can anyone tell me some security softwares for 64bit?

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  1. taleblou

    taleblou Registered Member

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    Hi:
    I have the 64bit win 7 now and am very limited on pure 64bit security softwares that are designed for 64bit systems that can truly give me protection. Right now I have only CIS 64bit installed and need other security softwares similar to spyshelter, zamana, etc. that protect from keyloggers, screen capture, etc., that have pure 64bit version available and NOT THOSE X64 compatible 32bit softwares. Also any anti-malware and antispyware/adware with active defense shield or proactive that are 64bit designed. Thanks in advance for your answers and help.
     
  2. TheKid7

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    In my opinion, you need a "containment" security software for sure. I use and recommend Sandboxie. Two more examples of "containment" softwares are ShadowDefender and Returnil. Sandboxie, ShadowDefender and Returnil "officially" support Windows 7 64 bit.
     
  3. Syobon

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    Comodo for x64 is a bad example of 64 bit security software, they have several security mechanism disabled in this version and are not telling the end user, search their forum you will read a lot about malware bypassing the x64 bit version... I like Spyshelter x64, the closest x64 of "real" HIPS.
     
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    kav antivirus has proactive defense again stuff like that can hide invisibly,with it you can block those types of malware in real time
     
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    Prevx is always great to add to any security setup. Prevx is good at detecting keyloggers. Prevx should run good with CIS :)
     
  6. taleblou

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    Hi:
    So CIS 64bit has disabled security? are those in the fireweall, hips or antivirus that are disabled?

    What about emsisoft antimalware? does it have any flawed for 64bit?
     
  7. cheater87

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    Sandboxie 64 is good if you know what rules to give it.
     
  8. lordraiden

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    If you already have Comodo IS the best partner is SafeOnline Free
    http://www.prevx.com/safebook.asp

    The things that Comodo does not do because of the x64 limitations Spyshelter or any other software either it's a limitation of PachGuard, this is why excellent software like DefenseWall does not have x64 version. Per example Spyshelter in the x64 version 2 of the 9 modules are disable, the antinetworkSpy and the antikernelmodelogger.
    And Spyshelter I think is not the best example of a complete HIPS, Comodo D+ x64, Online armor x64, OSSS, PFW... have more complete HIPS.
    With all this I'm not saying that an HIPS is better than other I just want to clarify the limitations of the HIPS software on x64 machines.

    The limitations are only related with the x64 version are in the HIPS component, but are the same limitations that you can find in any other HIPS.
    With all this I'm not saying that an HIPS is better than other I just want to clarify the limitations of the HIPS software on x64 machines.
     
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    Emsisoft Anti-Malware is 100% x64 compatible since the v5.0 release.

    Including all protection elements like file guard, behavior blocker and surf protection.
     
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    Just out of curiosity, what would those 64-bit Sandboxie rules be exactly?

    Thanks!
     
  11. cheater87

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    Same as 32 bit allow ONLY what you want to have internet/running privileges.
     
  12. shadek

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    Sandboxie's no good for x64. I think Comodos' sandboxing technology is a lot better on x64 systems.
     
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  13. blasev

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    Comodo and sandboxie is a good choice but personally I think shadow defender is da best ;)
     
  14. justenough

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    It has taken me a while to find a combination of security software that will work without problems on my 7 x64 system. For the way I use the computer, Sandboxie and WinPatrol work well together, with on-demand scans using Hitman Pro and MBAM Pro, and a tested system image in case of problems. I will probably try SpyShelter or some other program to watch for keylogging.
     
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  15. the dummy

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    On my 7 64 im running MSE, Sandboxie 64, and Returnil. I dont even pick up a tracking cookie. SAS, Malwarebytes, Mse pick up nothing.
     
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