Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by Arup, Dec 22, 2005.
For safer browsing.
My parents always told me to wear a condom, not sure if they meant econdom! Hey but it looks good, T
It sounds like Sandboxie to me, but it has a better name.
It's obvious to me, that this programmer puts software in hardware during the day and the other way round during the night.
The program only let me install it if I have IE as my default browser
I use Maxthon and don't need it...
Its for those who use IE only, as a matter of fact, makes it very safe to use it.
No it's not like sandboxies. It likes dropmyrights, it runs IE with limited previlages, Unlike Sandboxies it doesn't allow you to undo changes.
Thanks for correcting me and saving other member's e-life.
It´s a nice idea to come up with such a app but I´m already using DropMyRights which works with any app. You can also force apps to run in normal user mode with "Software restriction policies" of course.
Why not just use Fx?
Foxie Suite also integrates into IE to make it functions like Firefox. I tried to install and use when I install the Startup Mechanic 2.5. but not sure yet if this was really good. I was even confused if their firewall is really a firewall, it just says that it integrates to the present firewall to add more protection.
But, this eCondom sounds funny though... they're providing us some protections from aids and also so as we can't impregnate women in the wild? But how can we enjoy surfing if we're wearing a condom? (he, he, ...just joking)
Okay, I will try wearing it, I mean installing it...occasionally I still use IE surfing the net.
It have the best engine to view websites, but it is to buggy and are dependent of the extension developers to have the same features of other browsers...
I tried wearing it but it didn't fit... it ask me to use IE to be my default browser in w/c I can't coz my default browser is Firefox.
Maybe... this was just another Microsoft's satellite group out there trying to capture attention of non-IE users.
Next time, when you receive one of these enlargement emails, ask for shrinking pills.
LMAO good one albert