I am trying to add an exe to the exclusion list, but I still get an alert for every action the program tries to perform. I am positive this is a bug in the software.
I have done everything, I can think of. I added the file to the behavior blocker exclusion list.
I added the file to the trusted file list.
I even created a custom rule for it it and treated it as an allowed application.
Nothing works, I always get HIPS alerts for every action the file tries to perform.
What steps do i have to do to stop all alerts? It is a software for my security camera, and it has to be able to run with no restrictions. The program is TeboCam, and is widely used.
It seems I have solved the issue, when the alert pops up I have to select always remember to “treat this as an allowed application” which I should not have to do since the entire contents of the program’s folder is in the trusted files list, and behavior blocker exclusion list.
The program I am using has no installer… it runs directly from an .exe file.
Also, there is no option to “treat this as a trusted file/application” when I get HIPS alerts. there is only the option to treat is as an allowed application. Is this just a new nomenclature of CIS 6?