HitmanPro.Alert 3.7.0 build 721 Release Candidate Changelog (compared to build 720) Improved Code Cave Mitigation. Improved Software Radar so it now also scans 'App path' for browsers. This will put Opera under Browsers instead of Office. It now also detects web browser that allow to be installed by less-privileged normal users. Improved VBScript God Mode protection on Windows 10 Creators Update (Redstone 2) and newer. Improved Control Flow Integrity (CFI) on Windows 10 64-bit. Fixed an incompatibility with an Internet Explorer browser plugin from Agricultural Bank of China. Fixed an incompatibility with Internet Explorer browser plugins from South Korean SoftForum XecureWeb. Fixed an incompatibility between our APC Mitigation, that thwarts e.g. DoublePulsar and AtomBombing code injection, and Avast / AVG on Windows 10 Fall Creators Update only (Redstone 3). This also only affected specific applications installed by the enduser. Note: Requires a secondary update in our cloud before this fix is completely operational. Please allow us until next week to complete this - no further manual update by enduser needed. Most Avast / AVG user wouldn't have noticed this incompatibility issue. Fixed real-time protection against prevalent malware (anti-malware) on Windows XP. Fixed a BSOD caused by BadUSB Protection, which could occur on specific hardware coming out of sleep. Fixed several other minor issues. Important notices Before uninstalling the existing 7xx build or upgrading to this build, please disable the Block Untrusted Fonts mitigation (which is default disabled). This because we removed the Block Untrusted Fonts mitigation, which is only available on Windows 10. This mitigation relied on a structure in Windows 10 which is no longer supported by Microsoft. More information: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com...dropping-the-untrusted-font-blocking-setting/ Furthermore, to start fresh, we recommend that you uninstall the existing version of HitmanPro.Alert and that you remove this folder from your machine before rebooting: C:\ProgramData\HitmanPro.Alert Credential Theft Protection is now default disabled. If you'd like to enable it, please do, as it protects against Mimikatz and similar attacks. But remember that if you want to make a full system backup of your Windows, you might need to temporarily disable this protection or your backup software may be unable to backup the Windows SAM database. We'll improve this in a future version. Download http://test.hitmanpro.com/hmpalert3b721.exe This version includes drivers co-signed by Microsoft and thus also runs on systems with Secure Boot enabled. Please let us know how this version runs on your system. Thanks!