Deep Freeze 7 (New version)

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  1. AvinashR

    AvinashR Registered Member

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    Deep Freeze Enterprise 7.0.220.3172

    Deep Freeze instantly protects and preserves baseline computer configurations. No matter what changes a user makes to a workstation, simply restart to eradicate all changes and reset the computer to its original state - right down to the last byte. Expensive computer assets are kept running at 100% capacity and technical support time is reduced or eliminated completely. The result is consistent trouble-free computing on a truly protected and parallel network, completely free of harmful viruses and unwanted programs. While Deep Freeze provides bulletproof protection, its non-restrictive approach also improves user productivity and satisfaction. Placing no restrictions on a user's ability to access all system resources, users avoid the frustration of downtime due to software conflicts, operating system corruption, virus attacks, and many other problems. Users are always assured of computers that are consistently operable and available.

    Deep Freeze is the only solution that effectively balances workstation security with user productivity. By mapping user and application data to a Thawed (unprotected) partition or drive, users are able to store their documents, pictures, music, etc., while still enjoying the total system consistency that Deep Freeze offers.
    Deep Freeze offers flexible scheduling options that enable IT administrators to easily create automated update and maintenance periods. Schedule Deep Freeze to allow system and virus definition updates to occur from predefined times—either with the Deep Freeze Enterprise Console or using your preferred third-party desktop management solution.
    The Deep Freeze Enterprise Console allows administrators to install, control, and manage Deep Freeze workstations from a single remote location, and hundreds or thousands of workstations can be protected across a distributed LAN, WAN or over the Internet.

    Deep Freeze’s reboot-to-restore concept significantly lowers Total Cost of Ownership for technology assets because of a vast reduction in time and cost spent maintaining and rebuilding machines. Deep Freeze workstations can be easily controlled and configured via the GUI Enterprise Console, and require no maintenance or definition file updates.


    Homepage:- http://www.deepfreeze.com
     
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    The only new "feature" they are listing for Version 7.0:

    Enhanced security.
     
  4. Dark Star 72

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    Compatibility with the upcoming Faronics AV is a major enhancement in v7, it will enable the AV to update and keep its updates over a reboot.
     
  5. loli22

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    is there an exclusion list like shadow defender ?
     
  6. Noob

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    Never seen Faronics AV in any test :rolleyes:
     
  7. jmonge

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    it's a new technologgy:)
     
  8. jmonge

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    is this program same or similar as shadow defender?
     
  9. Lebowsky

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    this program is great, hope this one can stop the stop.exe rootkit version, that the previous version couldnt stop. thats the real test.
     
  10. Buster_BSA

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    Where to get stop.exe to verify if it can stop it or not?
     
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    I'm not in a position to test this but maybe it was this : MD5 : 909dbccae52a7759e72b5301e0cbaaf0 hth

    If not plz correct that as I'd like to look at it in the future.
     
  13. Buster_BSA

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    I have the stop.exe and stop2.exe tests they are not real malware only POC's

    I can't see how these can be tested against Deepfreeze because all they do from memory is lock up and freeze your OS forcing you to restart causing no Permanent damage.

    But if any one wants them send me a pm.
     
  15. Buster_BSA

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    Then I´ld say Lebowsky was wrong about a stop.exe able to bypass Deep Freeze. Such a thing (with that file name) doesn´t exist.
     
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  17. Lebowsky

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    bypass in potential i think stop2.exe established, stop.exe was an incorrect recollection. One things for sure, DF probably is not impenetrable even with full protection on.
     
  18. Buster_BSA

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    Lebowsky: Could you explain what´s full protection on Deep Freeze and what´s half protection or whaterver you call it?
     
  19. Lebowsky

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    Well there is 1 hope left, if someone can test if Deep Freeze can be bypassed while using the MBRguard application:
    http://www.blueridgenetworks.com/support/mbguard/mbguard.php
     
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