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#41
Just tried Webroot alongside HMPA and i observed massive slowdowns and incompatibility bugs.

I need HMPA , i dont need Webroot because i have Win Def.
Webroot is a mess. The last time I tried it I had similar issues. After opening 4 tickets in one day to whitelist, then noticing my 128GB SSD OS Drive was full because of WRDATA crap, I uninstalled it and the license went into the trash bin. Never again.
 

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@weedeezee , I see that you like the very strongest security apps.
You might be interested in ReHIPS.
ReHIPS - An HIPS/Sandbox without kernel Hooks - (quick test included)
You can combine it with AppGuard, and then you have a real killer combo. It is hard to think of a stronger combo than AppGuard+ReHIPS+any AV
I went to look at ReHIPS but everything I have is blocking the DNS resolution of their websites, including DynDNS.. If I get time I will look into it further.
 

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I went to look at ReHIPS but everything I have is blocking the DNS resolution of their websites, including DynDNS.. If I get time I will look into it further.
Yes, they had a DNS problem.You need to get the link to the new site, it is in the thread that I posted. Look for the posts from @Recrypt, he is the dev.
Not only that, but when you finally get to downloading it, Chrome will say that it is malicious.
And if you manage to get past that, Kaspersky will do everything it can to prevent you from installing and running it.
It is so good, it's wicked!
 

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Do you shoud I change setting with Appguard when install Hmpa?Ecxlude,exception?Or setting with hmpa?
You have to make the HMP.A CryptoGuard folder an "exception" (=Read\Write) on the Guarded Apps tab > Settings.

If I remember correctly, the file path is C:\Windows\CryptoGuard. @Umbra is that still the correct file path ?
 

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Yes, they had a DNS problem.You need to get the link to the new site, it is in the thread that I posted. Look for the posts from @Recrypt, he is the dev.
Not only that, but when you finally get to downloading it, Chrome will say that it is malicious.
And if you manage to get past that, Kaspersky will do everything it can to prevent you from installing and running it.
It is so good, it's wicked!
Well this could get ugly for me.. Fortinet E series on the gateway. FortiSandbox on unknown files. Untangle Transparent behind that with 2 AV's and Web Filtration. Forticlient+VS on the endpoints. I might have to spend some time disabling security across the board to even take a look at it.

Is it because he hasn't digitally signed any of it or uses suspect packers?
 

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Well this could get ugly for me.. Fortinet E series on the gateway. FortiSandbox on unknown files. Untangle Transparent behind that with 2 AV's and Web Filtration. Forticlient+VS on the endpoints. I might have to spend some time disabling security across the board to even take a look at it.

Is it because he hasn't digitally signed any of it or uses suspect packers?
It is digitally signed. For some reason, Google security doesn't like it, and there is no one to talk to at google -- it is a totally automated system. I am just guessing, but I think that the name "ReCrypt" and the Russian subforum on the site makes the whole thing look suspicious to Google AI.
All you have to do is use a non-chrome-based browser to download it, and then everything should be fine, as long as you are not running Kaspersky.
 

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It is digitally signed. For some reason, Google security doesn't like it, and there is no one to talk to at google -- it is a totally automated system. I am just guessing, but I think that the name "ReCrypt" and the Russian subforum on the site makes the whole thing look suspicious to Google AI.
All you have to do is use a non-chrome-based browser to download it, and then everything should be fine, as long as you are not running Kaspersky.
You can temporarily disable the Chrome download protection and then re-enable it after the download is complete. Anyone try that first ?
 

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You can temporarily disable the Chrome download protection and then re-enable it after the download is complete. Anyone try that first ?
Don't most people turn off Chrome download protection anyway for privacy concerns?

Drinking Vodka or using Russian Dressing makes you suspicious these days. :p
 
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Don't most people turn off Chrome download protection anyway for privacy concerns?

Drinking Vodka or using Russian Dressing makes you suspicious these days. :p
Most users don't even know there is a ON-OFF switch for it. :(
 
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Don't most people turn off Chrome download protection anyway for privacy concerns?

Drinking Vodka or using Russian Dressing makes you suspicious these days. :p
If you drink vodka while talking excitedly in Russian about kernel exploits and UAC bypasses, well, that's almost grounds for arrest by Interpol...