Blast a Cop
How to Disable Internet Probation and Parole Control Software
Blast Zone No.
Set Up On:
Tuesday, January 31, 2017
Probation and Parole
P.O. Box 60144
King of Prussia
My IPPC Experience
IPPC Impulse Control
Possible Killswitch Reg Key from IPPC:
Obsolete Version of Pearl Echo
It is really easy to disable Impulse Control monitoring software from Internet Probation and Parole Control Technologies, Inc. There are several ways to circumvent it and I will address a few.
Restart your computer in Safe Mode with Networking. This disables the software and you can then white list in any program you want to use.
Download Autoruns from Sysinternals. That will let you deselect all programs, drivers, and services that automatically start with Windows.
Use Group Policy Software Restriction Policies to block their applications.
Use RegEdit to ban their programs from running.
If that does not work do a system restore, hopefully you had the presence of mind to create one before installing the software.
The files you want to block are as follows:
Still have to go to court over this software and have not gotten word of any alternative program from Probation. As bad as this software is on Windows 10 I still feel like it would be unfair to that company not to point out that IPPC Impulse Control might work just fine on older versions of Windows or a Macintosh. I also feel like Probation dropped the ball here by not using more than one Program at the Portland office. They should use at least two and I would use three or four if I were them. If they are going to use just one then it should be one that at least keeps its stuff up to date.
Correction: 25% was the lowest I could get the WMPROC process. The others would add to that, but were not so high as to be a problem most of the time.
I just talked to a friend that is a computer whiz and he told me that I might be able to handle a program on my computer that runs like IPPC if I bought an aftermarket liquid cooling system. I wish I had thought of that myself and I would have seriously considered it. On the other hand I do not recall reading liquid cooling system as being a requirement of using IPPC software. It should not be a requirement because monitoring software should not idle at 25% CPU or more. 25% was the lowest I could get any one process.
Today I found out that Probation is trying to use the District Court to protect IPPC from the truth about themselves. I will not censor my work about their defective product just because Probation or a Court says to. I have a First Amendment right to tell people how much CPU usage they consume, how they fail to update their software for months on end despite fixes that would make it compatible with Windows 10 being available, and I have the right to tell others how to use their computer should IPPC cripple it.
Use a local account to log in.
if you don't have a local account.
Use another service to log in.