Antihook seems to take over the computer

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  1. Mr. Y

    Mr. Y Registered Member

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    Antihook seems to take over the computer and take away some of Tiny Personal Firewall (TPF) functions. Has anyone noticed this?
     
  2. khazars

    khazars Registered Member

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    Yip, did the same here to processguard and Jetico. I took it off and then processguard came back to life, it is a good product but too noisy and can be overwhelming!

    Try processguard free with/ and or Prevx1 beta!



    prev free

    http://free.prevx.com/
     
  3. TouchuvGrey

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    I've tried Anti Hook a few times on various computers. It looks good on paper, but it does not play well with PG ( at least in my experience ) and has caused lock ups on on the computer i keep downstairs for the kids and grandkids. Also, it still seems to have a registration issue, when i tried to register it, i got a message that the key was invalid or corrupt. I think i'll try PrevX.



    Mike
     
  4. FatalChaos

    FatalChaos Registered Member

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    according to the antihook website, the registration bug will be addressed in the next release, whenever that is.
     
  5. TouchuvGrey

    TouchuvGrey Registered Member

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    This from InfoProcess' website


    11 Jun 2005 - AntiHook 2.5 (build 12)

    IMPORTANT

    Dear customers,

    There seem to be a problem with AntiHook Registration on Windows XP Home Edition only. We have isolated the issue and fix will be available within 1-2 weeks with the release of AntiHook 2.6 and the new version - AntiHook 3.0.

    Looks like it's been there a while


    Mike
     
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