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Malicious software is caught when it is known or when it behaves a certain way.
A few years ago, we had a horrible conficker infection.
The total infected count climbed to just under 1000 machines.
We couldn’t wipe machines faster than the malware could spread.
Eventually, we took the entire site offline and imaged every machine. Administration was finally convinced that something had to be done with security.
Further, these policies lack flexibility in who they applied to or how they were deployed.
App Locker, available in Windows 7/8 Enterprise, addressed these limitations and added some essential features. With a traditional antivirus, malware is detected through definition files.With App Locker, we can control five types of files: executables (.exe, .com); a variety of scripts (.bat, .cmd, .js, .ps1, .vbs); DLLs files (optional); Modern Apps (.appx) and MSIs (or MSPs).For right now, we are only concerned with executables and scripts as they comprise the bulk of threats.If possible, edit this GPO from a Windows 8/Server 2012 machine in order to get the most out of App Locker.As a best practice, you should always use the latest GPMC (and RSAT tools) available.In terms of security, the real power of App Locker rests in the ability to create a whitelist. Anything not on the whitelist is not allowed to run. Be sure that this GPO is not linked to an OU at this time.Suddenly, you no longer have to worry about updating definitions or the latest threat! Edit the GPO and navigate to Computer Configuration/Windows Settings/Security Settings/System Services.Select the Application Identity service and set it to Automatic.If you are not on a Server OS (2008 R2 ) or an Enterprise Client OS, you won’t see this service.After enabling the service, navigate down to the Application Control Policies node and expand App Locker.The OS you edit the GPO from will determine what App Locker can control.