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Agnitum Outpost Web Control unnecessary with Anti-Exploit?


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Agnitum Outpost Web Control allows a user to disable categories of active content (e.g. JavaScript, Flash, Java, Hidden Frames, ActiveX, VBScript, Scripting ActiveX) per specified web site.  I would be delighted to have confirmation that the intelligence built into Anti-Exploit effectively makes the use of Web Control unnecessary.

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I guess I already implied the answer in my enquiry.  Outpost's Web Control was created well before Anti-Exploit was even thought of.  It was a good thing in its day but it is not practical to blanket block JavaScript so when an intelligent mechanism like MBAE comes along, use and trust it.  Consequently, I have removed the superseded Web Control from Outpost but the firewall and HIPS features remain.


I like fit-and-forget devices.

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