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Is there a way to allow a legitimate parent process to create a legitimate child process on Cortex XDR that is being blocked due to "Suspicious Process Creation"? In my case, I whitelisted the child process but the block continues. I do not want to whitelist the parent process as this may allow malware into our environment someday.
I remember version 4.1 of Traps allowing this under Child Process Protection (I think was the name). For example "ParentProcess.exe ->spawns-> ChildProcess.exe : Allow". I looked into the exception profile, but it only allows me to create an exception for just one specific process.
If anyone has an idea of if/how to accomplish this with Cortex XDR, please let me know! Thank you, stay safe.
Hi, I believe this may be what you are looking for:
You will then find a whitelist option to do a combo of the parent and child process along with any specific parameters
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