Advanced registry parameters
Advanced registry parameters are additional conditions that have to be met by the scanner if identified. An easy example would be Value=Data which would need the value "Value" to be a string containing the text "Data". Value=dword:755 would be similar, but referencing to a DWORD of the value 755. In addition to the equals sign, you can use negations. Value!=Data would detect only if "Value" is NOT "Data". And Value=exists: would be true whenever "Value" exists. You can also add relative paths (for checking values in subkeys), and absolute paths (beginning with a backslash, starting in the same root key).