BullGuard 7.0 beta 2

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  1. Sjoeii

    Sjoeii Registered Member

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    BullGuard 7.0 beta 2 is in progress
    I have to say it is great. It is very low on resources, even lower than NOD32!!! But it has more.
    AntiVirus
    AntiSpyware
    Antspam
    Firewall
    Backup

    I have to say i was impressed. I'm a huge Kaspersky fan. But with an antivirus of Bitdefender , a firewall from Outpost they made a huge step to the most common AV.

    Keep you posted
     
  2. Legendkiller

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    thats great sjoeii,but dude plzzz post a couple of screenshots and if we can download the beta.
    but do post screenshots..
     
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    I wanna see it, I wanna try it... Arghhhhhh :D *puppy* :ninja: :mad: :cool: :D
     
  4. Sjoeii

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    How do I do that?
     
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    screenshots
     
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  7. Legendkiller

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    yup,sjoeii,do it the way given in the thread posted by ronjor
     
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    Hope this works
     

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    And another one.
     

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    and another
     

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    wonderful work sjoeii!
    thanks for the screenshots.
     
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    VERY BIG THANKS Sjoeii :) This really looks good! Especially the mem usage. Will they make a public beta for more than 2000 users or..? o_O

    Really looking forward for this suite and NIS 2007 :thumb:
     
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    Right now it is a closed beta group. The application will be released I think somewhere Oktobre.
    There is still beta 3 on the way.
     
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    Looks good so far. From what I see, BullGuard seems to be using BitDefender engine for spyware detection, which is a good thing. However, they could have done the same for BullGuard 6.x users, as all it required to enable spyware scan was some additional databases and one extra scanning module.
     
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    I like very much Bull Guard's interface. :)
    And I would choose it instead of Bit Defender as long as they use the same engine. :)
     
  16. lodore

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    looks nice but i still preder the antivir interface. but i likle the fact its now using bitdefender engine so the detection rates should be great.
     
  17. Technodrome

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    Sjoeii,
    Would you mind to post the screen shot of BullGuard's Virtual Memory usage? ;)


    tD
     
  18. Sjoeii

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    Maybe strange question but where can I find this?
     
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    When you open Windows Task Manager , hit view tab then hit Select Coulums and check Virtual Memory Size.


    tD
     
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    Here you are
     

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    Thanks,

    It doesn't look its light after all...:)



    tD
     
  23. lodore

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    so most av's now have only 2 processes. but f-secure beta still has like 10 which is to many.
     
  24. Littlemutt

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    While not related to the Beta test, I downloaded Bullguard 6.1 today. I have seen some conflicting information about the package. I read where the package has 'cookie blocking' but I can't seen to locate the controls.

    I have set the firewall to 'advanced' but still see nothing about cookies. I am beginning to suspect it was in an older release and is no longer part of the latest package. Can someone shed some light on this please?
     
  25. Legendkiller

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    mcafee has similar numbers..lol
     
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