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Offline Box

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Some questions about the function
« on: December 16, 2018, 02:39:51 am »
Above all,sorry for my poor english.I have some questions about VS's protection.

1.In my country, many viruses use a trick called “white plus black” to evade detection. It use programs which with trusted signature to load malicious dll.Can VS remind me when an program in VS's whitelist is attached an unknown dll?

2.VS is an applock from my understanding. Does it mean VS can not stop virus that does not start a new process,like some exploit that target the browser cookies?

3.Will it slow down the system when the whitelist of VS expands to four hundred or even five hundred?

4.Is there a plan to add the function to clean up invalid items in the whitelist?
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Offline Geri123

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Re: Some questions about the function
« Reply #1 on: December 17, 2018, 09:46:18 am »
To answer some question:
3)Dan mentioned somewhere here that if you are below 5000 entrys it is all good.
With the new version i have gone from 4xx entrys to below 260 atm
4)VS is autocleaning afaik. If you see 20 times process X it should be from 20 different! tasks the process did and therefore listed separate.
Like conhost.exe using cmd.exe and another entry defrag.exe >2 entrys

Hope it helps :)


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Re: Some questions about the function
« Reply #2 on: December 17, 2018, 01:00:09 pm »
To answer some question:
3)Dan mentioned somewhere here that if you are below 5000 entrys it is all good.
With the new version i have gone from 4xx entrys to below 260 atm
4)VS is autocleaning afaik. If you see 20 times process X it should be from 20 different! tasks the process did and therefore listed separate.
Like conhost.exe using cmd.exe and another entry defrag.exe >2 entrys

Hope it helps :)
Thank for reply, hope someone can answer others.