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ReHIPS / Re: ReHIPS vs Win10 Core Isolation/Memory Integrity
« Last post by Umbra on February 04, 2019, 03:31:48 am »
sadly the feature is way buggy, once enabled (and it does by itself) , no way to turn it off , even using reg tricks...
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Other / Re: New users
« Last post by dinosaur07 on February 01, 2019, 08:32:57 pm »
Excellent. Seems quite good and reasonable this rule. Thanks for attention and for the warm welcome.
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ReHIPS / Re: ReHIPS vs Win10 Core Isolation/Memory Integrity
« Last post by fixer on February 01, 2019, 07:23:57 pm »
Thanks for the heads-up. We haven't thoroughly tested these features yet, but yeah, looks like it should be completely compatible.
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ReHIPS / ReHIPS vs Win10 Core Isolation/Memory Integrity
« Last post by Umbra on February 01, 2019, 02:02:08 pm »
hi,

Just to say there is no problem at all  ;D ;D ;D , they are compatible (which isn't the case with many security apps)
It is in such situation that your design for ReHIPS by using Windows's mechanisms make all sense.

Cheers.
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Developers' Blog / [FAQ] ReHIPS failsafe mechanisms and mitigations (part 1)
« Last post by fixer on February 01, 2019, 08:19:11 am »
There are lots of failsafe mechanisms and mitigations implemented in ReHIPS. This series of blogposts covers some of them. It's not essential to know them all, but it's always comforting to know that ReHIPS is ready for non-standard situations. Just in case.

1. All database operations use transactions. It's always sad to loose data when something enexpected happens during file write operations. Don't worry, ReHIPS uses custom made transactions, so either all changes are made into database or no changes at all, database won't be corrupted in any case. And it doesn't matter, whether these are programs database operations or settings database.

2. ReHIPS uses minimal possible privileges and access rights. For each and every action ReHIPS takes it tries to use minimal possible privileges and access rights. For example, when any handle is opened, only minimal necessary access rights are requsted. Having a service, it's possible to have and enable a lot of privileges, but only necessary ones are included. This serves two purposes: the less rights you request, the less possible it's to fail due to some filtering and denied access; from security point of view it may not be safe to run swinging a full access handle, when you only need to query limited information.
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ReHIPS / Re: Questions about the License
« Last post by fixer on February 01, 2019, 08:16:58 am »
Hello, dinosaur07. Answered via PM.
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Other / Re: New users
« Last post by fixer on February 01, 2019, 08:04:06 am »
Hello and welcome to our forum.
Newly registered members have some limitations: PM isn't accessible and all new posts and topics are pre-moderated. Once you have at least 1 approved post, all limits are lifted. This is to fend off spammers as there are quite a lot of them and we don't want to overcomplicate CAPTCHA or make some mind-bending questions that need to be answered before registration.
Thank you for your understanding.
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Other / New users
« Last post by dinosaur07 on January 31, 2019, 11:54:35 pm »
Hello dear forum members!
I have a question for the community:
The new users of this forum are not allowed to PM other users until a status is assigned or something similar?
 :)
I wanted to PM someone and an error appeared not allowing me to create new PM.
Tried to find the guidelines or the rules to follow or something to read on this matter but i couldn`t find.
Thanks in advance for your help,
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ReHIPS / Re: Questions about the License
« Last post by dinosaur07 on January 31, 2019, 11:49:03 pm »
fixer,
I also have a licensing query and i couldn`t PM you directly so i mailed you. I suppose you got my email. I am waiting for your answer. Thanks, dino.
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ReHIPS / Re: Ask Questions Here - ReHIPS Features & Unexpected Behaviors
« Last post by Umbra on January 20, 2019, 03:44:39 pm »
thanks, will try
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