At runtime, one of several Segira DataGuard windows may pop up at the bottom of your
screen to inform you of some unusual events that may need your attention:
Manual Classification Overrides:
This window will be displayed at the bottom right of your screen and contains a
list of applications and libraries whose analysis is pending or ongoing and has
taken longer than usual to complete. This may happen if your device is offline
(as depicted here with the yellow Segira castle) and you try starting a new app
from a USB stick, or there are several new libraries trying to load at the same
time or your internet connection is slower than usual or down.
We stronly recommend you ignore this list and wait until Segira has analyzed
the files in question,
at which point the entries will disappear again and app execution will resume
normally (unless a malicious file is blocked). You can also close the window via
. If you cannot wait for Segira's
analysis, you can manually decide what to do with each app/library: click
to allow it to run or
to block it from running temporarily.
Once Segira's analysis arrives, it will override your manual
decision for future app starts.
Segira DataGuard continuously monitors applications' bahavior. If an app shows
signs of ransomware like actions (i.e. too many files that don't belong to the
app are modified), a Segira-orange window will pop up at the bottom left of your
screen and you will have to decide what to do next with that app. Similar to
to allow it to continue running and make changes to your files or click
to terminate and block it from being started again. Note:
is final and cannot be undone right now.
To view a list of already modified files (and to undo changes, if desired), click
the provided link in the window. See
help for more details.
Alternatively, if a boot sector is being modified by an unknown app, a similar
window as described above will be displayed and you will have to decide what to
do next with that app. Click
to allow it or
to terminate and block it from being started again.
Your desicion is final and cannot be undone right now.
By hovering the mouse over the app's name, a tooltip will show you the full path,
process ID & the app family.
Lastly, if an app that is not digitally signed is attempting to modify a boot
sector (unsigned applications should never be allowed to change how the operating
system behaves, let alone starts up), Segira DataGuard will simply block that
operation and have the OS pop up a notification message to let you know what