A.P.A.I.S. Version 1.0.0.3236 released!

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  1. Hermescomputers

    Hermescomputers Registered Member

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    Advanced Process Analysis and Identification System Technician's Edition

    A.P.A.I.S. is a live system analysis tool designed to take a single process, and inspect it thoroughly to provide field technicians full spectrum identification, and analysis capability.

    It is similar to an anti-malware but without active protection or the ability to scan the entire system, as I designed it to perform tasks and interact with the user in ways impractical to ordinary anti-malware tools in order to accurately identify malicious live processes that may have somehow eluded active protection, and operate in live system memory...

    http://hermes-computers.ca/downloads.php
     
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    Did you know that the eye can't focus on red and blue at the same time?

    Sorry, this looks really useful, but it's so hard on the eyes that I just can't use it.
     
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    Hello Notok,

    You must mean the control buttons...
    I see what you mean... :cautious:

    Well, my wife is also working on buttons right now...

    As you can see I did not retain the services of a graphics designer as this entire undertaking is really all home made, and I'm obviously much more suited to the technical aspects than to the cosmetics...

    Yet would you believe I spent weeks working on these buttons... :D

    Sorry for the inconvenience, but this toolkit would really impress you if you actually tried using it.

    Cheers!

    Guy
     
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    Big kudos on making it and sharing it; I think it's a great idea and, from what I can see it looks like a great tool :) I will be keeping an eye out :)

    Sorry, was a bit tired in my last post; I meant my last post to be a little more positive than it actually came out. :)
     
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    Notok,

    Hey thank you for the positive input... Criticisms are rooted in truth, I just need to figure out how to extract the right blend to please the critics... :rolleyes:

    Well, you certainly stirred quite a conversation on our end about the color scheme and user experience comment.

    I must thank you for pointing this out to me. I really re thought the whole UI and improved it as much as I could think of...
    Resulting in many long hours...

    I hope you will find this more useable and aesthetically pleasing, and perhaps you may even consider trying it on for size! :)

    While I was as it I did add a few features I was planning for the next major release with this one. I reorganized all the menus to be more logical and over all more useable.

    I hope you like it! :D

    Thank You

    Guy
     
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