Active Shield and True sword- any views?

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by aigle, Feb 26, 2007.

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  1. aigle

    aigle Registered Member

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    I been looking for this feature in particular to surface in our other security HIPS and/or programs.

    Thanks for link, this one's definitely new so remains to be seen how it stacks up.

    Anyone?
     
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  3. duke1959

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    Be cautious. Although True Sword was delisted on Spyware Warrior, I personally still don't trust it. I recently had a squared installed and it found a Trace Spyware that was from a very old installation of True Sword that I had done at one time.
     
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    As duke stated Spyware Warrior delisted this.(True Sword)


    RougeRemover flags it as rouge.


    Linkscanner Pro's warning.
     

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  5. aigle

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    I suspected so. Thanks
     
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    Hi,

    I use SensiveGuard for this, for access to C-drive for programs with internet connection, P2P and e-mail when not initiated by (deny create, change, write for file types:)

    *.exe, *.com, *.dll, *.tlb, *.ocx, *.vxd, *.sys, *.ini,*.hta, *.drv

    Problem with SensiveGuard is, when it works on your hardware it is a great program (network and file access = firewall and datawall), pitty the developers did not test the freeware version tested on all sorts of hardware.
     
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