I have a question relating to platforms such as Java where its programs are run from within a virtual machine. How would WSA detect any malware in this sort of configuration? Presumably the java executable itself is a permitted application; I'm assuming this doesn't override the normal monitoring/firewall blocking etc that WSA would perform?
Best answer by superssjdan
You would be correct.Wsa has you protected on many levels,but the first one that comes to mind would be Zero Day shield that would protect you from any java related exploits.If malware attempts to execute,WSA will catch it.The journaling feature in WSA is a lifesaver.If you wind up with an infection,WSA journaling feature enables it to roll back your system to it's pristine preinfection state.