When do you whitelist? and what does it do?


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I'm curious, for those in secure enterprise environments, when and why do you whitelist? Does the whitelist allow the executable to run without any checks at all - what if the executable becomes infected? Is there some CRC or hash digest that is compared to ensure it hasn't changed? What if it updates?

In general is whitelisting a big risk?

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