This is what fascinates me about VS and probably why I kept uninstalling it then 'missing' it and reinstalling it. The sense of security it gives you is palpable. You just know it's working hard for you. Also the icon, interface, help popup and website are all very well done. The DETAILED settings give the impression a lot of thought and testing went into it.Dunno why some people knock it. It does what it's supposed to do and once you get the hang of it, it generally leaves you alone!
In fact, just today it blocked some command line script that I've never seen before and have no idea exactly what it does - looked like some kind of script thing. It's not affecting me and I'd rather VS kept stuff like that out - better safe than sorry
This is where whitelisting and the Pro version enhanced whitelisting comes in handy! Especially for people that are targeted and/or get hacked often.Pretty great software, as it does what it's supposed to, and I like it (but as I am using CFW w/ CS config I don't need it). I would recommend it to people like me (and some of my friends) who are into tech or eager to learn new things, but i definitely won't install on my father/sister's laptop, simply because it sometimes blocks legitimate programs from running. This would drive them mad and in return me (from their calls)