Tried that but for some reasonvoodooshield.exe
+1, would also like to know e.g. whether to add Office apps (LibreOffice).A general question/s:
Besides flipping VS to "on" mode, do web apps have any special mitigations/restrictions that apply to them?
And why aren't office apps, like MS Word, considered web apps, seeing as PDF readers are so considered?
I think the whole thing is a matter of timing. Certain other processes are interfering when they autostart simultaneously. If they finish quick enough, and/or VS gets delayed enough, things will work right.For some reason Voodoo started on its own on startup this morning ..
This start up and registration issue seems strange in that after it asks for you to re-register, after you enter your info
have you noticed that it resets the whitelist. It cant keep the startup info, it cant retain the license info, or the Whitelist
it created. sounds "to me" like code changes or write permissions could be part of this.
Either way I put VoodooShield to sleep for now and will update when Dan posts beta updates.
Thank you, I appreciate that very much... even though I do not deserve such a compliment .I am amazed at how much better this is versus 3.59. Dan you are truly gifted! This is the first beta of any security software where users don't hesitate to install it. A few bugs put you 4 or 5 releases ahead of other so called stable builds, (malwarebytes), (bitdefender), etc. After restart registration is working after the 2nd try. 1st time it acts like it worked and even takes an advanced snapshot, but it still show free version. Completely exit the application & restart it. Now enter registration again. Registered! Tested several times, same results. Disabled UAC, No active antivirus running, Windows 10 x64 LTSB.