Applications in any of the following selected classes: <All Applications>
But not in any of the following selected classes: <none>
Attempt to write any of these registry entries: $All HKCR Keys [V4.5.1 r654]
That registry set is -
Registry keys matching: HKCR\**
Here is an good example of the event it has generated:
The process 'C:\WINNT\system32\CMD.EXE' (as user NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM) attempted to access the registry key '\REGISTRY\MACHINE\SOFTWARE\CLASSES', value ''. The attempted access was a write (operation = CREATE/KEY). The operation was allowed by a rule (rule defaults).
But, here is also a bad example of an event it has generated:
The process '<remote application>' (as user MACHINE1\inetuser) attempted to access the registry key '\REGISTRY\MACHINE\SOFTWARE\CLASSES\.aiff', value ''. The attempted access was an open (operation = OPEN/KEY). The operation was allowed by a rule (rule defaults).
Why is this event triggered when the attempted access was an open? Or will a Registry Access Control rule trigger on all accesses to the registry set?
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