AppGuard 4.x 32/64 Bit - Releases

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by Jryder54, Oct 29, 2013.

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  1. Duotone

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    The price is too much and that's for one PC...
     
  2. Peter2150

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    What other SRP solutionso_O
     
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  4. Peter2150

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    Well for me Appguard is well worth it.
     
  5. guest

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    it will be blocked.
    there is no reason to put it on guarded apps. If it is installed , mean you allowed it, so why guarding it.
    SRP is all about blocking everything not allowed.

    you guard only apps/processes that faces internet or may be vulnerable to malicious modifications.
     
  6. guest

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    There will be no more support/advices/help about Appguard on Wilders from any of Appguard's official representatives.

    Anyone who needs support should send their support request via the official support page on the AppGuard.us webpage.

    Thank you.
     
  7. guest

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    this is indeed one of the many reasons.

    Note that AG main market was always focused on enterprises first.
     
  8. Circuit

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    +1
     
  9. paulderdash

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    Pity. I used to appreciate @Lockdown's posts here. I see he is still posting on MT, but presumably not AG support related. Hope he still posts here with general comment.
    I am aware of that, but still seems pricey for a consumer option. I guess I will just have to accept it though, when 4.4.6.1 is no longer workable.
     
  10. blacknight

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    I see 52, 85. It's too much ! Too much for a program that it's very good, sure, but it's not a complete security suite.
     
  11. Peter2150

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    Curious what more you think it needs. It's stops all the malware I've thrown at it.
     
  12. askmark

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    For a single, albeit extremely effective security layer, it is IMO too much. This pricing increase looks like a way to discourage home use so they can concentrate soley on the Enterprise.
     
  13. blacknight

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    I believe in multi layer defense. But the point is that however effective is, AppGuard don't offer all the features of a security suite. My criticism was on the economic respect.
     
  14. blacknight

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    I think the same.
     
  15. imdb

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    would be justifiable had it been for 3 yrs, don't you think?
     
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  17. FleischmannTV

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    Safe the money, you don't need this software anyway.
     
  18. guest

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    He will post as usual at MT.
    support costs compared to numbers of sales, and you know why the price.
     
  19. guest

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    with win10, basic home users dont need any security softs anyway.
     
  20. paulderdash

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    I know this actually. With my habits, and common sense, I never really encounter any real malware.
    All I need really, in case anything goes wrong, is my image backup program ;).
    But it is kinda fun playing with some security softs.
     
  21. guest

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    indeed it is very fun. :)
     
  22. mood

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    Yeah, and with the coming Fall Creator's Update they get even more protection :)
     
  23. constantine76

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    Great explanation there! Thanks I am learning a lot from you guys! Cheers!
     
  24. guest

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    If some of you need help and advices on Appguard, you will find them on Malwaretips.com,
    i will keep an eye here for those asking, but i wont reply as often and swiftly as before.

    Thx for your understanding.
     
  25. Mr.X

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    I understand. Too much I'd say.
    Now I'm visiting MT very often. I'd say many times a day from now on.
     
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