and gals?), who tested, reported problems, endured remote debugging sessions, gave suggestions and really helped a lot to fix issues and shape ReHIPS as it is now. Thank you all very much, we really appreciate it.

    Enjoy this release. And as usual, don't hesitate to contact me should you have any questions or suggestions.
     
  22. Tarnak

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    @ReHIPS Merry Christmas.

    I just did an over the top install, and apparently it doesn't needs a reboot to complete the install.

    ReHips_v2.3.0_install_02.JPG > ReHips_v2.3.0_install_04.JPG
     
  23. Umbra

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    lol @Tarnak you are quite fast :argh: :thumb:
     
  24. Tarnak

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    I am... "Johnny-on-the-spot" . :argh:
     
  25. ReHIPS

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    Yup, we tried our best to make everything (install, update, uninstall, etc.) reboot-less. But sometimes reboot is necessary though, but it's a way Windows handles some things, so nothing we can do here.

    You may want to read this blogpost entry https://forum.rehips.com/index.php?topic=9742.0 , if you've been using RulesManager and updating from an older version.

    BTW, forgot to add changelog. Here it is.
    -wildcards are ready;
    -all top level windows are now mirrored on all desktops;
    -added custom taskbar on isolated desktops;
    -added restricted token, which allows to use main desktop without danger of DLL injection with allowed hooks;
    -user SID is shown in isolated environment;
    -made rules in RulesManager disablebale;
    -fixed process isolation with UAC and UIAccess;
    -separate isolated desktops can be globally disabled;
    -hashes were changed to more informative entities;
    -fixed Windows bug with non-shown icon (default icon) for RulesManager (see blogpost about this bug here https://forum.rehips.com/index.php?topic=9496.0);
    -agent injects DLL asynchronously now, it removes queue and waiting time;
    -desktops widget could be closed with UAC disabled, fixed;
    -clients close socket immediately, speeds up socket server part shutdown;
    -all the data is read before socket shutdown, fixed error with incorrect server connection code;
    -blocked access to several new Windows 10 locations;
    -Open File Access feature security improved;
    -Copy User Data feature security improved;
    -custom recycle bin added not to loose files involved in Open File Access;
    -RulesManager registry now supports wildcards * and ?;
    -Copy User Data metadata is now available not to copy the same data several times;
    -string comparison is locale-independent now;
    -some isolated processes were missing from the list;
    -some rare deadlock was possible during processes processing;
    -DLL may not be injected after Service restart;
    -fixed Windows bug with printing and devices list (see blogpost about this bug here https://forum.rehips.com/index.php?topic=9713.0);
    -DLL may not be injected into some processes due to race condition;
    -rules could be installed for a user with wrong SID;
    -carriage return wasn't correctly covered by wildcard in trusted command lines;
    -improved installed software detection;
    -rare deadlock due to race condition on shutdown was fixed;
    -added several programs and trusted command lines/vendors to RulesManager;
    -added Spanish translation (thanks to Mr.X);
    -real user whose rule was enforced is now output;
    -isolated windows border and color make their comeback to the settings;
    -moved help file to CHM;
    -Lock-Down Mode can be changed from tray menu;
    -ReHIPS folder can be opened from tray menu;
    -isolated processes list update on GUI startup was missing;
    -some other small fixes and improvements (confirmation prompt to remove several programs from database, HWID is automatically passed on Buy, etc.).
     
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