Assuming AppGuard is configured properly, it'll handle absolutely everything that SecureAPlus would do.Thank You all for sharing your views. My main intention of posting this security config is a question.
Can I add Secure A Plus Premium or this much security is enough?
Yes I have configured that thank you for your reply.I think You don't need SAP, since ESET Internet Security has its own HIPS and FireWall, well tweaked is quite strong... although SAP has a strong anti-exe/whitelisting module and multi cloud av engine, and one of the most important engines there is precisely ESET...
I couldn't tell you. I've only used AppGuard once to try it out and didn't get along with it.Yes sir I know that but in lockdown mode it blocks many application so how to configure this best way possible.
How experienced are you in IT security and Windows ?Yes sir I know that but in lockdown mode it blocks many application so how to configure this best way possible.
I am not very much experienced on IT security but I know all of the basics how to protect myself from day to day threaats.How experienced are you in IT security and Windows ?
What version of Windows and AppGuard are you running ?
You have to provide detailed information.
The default Locked Down Mode only blocks programs run from User Space (Desktop, User Profile folders, non-system drives) - that is its whole point - to block stuff instead of allowing it by default.
Are you attempting to run programs from User Space ? (Running stuff from User Space is not advisable, but it is difficult to avoid because many vendors, including Microsoft itself, run stuff from User Space. So Microsoft violates its own best security practice recommendations - with a exploitable process no less = Windows Defender).
What block events are you seeing ?
I was waiting for your reply eagerly, thank you very much sir. I will try my level best.Locked Down Mode is intended to block all installs.
Set AppGuard to OFF when installing programs. I know there is an Allow Installs option, but it is better to close all open programs, set AppGuard to OFF and then install the software.
The easiest starting point to becoming proficient with AppGuard is to read the Help file completely and thoroughly - and a little bit of practicing with AppGuard.