Started by HJLBX, April 11, 2016, 01:56:50 AM
Quote from: HJLBX on May 04, 2016, 03:23:32 AMReHIPS isolated environment seems - to me - to be similar in a lot of ways to modern UI apps run in their own AppContainers.I know ReHIPS does not use AppContainer, but the general concepts seem the same.
Quote from: aDVll on April 14, 2016, 04:09:33 PMAlso i saw you have rules for adobe reader but not for Adobe Acrobat which i use(so PDF folder was not created). Might want to add those if you have the time.
Quote from: fixer on May 12, 2016, 01:05:13 AMReHIPS depends on some services like BFE for network access filtering. But it does so in a nice and documented way. Besides several standard services depend on it. Tampering with folder/file/registry system permissions shouldn't affect ReHIPS as it honors lack of access rights when changing permissions. It may mess the security up, but I wouldn't consider it a ReHIPS issue. Some other things that may mess with ReHIPS... hard to say. Service relies on some privileges, revoking them may make some things harder causing some errors, but it'll also affect all services including standard ones. Maybe some software that restricts new users creation. But I don't know why would I need such a software. So at the moment I can't think of some tweaks that would seriously mess with ReHIPS and wouldn't affect any other standard application/service as it was coded with minimal assumptions about environment avoiding any hardcodes.
Quote from: XhenEd on May 22, 2016, 04:05:29 PMI apologize if this has been asked or answered before. If I open Chrome, then open tabs, an information would come up saying that the number of allowed protected programs for the demo has reached.Indeed, in the Isolated Programs, chrome.exe filled all the spots.
Quote from: XhenEd on May 22, 2016, 06:10:29 PMWhile in isolated mode, laptop's own mouse cannot make any shortcuts like two-finger scroll, two-finger click, etc.How do I configure that?Again, I apologize if this has been asked or answered before.
Quote from: XhenEd on May 22, 2016, 06:26:19 PMThere are no blocking messages or popups when I do those gestures. There are also no errors in the logs. I can see only allowed events.