First I’d like to ask how to post a screenshot - in fact how do you take a screenshot?
My other questions:
What is a maximum protection mode for CPF? What settings arrive at max protection. Are there examples of how people have theirs set up to use as a guide much like Blackspear does with NOD32?
In connections how is it that I’m using IE but the only connections it’s showing is IE and 127.0.0.1?
Thanks in advance for any guidance.
You can post a screenshot by selecting “Additional Options…”, select “Choose…” and then browse to the screenshot you would like to upload. I use the “prt sc” key on my laptop to take a screenshot of my screen.
1. What is a maximum protection mode for CPF? What settings arrive at max protection. Are there examples of how people have theirs set up to use as a guide much like Blackspear does with NOD32?
Most users would stick with the default settings. Maximun protection would require you to change the “alert frenquency level” to very high and change component monitor settings to “turn on”. This will however present you with alot of prompts to allow/deny certain connections and dll’s.
2. In connections how is it that I'm using IE but the only connections it's showing is IE and 127.0.0.1?
Connections in IE will only appear when you request a page. Once you have recieved the page, the connection is dropped (untill you load another page). Address 127.0.0.1 refers to IE accessing pages that are cached on you computer.
Hi LowJat, I will add also if you press ‘alt+prt scr’ buttons this will take a screenshot of the active window instead of the whole desktop.Then open your ms paint program>edit>paste>save as (jpeg,png). Hope this helps.
Thanks for the information-all of it is very helpful in understanding what I’m looking at now.