Can someone please explain to me how "Image execution" works or what exactly it does?
As if I have it turned on or off nothing changes, the exact same alerts are given when I try to execute an .exe file from my desktop(explore.exe as parent of course).
I figured it to simply be a pop up stating a new file is about to start. However, All I see is "Explore.exe is starting whatever.exe". Which happens as well when I have "Image execution" Disabled. And Yes, I have "files to check" correctly set up.
I thought Image Execution protection was supposed to say something more along the lines of. "Whatever.exe is about to start". Regardless of parent application and so on.
I'm in "paranoid" mode, BTW.
BTW, any chance of renaming that to "custom" mode or something?
Also, is there a way I can set up Defense+ where it will no longer ask any questions? Just, more along the lines of do what I have it set up to do in the rules and block everything els by default? A mode as such would be very nice, IMO.