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Peter2150

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  1. HMPA is stronger by far then EMET. It is easy to add new programs. Just have the program running, Then you can add any app to HMPA. For more complete help there is a thread at Wilderssecurity.com Pete
  2. 5958 is a native x64 application now. If you do a clean install it will install in Program Files as opposed to Program FIles (X86) which is for 32 bit programs.
  3. When the current beta is released. Other wise turn off beta updates will cause an update back to stable
  4. Guys There is a bottom line here. I receive quite a few emails with "gifts" attached. I open and run them in a VM machine. EIS/EAM consistently are the first to stop them. So far no misses. That is the bottom line. It removes the opportunity for us Techies to allow something by mistake, which is the point GT500 was making
  5. If the beta works for you stay on beta. If you switch back to stable the program will re update back to stable
  6. Hi Balloonshark Try zipping the full dumps. They shrink dramatically Pete
  7. Hi Iwarren you have to remember that the EIS firewall is designed for the average user who just wants to be protected without having to fool with the details. As such that may make the priority for your request very low
  8. Hi Acuvic Look at all the BB protections in EIS, and ask yourself. How is a keylogger going to get on yuor system in the first place. Pete
  9. If the beta update was working you have to leave beta turn on. Turning it off will cause an update back to the release version.
  10. Yes. Everytime you exit sandboxie and delete the sandbox, the command string is unique. It contains a 16 character string that is unique each time. That is what the BB is tripping on. What you need to do is go to Protection>File Guard>Manage Whitelist Once there click on Type and select Folder. Then add c:\Program Files\Sandboxie. That will exclude sandboxie and the alert will go away.
  11. Got curious and decided to test Set up: Win 7 x64 EIS latest build set to beta HMPA SBIE ERP As I type, I am in Google Chrome(latest download), Sandboxed with SBIE, and EIS all turn on. So far no problems, other than a minor learning curve Forgot I also have Appguard, running in Lockdown. Chrome was added and configured in all the software. No crashes bsod's etc Just the decision on whether to keep it.
  12. Not the only browser. I have no issues with Firefox
  13. Okay. I've have installed EIS in my host machine. Pretty much default rules. My VM processes are all set all allowed. In my firewall rules, under auto rules, I changed outgoing to ask. Same thing in the VM machine. As I type I am in the VM machine. I can't see it should all that different between the player and workstation. Also I am not sure I can see it being the EIS fireweall. Puzzliang.
  14. I am having trouble understanding what your point is. If the application is setting firewall rules allowing everything trusted, then it shouldn't block anything with VM. The issue would be if it is blocking something. I just turned off my network adapter blocking all internet access and VMworkstation opened and run my Win 7 virtual machine just fine. I will try installing EIS and see if it makes a difference.
  15. Hi Xopx Going back thru the thread I noticed you mentioned the VM's themselves were on a removeable partition. Does VM player always have access to them. I asked because I have my VM software on my c; drive and the machines themselves on another internal drive, and if I block access to that drive the VM software gets unhappy. Pete
  16. Did you see the post above. That was your reply
  17. A little more detail would be helpful.
  18. Hi G-girl I get it, but simple solution. Just clear with CCleaner. What is left over is from Emsisoft. Thats it. Pete
  19. Actually when I want to test a software firewall, I do it on my Thinkpad, and connect with my Verizon hot spot. No router involved. EIS does fine.
  20. G-girl That seems like a lot of effort to produce marginal results. The temp files are only going to be created again, and more over they aren't hurting anything. Ccleaner has a free version and will clean everything but those emsisoft files. Why on earth are you worried about them?
  21. You have to be careful if you are behind a router. You may just be testing that.
  22. If you are using a hosting type list, where sites have to be added as a first line of defense, you have already lost. How do you propose anyone immediately can identify all the bad sites out there. Oh and Partha, be careful about asking Arthur to stop this. He can.
  23. No issues here with VMware Workstation Pro.
  24. Okay, and you have made your point. Time to let it go. If you keep beating on it, you will start sliding backward.
  25. Yes indeed it was intended to be sarcastic. Trying to keep up with sites that might host malware, is near impossible, what I want is no matter what the site, if it has malware the malware itself is blocked. And in that EIS/EAM excels.
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