VMware Carbon Black App Control Pros and Cons
VMware Carbon Black App Control Pros
If any malicious activity, like VAT viruses, anything RNE, ZOD malware, or something similar, comes in we know that unless we approve it, it's going to be blocked.View full review »
The effectiveness of application whitelisting is very good.View full review »
I use the console to check for threats and I find it to be very user-friendly.View full review »
VMware Carbon Black App Control Cons
Another issue is that even sometimes if you approve, for example, Adobe as a publisher, you say any product or anything that's from Adobe has to run. It generally runs, but especially in a large environment and with a lot of users, sometimes, due to some certification validation issues or some other issue, it might stop the process from running. Genuine processes like Adobe and Chrome can get blocked. so that needs to be improved.View full review »
The reporting is not good and needs to be improved.View full review »
I would like to see the addition of some more features that are in other, similar solutions.View full review »
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