Anybody ever hear of or use - Hacker Eliminator?

Discussion in 'other anti-trojan software' started by Jonas, May 30, 2003.

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  1. Jonas

    Jonas Registered Member

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    Just was at their website and the seem to be a basic AT with startup scan and monitor. Anybody ever hear or use this product? If so what are your thoughts?

    Thanks,
    Jonas
     
  2. controler

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    Hi jonas

    I don't have HackerIliminator since I have a lifetime copy of Lockdown
    but I can provide some screen shots.

    I am only providing screen shots of the first three options.
    scanner , generics and ports
     

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    generics:
     

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    And Ports:

    I hope I don't get spanked for posting Lockdown stuff here :)
     

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  5. solarpowered candle

    solarpowered candle Registered Member

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    Yea it sure got a great review from virus p tests the other day .
    44th . Hacker Eliminator (former LockDown Millenium) version 1.2 - 3.56%

    That was out of 46
     
  6. controler

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    SPC?

    it is just like all the other programs. You can select your own registry keys to minitor and which ports to allow and files to monitor and
    add your own trojan list as well. One thing I do know is Michael
    does know his stuff and will answer your fears if you chose to write him about an issue.
     
  7. Paul Wilders

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    Have to disagree here - totally. Apart from LD which I personally do regard as a at most mediocre software, trust comes into play. And as we all know, Mr. Paris has provided room - and still is as far as I know of - to malware/trojan developer/distributing sites. Now, that's not a company I for one would put my trust in.

    Sure - I'm still black listed on one or more of his public available white papers, for commenting on his software :rolleyes:. Doesn't bother me - rather consider it sort of a compliment ;).

    regards.

    paul
     
  8. I_lack_commonsense

    I_lack_commonsense Registered Member

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    Just my opinion,

    But RegRunSecurity Suite seems to have some of those same features (and there support and reputation are both positive). The features that this program has, and that RegRun lacks, I believe can be replaced by better 3rd party programs.

    Edit: Oh and RegRun will be including a port monitor in the future as well. I asked the developer (before my purchase) if I will be charged for these upgraded features when they come out and he said no :)
     
  9. controler

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    Don't get me wrong Paul. I am not saying HackerIliminator is the best
    product at all. It is only another layer. I am only saying Paris Does know more than one thinks about trojans. You know I use many programs. Currently I am trying out Panda with the built in made by Sygate firewall. Works very well.
    I just don't like the fact they and F-Prot don't allow either auto or manual updates to their beta's. I am also likeing NOD as I mentioned and will be buying the TDS triple package.
    You didn't spank me too hard paul he he
     
  10. Paul Wilders

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    controler,

    Actually, I didn't spank you at all - merely have been setting the record straight :D

    regards.

    paul
     
  11. bellgamin

    bellgamin Very Frequent Poster

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    I second the comments of I_lack_commonsense concerning RegRun. It is an excellent program with great support.

    Paul, since you are in a non-spanking mood today, I shall [even though Off-Thread] add the RegRun link...

    http://greatis.com/regrun3.htm :)

    pax..........bellgamin
     
  12. Paul Wilders

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    Hi Bell,

    Yep, one of those rare days :D. Surely you know of the RR test/review over here.

    regards.

    paul
     
  13. Mr.Blaze

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    :mad:hey that kinda look like port explorer hmmmmmmm?
     
  14. Paul Wilders

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    RR is a totally different program, Mr. Blaze, being around for quite some years in the meanwhile.

    regards.

    paul
     
  15. controler

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    well then my computer is open to those that dispute, I must warm you though, before I reformat , I will monitor all activity ***grin***
     
  16. MEGAFREAK

    MEGAFREAK Registered Member

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    I have to agree with paul wilders, Lockdown is absolutely unnecessary.
     
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