Online Armor now released

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by MikeNash, Sep 6, 2005.

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  1. MikeNash

    MikeNash Security Expert

    Jun 9, 2005
    Sydney, Australia
    Hi Everyone

    Online Armor has now been released and is up on both automatic updates for download, and for direct install from the Tall Emu website. (The link should work in about 24h once they catch up).

    If you have automatic updates configured, you may already have this - if you are running an older version I would recommend an update to this one.

    In this version there are a number of compatibility and cosmetic fixes, plus some nice feature changes.

    * AD Muncher fix - Ad muncher and OA should play nice now (unless you are running the latest ad-mucher beta test)

    * Cosmetic - When you choose to Block something clicking on a Block button, the related History entry now lists the action as Blocked, instead of denied.

    * Installer bug / Help Bug on Win98 Fixed

    * Cosmetic - Program Guard now has separate column for EXE NAME which can be sorted.

    * Program Blocker - now has the option to "Ask" every time.

    * Program Blocker - now has option to track changes or not for each program.

    * New popup - when you block a program, the next time you try to execute it OA will give you a reminder that you previously blocked it (in calm green - just a reminder after all). This green reminder Popup will reset each time you block/unblock the program - so if you allow, and then re-block you will be reminded again.

    * When allowing programs in Safety Check Wizard , set default to "not track" changes (after all, these programs should normally be trusted).

    * History window: Date/Time column title shows a backslash instead of a regular slash

    * Program Blocker: small typo (siliently) on popup warning regarding a program blocked previously - fixed

    * Problems with O&O Defrag V8 Professional - fixed

    * Start Menu tree in SCW expanded by default because some users did not notice that the tree contains more than one program.

    * Optimisations in the SocketsProxy - better performance and start time

    * General optimisation in Registry and Files engine also

    * Fixed bug with AOL radio not working


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