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Actually, here is 6.04, I just released it to the public. Thank you guys, talk to you soon!
SHA-256: 29c54cb6189f948cba12ff2c3b29e196d10b18428ece3f09ad38bce1ff69214c10Thank you guys for letting me know!
Here is the latest version, please let me know if you find anything, thank you!
VS 6.03a beta
SHA-256: e7f71ec1bfdc02122a872ef183f1e631169f5867845fbbc0fa6ecfc224214f7210Hey Baldrick,
I tested on my machine and double checked the code and it seems to be working correctly on my end. The way VS is coded, if the “Create ‘inbound/outbound/both’ Firewall rules for Not Safe Items” option is disabled, then VS should not display that prompt either way.
The only thing I can think of is that maybe there is a conflict between your IS application and VS. Can you let me know what IS application you are running and I will see if I can reproduce this issue.
If all else fails, we could create an option for the prompt, but if we can fix it without doing so that would obviously be better. Thank you!00
Geri123: Hi Dan,
the mentioned problems only happened once. Sadly with such stuff I can think of no way to reproduce it (but I wanted to bring it to your attention at least ).
Any chance on a comment for my other post from October 3, 2020 at 8:45 am?
Yeah, I have been thinking about what all we need to do to make that tab more clear and to implement the suggestions you made, thank you!00
Mr.GumP: anyone else noticing issues with VS 6.03 beta like, Driver not connecting, blocking all Powershell launches until VS is shutdown at which time they all pop up as if they were suspended in the background.
Hmmm, that is odd, can you please send me your C:\ProgramData\VoodooShield\DeveloperLog.log?00
Geri123: Haven’t had this before and I used sdelete forever.
A “safe” ask prompt with NO allow button. After chosing my only option “block” and triggering the process again all worked ok.
Just saw VS said there was no internet connection to the WLC (streaming music was working ok). Maybe then the WLC column could be red or something like that to make it more visible. Or a no WLC connetion warning more flashy in some way…
I’m not sure… can you please test with 6.03 beta to see if this issue is fixed? If not, please let me know what I need to do to reproduce the error and I will take a look at it, thank you!00Yes, Python is considered a vulnerable process in VS, so it is covered, along with a massive list of other potentially vulnerable processes.00
Geri123: Windows Defender problems…
Hey guys, sorry, I have been tied up. This Windows Defender issue should be fixed in this version…
VS 6.03 beta
Thank you guys!10Cool, thank you, it makes sense now. In Advanced Settings, unchecking the “Automatically Allow by Parent Process” will create A LOT of unnecessary blocks. It should be perfectly secure to enable this option, and I would leave it enabled. Thank you!10I just installed Mailbird on AutoPilot with all default VS settings and experienced two prompts (the very first two that you posted), and I carefully looked at both blocks and confirmed these are both legitimate blocks that need to be blocked in order to properly secure the computer.
As far as the .bat, commandline and possible exploit blocks (the third, forth and fifth blocks you posted) are concerned, these do not need to be blocked and were not blocked when I tested. So I am guessing that there is a setting in your VS settings that is different from the VS default settings, and that is probably why you experienced the last 3 blocks. Do you have any settings that are different from the VS default settings? Thank you!10BTW, we have a new User Guide for VS, please let me know if anyone notices any typos ;).
Thank you!10That is odd… thank you for letting me know!00