Author Topic: Parent applications  (Read 2689 times)

Offline romath

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Parent applications
« on: August 19, 2007, 01:35:21 PM »
What is a parent application and how does one figure out what it is in any particular case?  I looked it up in help but didn't find the term defined.  It does say that Comodo figures it out but I'd like to understand more.  Thanks.

soyabeaner

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Re: Parent applications
« Reply #1 on: August 19, 2007, 01:43:58 PM »
Parent application is the application that loads another application.  You'll notice that explorer.exe (the Windows shell or GUI if you will) is the primary one for most programs that run in Windows.  Check them out by viewing the detailed descriptions of each Application Monitor rule.  Other times you may have something like Yahoo Messenger as the parent application loading Internet Explorer (basically YM uses IE to connect to the internet).

By default, Application Monitor rules/alerts that are created are set to "learn" the parent (i.e. it auto-detects which program is loading which).  You can also change or specify the parent application, but it's not necessary for average users who don't want to manually create rules.

 

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