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Miro
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Exploit prevention - Exclusions

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Hello,

I would like to ask you, If I will add DeviceLock (DL) processes into the exclusions list in the Exploit Prevention policy, should it allow these processes to write and inject its DLLs into other system and user processes as well? DeviceLock is an enterprise solution to manage and audit access to external devices. Sometimes it is blocked to inject its DLLs and then behave unexpectedly.

I did not find any events that ENS Exploit Prevention has blocked these DL processes, so maybe ENS is not responsible for these issues.

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Miro

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yaz
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Re: Exploit prevention - Exclusions

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Hi @Miro 

Thanks for reaching out to community.

For any exclusions that we add with Exploit prevention, this should match against the Exploit prevention signatures. 

Hence we needed to know the signatures that is blocking this and you can see what is the severity level of this signature. 

You can add exclusions accordingly if any signatures in ENS exploit prevention matches this. 

Once exclusions are added, those process will not be blocked.

You can disable Exploit prevention and test. 

If issue still happens, the ENS Exploit prevention may not be responsible.

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Re: Exploit prevention - Exclusions

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Hi @Miro 

Thanks for reaching out to community.

For any exclusions that we add with Exploit prevention, this should match against the Exploit prevention signatures. 

Hence we needed to know the signatures that is blocking this and you can see what is the severity level of this signature. 

You can add exclusions accordingly if any signatures in ENS exploit prevention matches this. 

Once exclusions are added, those process will not be blocked.

You can disable Exploit prevention and test. 

If issue still happens, the ENS Exploit prevention may not be responsible.

Was my reply helpful?

If yes, please give me a Kudo. If I have answered your query, kindly mark this as solution so that we can help other community members. 

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