anyone knows more about easymalwareblocker

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  1. simisg

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    i am very tempted to try this one:) it has parental control ;) and alot more stuff:)
     
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    i think its strong firewall hips but can we trust it? threatfire finds dangerus behavior (secmon.exe) ...... maybe is normal .....
     
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    Re: anyone knows more about EasyMalwareBlocker - Intrusion Prevention System

    the creator of emb says is standalone security no need for antivirus antimalware is very strong
     
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    Well, who tries it ? :D
     
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    Softpedia download link is dead and needs net framework.

    Will fire up a Vista VM and throw some rogues at it.

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    Not for Vista.
     
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    it looks strong so far but i dont like it in a way cause is not well organize:) the firwall it's strong,it has a parental control:cool: still i love Malware Defender more than this one:D MD is more configurable:)
     
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    i set the network application in safe mode which is the highest:D and block alot of stuff even my windows media player was block:argh:
     
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    Is this freeware or a trial version? Anybody know?
     
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    it is 65 days trial:D
     
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    It's a combined FW with AppGuard type of program combined with Spyberus functionality

    From the description it allows existing programs, deny drive by's and infections like Appguard, tracks all regsitry and file changes of newly installed programs like Spyberus, has an uninstall like spyberus.

    Have not tested it, but big question is:
    - does it saves old values of registry and overwritten data/program files?

    When it does have this virtualisation, then it is a nice approach.:thumb: It simply has an undo function (like steady state, only smartly implemented)

    I am going to play with the free uninstaller. You have to run the uninstaller, install a new program. When you don't like, run the uninstaller script by selectively disarming the changes made [; as left most character of the install track]. It does not seem to be a noob program, but an hobby-ist/expert program.

    It is payware.

    Regards Kees
     
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    Thanks for the answers.
     
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    Mhh, got an ntfssys error, had to fall back to a saved image, be carefull. Spyberus also was buggy as hell, after 1.5 years they managed a stable version. Idea is great, seems that real world application in different uncontrolled (with disturbing dll footprints of other programs) settings is a bit more difficult.
     
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    is freeware
     
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