2. What is Anti-Ransomware Folder?
Anti-Ransomware Folder is a feature that protects a folder by blocking access to suspicious processes that you do not allow to access a folder you set up.
(1) Automatically restart after Anti-Ransomware Folder feature is over
If you disable the Anti-Ransomware Folder feature, you can set it for the option to restart automatically. You can choose when to restart your PC after 10 minutes, 30 minutes, 60 minutes, or when to restart your PC, and after the selected time period, restart the ransomware security folder functionality that you left off. If 'Do not restart' is selected, it will not automatically restart after the ransomware security folder has been disabled.
(2) Notify when a suspicious process attempts to access the folder
If the Anti-Ransomware Folder detects and blocks access to unauthorized processes in addition to the allowed process you have set up, a notification window appears.
3. Anti-Ransomware Folder List
Set the Anti-Ransomware Folder List. You can set up Anti-Ransomware Folder by clicking [Add] in Anti-Ransomware Folder List settings.
(* System folders cannot be added as ransomware security folder targets, and up to 100 ransomware security folders can be added.)
* Contact Ahnlab Technical Support Center for inquiries about folders that cannot be added as protection targets.
4. Allowed Process List
Set process targets that are accessible to Anti-Ransomware Folder. Under Allowed Process List, you can click [Add] to add a target for the allowed process.
(* Processes that are primarily used for ransomware malware can't be added as an acceptable process, and up to 100 allowed processes can be added.)
* Contact Ahnlab Technical Support Center for information on the process that cannot be added as an acceptable process.