A recent Bleeping Computer news article suggested that Windows users should "may want to lock down [CertUtil's] ability to connect to the Internet" but no instructions on how do this were provided! So how does one go about doing this?
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Posted 05 April 2018 - 07:43 PM
Posted 06 April 2018 - 10:36 AM
In the rules of OSA v. 1.4 beta there is also the control of this exe
Posted 06 April 2018 - 11:27 AM
Windows has a built-in program called CertUtil,.................
It is not present in Windows XP.
Posted 08 April 2018 - 02:34 AM
We're planning to release v1.4 on 10 April...............
Edited by Sampei_Nihira, 08 April 2018 - 02:34 AM.
Posted 05 May 2018 - 11:48 PM
Not sure if this is the right place for this post, but here goes:
Is CertUtil similar to Credential Manager? I have a virtualapp/didlogical credential that lists SSO_POP_Device Credential that keeps re-adding itself, and from what I found from googling it, was a couple of different answers from Microsoft...#1 Is related to Windows Live stuff (which I do not use) #2 Is related to your Microsoft account (which I do not use for at all except when I had to sign in once when I added Office 365) #3 Is related to Zeus Virus and means I have been breached.... Can anyone confirm what this really would be? Only thing I could think of is #1 The digital key that Windows 10 uses to Activate Windows (which nobody said that) #2 The credential for my Thunderbird email client, as I have "remember password" set so I can get my emails, or the credential for our office 365 account (which I do not manage, but I think it might be exchange, not 100% sure)... My biggest concern would be I picked up something dirty from somewhere without realizing it, but all my Virus programs show clear (which does not mean anything necessarily as I have been told that a lot of malware will disguise itself as legitimate processes and corrupt AV anyway) Any feedback would be greatly appreciated, Thanks everyone!
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