Not a bug indeed. It,s a conflict. Using GW 2.7 beta and CFP v 126.96.36.1996
If I launch any application inside GW( isolated), I get a lot of popups about the application istalling a global hook MSCTF.dll and these popups can,t be remembered no matter how many times i choose rememmber and allow.
Only workaround at the moment is to apply a pre-defined security policy9 like treat as isolated application) that gets rid of this pop up but it causes a lot of CPU spikes.
If i disable GW policy, no such alerts.
Is it possible to address it in next build? Thanks
I suspect these cannot be remembered by CFP because GW is applying the hooks on the fly (dynamically) every time you use it & probably to its own version of the application concerned (for obvious reasons). Nature of the beast (GW) I guess. Not sure if it’s a bug on CFPs behalf (unless the CPU spikes are)… but, it might indeed need coding work to resolve… I would also recommend reporting this to GW’s people… as it might require work from both sides or cooperation to resolve.
You could try to run GMER - Rootkit Detector and Remover to gather a list of hooked kernel functions. Geswall and D+ could rely on the same functions and this could cause an issue.
Maybe it would be a good idea to raise a Support Ticket.
Mention this topic and the answer Geswall developers gave to you. If you could quote their answer that could help too.
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Too bad. We were invited to not submit Support tickets for issues described by other members.
Anyway it’s not a matter of “if they will be interested” the bugreport boards should be based on a cooperative approach to report bugreports but many members don’t even read the sticky notices nor create compliant topics. So bugs are difficult to track and sometimes to notice. Using a support ticket provide another channell to submit a bugreport.
When the bug is aknowledged it will usually get a priority score and will be fixed before lower priority ones.
I undersdtand taht but I can,t submit a support ticket as besides a bitter experience with the support tickets in the past, I don,t even have CFP on my system at the moment so I will not be able to provide any logs/ info etc.