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GrDukeMaldenParticipantMy main concern is that one setting by the name of: “automatically allow items that match a digital signature in the whitelist snapshot.”
- January 27, 2020 at 11:24 pm
How does that setting work? I’ve had it turned off for a long time. Because if all it takes for something to be allowed is a digital signature of something allowed previously, that’s a problem. A bad actor could just spoof a digital signature of something that tons of people use and slap that phoney signature on malware and VS would allow it, right?
I don’t like windows defender. The setup I have in my signature is heavier, yes, but I like having something like SecureAplus to go with VS. Two products that always get 5/5 star ratings from AVLab
I’ve also had the option to “automatically deactivate after (X-number) minutes of system idle” off since I started using the paid version of VS.
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- This reply was modified 12 months ago by GrDukeMalden. Reason: I'm uncertain of something I stated