ReHIPS

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

  1. imuade

    imuade Registered Member

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    Thanks for the clarification :)
    I'm much more convinced that this process filtering is the real strength of ReHIPS, the isolation feature is a great add-on in case of doubts.
    I'll definitely try this configuration when I have time (well, when my wife gives me time :p ):
     
  2. shmu26

    shmu26 Registered Member

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    ReHIPS is not over-the-top paranoid about scripts, vulnerable processes, etc. It's not as paranoid as all those advanced settings in OSArmor, or the full Excubits list. It is rather designed on the assumption that the user will isolate commonly abused applications, and it has rules that are strict enough to keep everything else safe.
     
  3. reasonablePrivacy

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    It also does not install dirty kernel hooks, so it should not decrease stability of a system. It's especially important with nowadays Windows as a service/rolling-release model.
    It is also not cloud-connected, so it should respect your privacy.
     
  4. shmu26

    shmu26 Registered Member

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    Right, it is compatible with Core Isolation, due to your first point, and it is completely independent of internet connection, due to your second point. It doesn't check your licence by internet every X number of days, or anything else.
     
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