crispo internet security

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by simisg, Dec 23, 2009.

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  1. simisg

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  2. firzen771

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    haha another CIS out there now :D
     
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    Anyone going to test it with some malware?
     
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    i dont even see anywhere if its Windows 7 ready
     
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    never see this one before:) is it legit?
     
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    Take a look at screenshot #5
     
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    just installed. doesnt offer any protection at all. when it says scan for malware it uses MS removal tool.
     
  9. firzen771

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    LOL well this is def a skip then
     
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    For once I thought:

    crisco.jpg
     
  11. jmonge

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    cool:D a software company and cooking oil company:D
     
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    Nice.
    Malware protection and you can also oil your hard drive.
     
  13. LoneWolf

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    yeah, appears to be one to stay away from.
    Lack of company info among other things.
    Hmmmm......... "over 690 downloads".........I'll pass.
     
  14. Edwin024

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    Looking at Google it comes out that the 'company' is based in Belgium... Anyone? ;)
     
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    No thanks;

    I'm going to be tied up for the rest of the year waiting for the updates for my Avira Personal install. :(
     
  16. nomarjr3

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    Typical responses from the Wilders community :rolleyes: :rolleyes:


    Those are the same responses for Comodo's AV... but now look how far they've come. :rolleyes:

    I say we give security programs like these a chance to prove themselves, as long as they're legit and do not engage in malware activities.

    It's a win/win situation.. more programs for us to choose from :D
     
  17. Edwin024

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    It is about legitimacy or not for this program! There's so little to be found and their website is so strange (linked with Google or something like that) that I really have no idea how true the program in fact is. I use CIS now for a while and I am glad that there is such a great program that keeps my system safe and is free. So that's not the problem. Comodo had from the start a good and transparent website. No comparison possible with this other CIS, also quite shady to name your program that way.
     
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    You guys have been around long enough to look at that and realize it's probably a first time project from a beginning programmer. That fact that it has an option to remove service pack backup files is indicative of someone trying to throw in every feature he can program into this POS. I'm surprised it doesn't have an option to adjust the IOPageLockLimit. :rolleyes:
     
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    Typical response because "if it looks like and quacks like a duck", meaning if it looks like utter crap, and doesn't hold up against testing, it's utter crap. The "webpage" looks like someone took 15 minutes today out of boredom and created it. The screenshots show incorrect spelling, it's very "90s" looking, and, from the options, it looks more like a system cleaner/tweaker than a security application. Btw, Comodo AV is now " a lot further than they were"? Funny, I thought they were still lackluster too, though I admittedly don't keep up with anything Comodo-related anymore.

    As one person said, the people here have stared at and tested so much of this stuff that crap programs stick out like a green hat with an orange bill. So if they say it isn't good, chances are pretty good it isn't.
     
  20. jmonge

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    hey dave this looks like a rouge program:D
     
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