Bart's PE for Roving License?

Discussion in 'Trojan Defence Suite' started by cquirke, Jul 2, 2005.

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  1. cquirke

    cquirke Registered Member

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    It's not worth paying double for a roving license if the tool can't be used formally, i.e. without running the infected OS. I'd only consider paying a premium for roving use if the tool had proper support for Bart's; if I have to fiddle around creating that value myself, then IMO the tool vendor has not earned the premium.

    Not all roving techs earn a fortune, y'know :p
     
  2. tuatara

    tuatara Registered Member

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    A lot of Anti Malware vendors , understand the need for
    a bootable medium with their Anti Malware prog on it.

    That's why a LOTof the AV vendors provide a bootable medium
    for this situations.

    i think that every respected Anti Malware prog,
    must be able to run from a/it's bootable media.
    Especially for System administrators , pc repair, etc.
    Of course with a license for this purpose (roving).

    But don't worry, the will within 2 years, i am sure.

    ;)

    BTW.

    Some of the AM that run from bootable media are:
    NOD32 (BARTPE)
    A2 free (BARTPE)
    AD-aware (BARTPE)
    G-Data (it's own cdrom)
    Bitdefender (it's own cdrom)
    Etc. etc.
     
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