What is Lockdown? Lockdown is a preventative measure for use against malware/ransomware attacks, which blacklists the ENTIRE file system, and whitelisting must be applied to allow programs to run. Lockdown restricts not only executables, but DLLs and other code libraries as well.
Changes in v1.1:
- Lockdown now remembers your customized whitelist/blacklist settings when enabling/disabling Lockdown through the user interface (does not apply to command line arguments.)
- Added import/export feature for whitelist/blacklists both in the UI and through command line arguments.
- Lockdown now detects when it is enabled/disabled, and enables/disables the appropriate buttons in the user interface, so no more confusion as to whether Lockdown is enabled.