-CIS 5.0.162636.1135 ,Malwarebytes 1.46 free version Autopatcher v126.96.36.199
-Run Autopatcher.exe CIS 5 sandboxes it and the BSOD is present.
-I tried to resolve the problem with moving Autopatcher.exe to trusted files and succeeded.
After this action autopatcher starts with no problem.
-Screen shots are attached. (Cumon.sys)
-Memory dumps are attached (Cumon.sys)
-Two memory dumps and screen shots taken to test if the BSOD is random or not.
CIS 5 -proactive configuration,firewall custom policy,create rules for safe applications for
firewall and defense +,av stateful sandbox enabled, defense + safe mode.
CPM changed my win update settings once.
Applications installed(install and monitor setup using CPM) are not monitored.
Your Operating System (and whether it’s 32bit/64bit); Win 7 64bit
Security Software Installed; CIS 5
How you produced the problem; Installed software
How you tried to resolve the problem; didn`t
Screen-shots with the error (if any); -
Post Memory Dumps on crash if you encounter any; -
All log files of CPM, if you had logs enabled; -
Any other Additional Information; CPM was THE FIRST program I installed.
Here is the problem; CPM still seems to have problems monitoring programs. these are the programs I installed AFTER I installed CPM and wich are not monitored; Ad Muncher, Download Accelerator Plus and Google Chrome. In fact, the only programs that i installed after CPM and that are monitored are CIS 5, Firefox and flashplayer.
Before testing the Beta-Release I tested the final with the same result.
Please provide mode details. Do you have administrator privileges on your user account? Could some installed software you can think of beside windows Defender & Firewall be blocking it?
That is a usefull hint. I deinstalled TuneUp Utilities version 10 and made a new try with CPM. Now the beta release started without crash, but crashed when I tested to install a Windows module update with it...
I gave the actual CPM final release another try. Till now it worked successfully - also the Windows update function.
Here’s a bug from December 28. After two BSOD’s when trying to change user I uninstalled COM.
- Your Operating System: Windows 7 Ultimate x32 - Security Software Installed; CIS v5 (I am not sure what exact version I had back then) with AV on access. On demand I have Spybot Search and Destroy, Super Anti Spyware, Malwarebyte Anti Malware, Emsisoft Anti Malware, Spywareblaster - How you produced the problem; Trying to change user in Windows produces the BSOD - How you tried to resolve the problem; I uninstalled CPM as I needed the second user account - Screen-shots with the error (if any);n/a - Post Memory Dumps on crash if you encounter any;Find it attached - All log files of CPM, if you had logs enabled; n/a - Any other Additional Information; I will add a SIW system report for you guys to see what’s on my system. Notice the SIW report is from January 19 where the minidump is from December 28.