A question from the Cortex XDR What's New in 3.7 webinar: Alert Trigger

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A question from the Cortex XDR What's New in 3.7 webinar: Alert Trigger

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I tried reg and cmd lines with bcdedit options to set safe mode. They didn't trigger an alert. Also booted into safe mode and didn't trigger. What is the trigger?

 

This question was asked as part of the Cortex XDR Customer Success Webinar: What's New in 3.7

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A reply by @gmazaltrim 
Safe Mode Protection covers safe mode reboot attempts made suspiciously by other apps. Such operations made by humans were excluded in order to support the legit maintenance of the endpoint.

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A reply by @gmazaltrim 
Safe Mode Protection covers safe mode reboot attempts made suspiciously by other apps. Such operations made by humans were excluded in order to support the legit maintenance of the endpoint.

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