I can't help.Anyone have rundll32 on the CMDBLACKLIST ?
If so, what rule do you use, and how do you whitelist Windows command lines?
Thanks for the info, I didn't realize it has that kind of impact.I can't help.
I don't use CMDCHECK. It decreases responsiveness on my PC, brings latency when launching applications. Not dramatically but still. So I did not even try to work with. Without (and without SHA256), Bouncer has virtually no impact.
Maybe you know AppTimer ?...
Perhaps the combination of the two types of protection is the problem?
I can just second this, it really depends on your config. Using the full version and having a big config file with parent checking and all the other stuff active adds delay to every app start.I think that the dll monitoring is what makes Bouncer slow sometimes. If you monitor exe files, and whitelist the other file types, it seems to perform much better
Yes, H_C does it. Great tool. I am using H_C also. I use Bouncer just to satisfy my paranoid side, so I can block a few LOL bins that H_C doesn't cover, and also to monitor rundll32. I can't say I truly need it, but it makes me happy.I have most of the paid excubits apps and like them but currently, I am using H_C and it works quite well, so I don't see the need for bouncer now.
I just tried it on my main system which is a fast i7 ...I don't have a noticeable delay when launching apps.
If half a second is a lot to you, then that's the answer. My system is not as fast as yours in the first place, so I don't count split seconds.I just tried it on my main system which is a fast i7 ...
for me it adds 0.5 seconds to the start of Brave Browser , which is a lot.
Active are commandline checks and everything is whitelisted except a bunch of LOLs...
Strange that you are not noticing delays....