Hello everybody, I would like to offer my new DefenseWall HIPS program for beta-testing purposes. A registration period for 100 years is guaranteed to all active testers. DefenseWall is a full-functional software sandbox for the trojan/adware/spyware protection and works with Windows 2000/XP operating systems. The program idea is easy and simple. All applications are divided into trusted ones and untrusted ones. Everything is allowed for the trusted applications, but there are many restrictions for the untrusted ones. The restrictions are as follows: modification of the file system sensitive folders (ex., My Documents, Windows, Program Files), registry keys (ex., autorun, browser and system application settings, etc.), and entire system (installation/changing/deleting of the drivers and services, protection of the \\Device\\PhysicalMemory, setting of the global window hooks (against so-called keyloggers), etc.). DefenseWall HIPS protects trusted applications from being modified by untrusted ones. All the processes launched by untrusted appications are also untrusted. In case of dangerous behavior the untrusted application gets blocked by the DefenseWall HIPS and the program notifies the user about that by a red icon in the system tray. The main feature of the DefenseWall HIPS is the "Close all untrusted applications" button. If you feel that the system behavior is strange or there are some unknown processes in the Task Manager - just push this button and all the untrusted applications with trojans/advare/spyware inside will be instantly closed. And, because it is impossible for the untrusted applications to modify autorun settings, they will never be run any more. Later you may clean them up during the planned antivirus scan. The program is very light-weight, uses minimum CPU resources, shows no popup windows: everything is easy and simple. The program itself is a full-functional 30-days beta. http://www.softsphere.com/cgi-bin/redirect.pl?Name=DEFENSEWALL There is no help file by now. Also there is no registration functionality so far.