CoDefender Anti-keylogging

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  1. CloneRanger

    CloneRanger Registered Member

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    http://www.encassa.com/default.aspx

    http://www.encassa.com/aboutus/default.aspx
    http://www.encassa.com/downloads/codefender/features.aspx

    http://www.encassa.com/downloads/codefender/antikeylogging.aspx

    Couldn't find any info on here using search ? Any members tried/tested it, or have any knowledge of it/them ?
     
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    kinda like keyscrambler? or maybe i just read it wrong.:doubt:
     
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    Oh Boy!!! A 2008 version yet. Writing a check out now.
     
  5. CloneRanger

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    That's what i saw too. But it appears it's more than just a keyscrambler :thumb:

    http://www.encassa.com/downloads/default.aspx

    Yeah not 2010, but not 2008. You would think they would update the logo ;)

    Let us know how it goes :D
     
  6. MikeNash

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    Personally, I wouldn't touch it - not for technical reasons, but because one of the guys involved.

    Some time ago, the Australian representative of a major AV company suggested that he could convince his employer to invest substantial funds, or licence my product as a "white label" solution from us. Possibly a very good thing for me.

    Of course, this was interesting, so I had a coffee with him, and it all looked good. There was just one catch, which came right at the end of the meeting. For sure, he'd be willing to do a very large deal with us, but before he started we had to licence Encassa (in which he had an interest) so that when his employer looked at us, he'd get dragged along for the ride.

    I wasn't interested in the Encassa tech; If I thought it was needed I've have written it - and didn't want to be 'forced' to add it as part of a larger deal. I told him to go away, perhaps a little impolitely - my views on adding unwanted add-ons with little benefit into applications are already well known.

    Never heard from them again until they spammed my forum.


    Mike
     
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    Mike Nash:D are you the developer of Online Armor?:)
     
  8. CloneRanger

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    Hi Mike.

    Very interesting !

    I havn't tested it, so i can't comment if it does what it says, it might be ok ?

    Wonder what that was :D At least the coffee didn't cost you too much, unless he was buying.

    Maybe he just saw an oppourtunity, but picked the wrong guy !

    Tried to do a search there for it, but no luck :(
     
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    Not any more :) You'd be looking for Christian :)
     
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    I can't recall who bought the coffee. I hope it wasn't me :) Yes, it might well be a good product, I just don't give people chances when they play games like that.

    The spam was gone from our forum within moments of noticing it, and a Whisky Tango Foxtrot email was sent to them seconds later.
     
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    @MikeNash

    That's good one :D Have to remember that :D

    Roger that 10-4 Over and Out ;)
     
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    MikeNash thanks:) cristian from a square?
     
  13. MikeNash

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    Yep, that's right. As of 1st July they are the new owner of Online Armor.
     
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    ok i see:D are you going to develop another program?you are doing a good job at it:thumb: :thumb:
     
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    Yep, we're here now: www.tallemu.com.au - the main product is a CRM solution.
     
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    cool mike:D :thumb:
     
  17. jmonge

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    what is exactly CRM?
     
  18. MikeNash

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    This is probably moving offtopic for Wilders. I'll PM you shortly.
     
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    sorry mike:D and sorry wilders:D
     
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