Alternative to Trusteer Rapport

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  1. Ashanta

    Ashanta Registered Member

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    Hi,

    I'm looking for a light program in ressource, not so heavy like Trustee against MITB, Keylogging, Clipboard logging, Screenshot logging working on Vista 32 bits.

    Keyscrambler is not enough.

    All ideas would be nice, thanks.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. AaLF

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    Try BitDefender Safepay. Its free.
     
  3. 1000db

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    Zemana, Spyshelter,

    or

    a non-installed protected service called Quarri's My Protect
     
  4. CloneRanger

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    Free or Paid? For free you could combine some keystroke encrypter like Zemana free or Keyscrambler with HitmanPro.Alert for MitB. There's indeed also BD Safepay, though it's a separate browser I believe.
     
  6. Ashanta

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    Yes, for free. If not, paid programs

     
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    WSA does all that as well ! But you can use Zemana or Spyshelter with it too, i did with NO problems :)
     
  10. Ashanta

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    Spy Shelter, is it light on ressources ? CPU and memory ?
     
  11. blasev

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    spyshelter is light on resources, and it has a very good HIPS
    at least according to matousec benchmark

    ps: free version only for 32bit windows
     
  12. Ashanta

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    I'm hesitating between Zemana and SpyShelter. o_O

    On the other hand, I'd like to try BitDefender Safepay. :rolleyes:
     
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    zemana antilogger is weaker than spyshelter in my own experience
     
  14. Victek

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    Doesn't seem out of the ordinary:

    32-bit versions of Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8 and 64-bit versions of Vista, Windows 7 and 8 and applications
    IE6 to IE10 installed, JavaScript enabled
    Java 1.4.2+ or ActiveX enabled
    10MB disk space
    256MB RAM
    No admin rights required
     
  15. Ashanta

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    and what about this, Victek123 ?


    Virtual Appliance Deployment

    VMware ESX and ESXi
    Microsoft Hyper-V
    Oracle VirtualBox
    1 GB RAM
    4 GB disk
    Exactly 1 network interface
     
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    Supposedly Quarri's My Protect and WSA will both protect you even when used on an infected system. I've used BD's Safepay and it is indeed a separate and isolated browser (so is QMP). If you use Firefox you can use No-script with Browser Protect add-ons for browser protection. There is also HitmanPro Alert but I think it just warns you of possible browser breaches whereas the other applications mentioned in this thread try to prevent attacks all together.
     
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    If you are already using WSA no use to piling up software doing the same (Keyscrambler, Zemana, Quarri). Look for complementary security layers instead as keylooger, screengrabber and MITB is well covered already by WSA. May be isolated web browser sessions (safe pay, virtual kiosk, etc.)
     
  18. Victek

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    Meeting these requirements isn't necessary to run the browser on your PC.

    Edit: I created an account and then deployed the Quarri browser from both IE and Firefox (Quarri requires java when using Firefox). In both instances it downloaded very quickly and worked fine.
     
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  19. blasev

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    reinstalling trusteer, hmm I must say its much lighter than before. (last time I tried around 6 months ago).
     
  20. Windows_Security

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    @Ashanta,

    Keyscrambler does wel against traditional keyloggers (see raymond's cc test).

    Add HitmanPro.Alert for MITB, financial malware trojans, HMP.Alert will not protect, but will definitely warn you when browser is infected.

    Both light and free
     

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