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3rd Party Applications that cannot be added to the X-Ploit Resilience patching system

Below are the 3rd party applications that were tested by the Heimdal Security team for implementation within the X-Ploit Resilience patching system, but that could not be added because of different issues.

Adobe Reader XI, Adobe Acrobat Reader DC - if one of the two applications is installed on a machine, X-Ploit Resilience is not able to install or patch the other Adobe application (eg. if Adobe Reader XI is installed, X-Ploit Resilience cannot install or patch Adobe Acrobat Reader DC; if Adobe Acrobat Reader DC is installed, X-Ploit Resilience cannot install or patch Adobe Reader XI).

Greenshot - the application opens the developer's page in a browser after installation. The application cannot be patched while the previous version is still running.

OBS Studio (64-bit) - the 64-bit version sets its registries in the 32-bit path, within the Registry Editor and thus it cannot be detected by the X-Ploit Resilience module.

Shotcut (64-bit) - the 64-bit version sets its registries in the 32-bit path, within the Registry Editor and thus it cannot be detected by the X-Ploit Resilience module.

TeamViewer (MSI Installer with custom settings) - the X-Ploit Resilience cannot patch customized version of TeamViewer.

Zoom Client for Meetings (the EXE Installer) - the EXE Installer does not allow silent installation, while the application (installed from the EXE Installer) cannot be detected by the X-Ploit Resilience. The EXE Installer does not require admin rights to be installed.

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