shmu26

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Protected system process are by default check (didn't change anythitng).
My pictures are on D: drive.
I also have Secure Folders set on that folder to "Read only".

I'm not at home now, will try something tomorrow.
It's not so big deal and it not mater so much.
try putting a few pics on your C drive, in a typical location like My Pictures, and see if that works.
If it works, you probably have a Windows-related permissions issue with the D drive. You might have to grant higher permissions or something.
 
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Another strange isue is when changing from one mode to another (Alert mode>Lockdown) pc act like is freezed for 1min then got pop-up of changed mode (win pop-up right down at bottom of screen).
yes. that is annoying.
When that happens, I just pull up task manager, click "restart" for the Windows Explorer process, and after a couple seconds, I am back in business.
 
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try putting a few pics on your C drive, in a typical location like My Pictures, and see if that works.
If it works, you probably have a Windows-related permissions issue with the D drive. You might have to grant higher permissions or something.
I add some pictures on C:\Users\AV-Gurus\Pictures\ and it works OK.
Tnx ;)
 
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It's known to me, that's for sure.
I haven't seen other people complaining about it.
It think it might be a relatively recent Windows 10 issue.
I have just installed NVTERP (v3.1_24062015_BUILD1, default settings) to test this issue (Windows 10 Pro 1607). So far, everything seems OK - I can switch between all modes freely.
 

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if you want to get less prompts for valid processes, there are a couple simple things you can do:

1 if a certain program likes to produce a lot of prompts, and it is not a high-risk, internet-facing program, you can add it to the parent process list, which is under the whitelist tab.

2 you can delete the two entries for rundll32 from the vulnerable processes list.

This process is on the list because it is commonly abused to load rogue dlls. So it is nice to have it listed, but IMO it is not essential, and it produces a lot of prompts. So if it drives you nuts, just remove it from the list. Why is it not essential? Because if you leave the other default entries on the list, then it is pretty unlikely that bad dlls will get onto your system in the first place. If the dll ain't there, it can't get loaded.
 
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Good news. EXE Radar Pro will continue to be develop. More details on the link
New Antiexecutable: NoVirusThanks EXE Radar Pro

- We will use SQLite to handle rules with search\edit\filter\sort\pagination\etc
- We will save more info about a rule, such as when it was added and when it was last modified
- You will be able to enable or disable a rule
- We are discussing a new way to match processes with rules, a possibility we are evaluating now is like this (we're open to ideas of course):
- We will add support for categorization of rules, i.e "Windows Updates", "Firefox Updates", "Windows Processes", etc
- We have improved the method to gather information about a process
- All will be focused in a super easy way to manage rules
- New UI
 

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Good news. EXE Radar Pro will continue to be develop. More details on the link
New Antiexecutable: NoVirusThanks EXE Radar Pro

- We will use SQLite to handle rules with search\edit\filter\sort\pagination\etc
- We will save more info about a rule, such as when it was added and when it was last modified
- You will be able to enable or disable a rule
- We are discussing a new way to match processes with rules, a possibility we are evaluating now is like this (we're open to ideas of course):
- We will add support for categorization of rules, i.e "Windows Updates", "Firefox Updates", "Windows Processes", etc
- We have improved the method to gather information about a process
- All will be focused in a super easy way to manage rules
- New UI
Great news! Thanks.:)
 

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Good news. EXE Radar Pro will continue to be develop. More details on the link
New Antiexecutable: NoVirusThanks EXE Radar Pro

- We will use SQLite to handle rules with search\edit\filter\sort\pagination\etc
- We will save more info about a rule, such as when it was added and when it was last modified
- You will be able to enable or disable a rule
- We are discussing a new way to match processes with rules, a possibility we are evaluating now is like this (we're open to ideas of course):
- We will add support for categorization of rules, i.e "Windows Updates", "Firefox Updates", "Windows Processes", etc
- We have improved the method to gather information about a process
- All will be focused in a super easy way to manage rules
- New UI
thanks for the important share!