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Ges Wall Prevention Software.

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#1 saberwolf


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Posted 13 October 2009 - 08:56 AM

Hey everyone.

I would like to know if anyone here uses GesWall ??

Recently I upgraded my O.S. from Xp 32Bit to Xp 64Bit an I found out some of my favorite apps that I use to use on 32 do not work on 64Bit like ( Hipps DefenseWall ) for instance.

I thought that Hipps Defense Wall was a great app for the 32Bit system but being it is only supported as such I can't use it on my Xp 64Bit.

So I was fortunate to find Ges Wall which is 64Bit friendly, I have been hearing some great things about it so I decided to install it an am running it as we speak.

Question thou, I know that Ges Wall works the same way as Defense Wall as far as labeling apps as untrusted, what I would like to do is label some of the apps that I have already installed on my system an configure them through Ges Wall so they show as trusted an are not isolated, so in the event that I do see a process that I would like to terminate I can do it.

Screen shot Example:

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As you can see I have all these processes labeled as Isolated, now what I would like to do is just show in the window above as few processes as possible, so in the event of a attack I can determine what's a threat an what's not.

I hope I made this understandable??

So, how do I un-isolate processes in Ges Wall so the window shows as little processes as possible, because I see no area in the Ges Wall console that allows you to configure it???

Here's a Ges Wall tut on You Tube explaining the software:

One more thing, I was hoping that some of you guys have some infected site links so I can test them out to see how GesWall reacts??

Edit: Moved topic from XP to the more appropriate forum. ~ Animal

Edited by Animal, 13 October 2009 - 02:07 PM.

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