Baserk

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  1. Sorry Christian for not posting logs. I've however unistalled uTorrent and installed Bittorrent 7.6.0.26823 which runs flawless, no issue with DHT. I thought because with OA disabled and just MS FW uTorrent ran fine, it was OA Premium to blame but with the other recent torrent client there are no DHT issues, at all. Afaic, not an OA issue but a uTorrent problem
  2. Sure, uTorrent is Trusted in 'Programs', Allowed in 'Firewall/Programs' and ports under 'Firewall/Ports' are standard. No idea why all of a sudden OA would block DHT with uTorrent v3.1.2 I've uninstalled uTorrent, removed all traces from Userx/Appdata, rebooted and reinstalled with Learning Mode but still no luck.
  3. Hi, After updating to the most recent uTorrent version 3.1.2, all of a sudden DHT (Distributed Hash Table) won't work anymore. There was no issue with the previous uTorrent version, all worked just fine. After disabling OA temporarily and only using the Windows firewall, DHT works again just fine. When restarting OA, some setting will kill off the DHT nodes but for the live of me, I can't figure out what it is. What setting in OA do I need to change to be able to make use of DHT in uTorrent? Regards, Baserk. VistaSP2x86, OA 5.5.0.1557, uTorrent 3.1.2.
  4. Hi stapp, thanks for replying. Windows Defender was already disabled but today after booting up into a SUA, I didn't get a WSC warning anymore. Checking the Security Center, EAM is recognized. Strange, I haven't changed a thing but apparantly after a second reboot, all is fine. Afaic this thread can be marked as solved.
  5. I've got the exact same issue on Vista SP2 x86. Windows Security Center does NOT recognize EAM when logging in, on a SUA. I've rebuild the system32/wbem/repository folder but that doesn't help. Surely users aren't expected to disable/enable File Guard, every single time they log on? What is the permanent solution for this issue? Regards, Baserk. Vista SP2 x86, OA Free, EAM Paid.
  6. L.S. All of a sudden OA Free version is asking me for a license key after booting into my admin account. Closing this popup and starting OA manually, I get an error message; 'Access violation at address 5B3D87C9 in module oaui.exe. Write of address 00000050'. After a reboot and login in to my admin account account, OA again keeps asking for a license key. Rebooting into my user account gives no license key popup but the above error message about module oaui.exe. When trying to uninstall OA through Add/Remove Programs routine, I get a message that unins000.msg is missing; no luck, uninstall is a no-go. Having not removed any OA files, I did a fresh OA Free install and now I've got a boatload of BAK files in the Program Files\Online Armor folder and different versions of files like unins000.exe, unins001.exe etc. Curious though is that I only have unins001.bat and unins001.msg. How come if unins000.bat and unins000.msg were already gone? I'd assume that if those were gone ( and really, I haven't got a clue why) a new install would name those 2 new new files 000 instead of 001. I don't get what happened and I'm a bit lost... Config; Vista x86 SP2, Vipre AV, MBAM Pro, OA Free.
  7. Hi Lynx, thanks for answering. - Permission settings are the same. - I've read that Emet how-to page before but in my case I've added more processes than listed there. I'll have to dig further on what is the problem... Cheers.
  8. L.S. I've just installed Mamutu 3.0 (while in admin). Then I logged off as admin and then logged in to the user account. Now I get a Windows message that I have to enter my admin password in order to start Mamutu. Any idea why this is? (Can't remember this being normal/routine) OS is Vista, fully updated, I've put OA in learning mode while installing Mamutu. Vista Ultimate x86 SP2, EMET2.0, MSE 2.0, OA 5.0 (free version), Mamutu 3.0, Sandboxie 3.52 (And for those wondering why I've got OA and Mamutu; it's just for testing purposes)
  9. Thanks for posting, Andrey. But it doesn't really answer my question. Where/when can users of the free OA version, download 5.0.0.1100? Or is the OA GUI glitch/error, which has apparantly been solved with the most recent update, only present in the paid OA Premium version and not in the free version? Regards, Baserk
  10. Is there any place where users of Online Armor free version can download the most recent/new '5.0.0.1100' version? Or do we have to wait for the main --http://www.emsisoft.com/en/software/oa/-- page to be updated? Regards, Baserk
  11. Online Armor has a strong HIPS that has been made fairly easy. (Read the FAQ on HIPS if appropriate). When installed, on setup you'll be offered 2 'automatic' options; 'Trust' and 'Safety Check wizard'. You can either 'trust everything' on your computer (f.i. after a clean install) or run the wizard an let OA scan your files. If you don't choose one of these options and reboot, you have actually set OA HIPS to manual mode which means every single actions has to be allowed, manually. It shows precisely what is checked by the HIPS but grinds your OS to a halt. That's not how to use OA unless you want to be bored/agitated to death. So, open OA, choose 'options' and run the 'safety check wizard'. Afterwards, allow/trust/etc. the files that require manual input. cheers.
  12. Servers are up, updates work again/as usual. Solved afaiac. Regards, Baserk.
  13. After trying to update Mamutu, I get a 'Could not connect to the update server. Please check your internet connection and proxy settings'. Checked; no such issues, no proxy server settings in Mamutu, license valid until september... What's up?
  14. I just came across an OA 5.0 RC thread, started on WildersSecurity by WS member Delah; link. Thanks for releasing the RC btw. Is the final version still planned for April?
  15. Thanks for the reply Catprincess. Do you know of any bugs that have ever been reported regarding the "Ignore OA web sites list"? Is it possible to configure/edit the list yourself (or does OA want to prevent possible user errors)? Any idea about the 'blocking/asking' GUI warning at boot-up of OS files like mrxsmb.sys etc. mentioned in the 1st post? Regards, Baserk