Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by Warklen, Mar 12, 2010.
For those who are interested
Thanks for the link, Zemana must want everyone to use Antilogger with all the giveaways recently.
Thanx downloaded Zemana rocks !!
So you have to donwload Zemana from here http://www.zemana.com/softpedia/
install it a you get a lifetime license? somebody could explain it please? I have a x64 system and I cant install it.
This has probably already been noted, but there's no support for 64 bit - problem with Patch Guard (again).
You download it, install it, and then after restart there is a pop-up requiring to accept things etc etc and after that you have 365days of it.
Thanks for posting!
Yeah, the Patch Guard thing is getting a tad old.
I have yet to see a zero day malware test with Zemana. I wouldn't pay money for it based only on its antikeylogger ability.
How does it work? Do they send you a license key by email or what?
I already have Zemana AntiLogger, but if I could get a new license for another year, why not?
Is Zemana all about real-time, or can it be run on-demand?
Real Time, is like an AntiLogger hips
I think it's real time only
nice 10x , btw its build 185 and site show build 172 ...
Has anyone been able to activate today? I've tried twice unsuccessfully and notice this in the activation string for two different systems: "activation_key=SOFTPEDIA-OEM-120809". I'm starting to think this is an old deal from last year that may not be working anymore.
you dont need Zemana
" Originally Posted by Zemana FAQ
Q: Why don't you offer a product for 64-bit Windows?
A: AntiLogger is not available for Windows x64 (64-bit) operating systems.
Microsoft extended the core of the operating system kernel in the x64 editions of Windows with KPP (Kernel Patch Protection - informally known as PatchGuard) in such a way that self-checks are routinely performed to detect tampering.
The proactive protection provided by AntiLogger is not supported by the Windows x64 kernel. AntiLogger must make changes to the kernel to implement proactive protection. These changes are detected by PatchGuard as tampering, so the system will crash soon after AntiLogger is installed.
If Microsoft ever removes PatchGuard from their x64 systems or provide some useful SDK available to security vendors, we'll provide a 64-bit edition of AntiLogger.
Its working,i got 1 year free license
There is an OEM pop-up built in Zemana. It pops up and that's it. User needs to make one click in order to activate it
I think you can't use this license to extend current one.
So you didn't have any problems like Derelict_NY? You activated it succesfully?
What does it say under Services>License? It should state license number, license type, expiration date and remaining days.
Is it valid for 365 days?
I am sorry if I am being a PITA, I just want to be sure if I reinstall that I'll be able to use the new license.
It was in VMware. No problems what so ever.
It is valid for 365 days, that is correct.
I think it was OEM license. At least, in main program, there's a big Softpedia logo.
For some strange reason I cannot download this file to a location of my choice... it demands to be run from a temp file. I am not in favor of running a program directly from the internet without first saving it to disk and scanning it with various security applications... or just saving it to be run later or to be moved to another computer. Has anyone been able to save the installer to a location of their own choosing?
No 64 bit compatibility. Useless.
Yes, I did. In documents/downloads. Been using Shadow Defender though, albeit it would have worked out even without it.
does this have to be installed within the giveaway time period? or can i save the file to install at a later time and still have a valid 365 day working license?
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