Started by HJLBX, April 11, 2016, 01:56:50 AM
Quote from: Umbra on August 02, 2017, 02:24:55 PMwildcard are special characters made to replace other characters in command lines ; you didn't read my post on MT, huh?because some command line will always change part of their line for the same action, so using wildcard will allow you to whitelist/blacklist all the variant of the same command line.
Quote from: fixer on August 02, 2017, 02:27:32 PMIt's mostly for programs with changing path. For example Windows downloads and runs updates from C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\Download folder. You can't know their names, but know that this folder and write-protected, so you can allow execution of exe files from this folder.Or metro applications have version in the folder name which is constantly changing.So no security here, just usability, so you don't get swamped with Alerts.
QuoteLearning Mode. This one is quite simple. If a program is already in the ReHIPS database, these existing rules are used. If a program is not in the ReHIPS database, it's allowed and added to the database with Allow setting. In other words, ReHIPS is learning of programs on your PC that are started and adds them to allowed without any alerts.