Advanced registry parameters

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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 REG_DWORD equaling decimal 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).

Fields that accept advanced registry parameters often, but not always, also support advanced build parameters.