DefenseWall againts/worm/adware:):)

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by jmonge, Mar 14, 2009.

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  1. jmonge

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  3. jmonge

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    i am better than any scaner "i'll find it":) by the way good job:)
     
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    I wondered if that was you Creer when i noticed the same avatar :)
     
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    Thanks dude :D
     
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    There is only one avatar like mine :D
     
  7. Franklin

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    Blimey, all those warnings just to install a simple rogue app?

    Right click installer - Run Sandboxed.

    After checking it out, right click Sandboxies tray icon - Delete Contents - ta da see ya later.

    MSAS2009.jpg
     
  8. LoneWolf

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    Sandboxed is the only way I will deliberately check out dangerous apps/sites like this but not without the rest of my security arsenal.
    I may take risks, but i'm not going in without being heavily armed.
    Nice video Creer.
     
  9. jmonge

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    is that a cup of coffee in your avatar?:D
     
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    agree take a look at my signiture:D
     
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    Well much more pop-ups gives OA - classical HIPS but... i like it :)

    Thank you guys for the kind words :)
     
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    I hope no one will feel I'm being disrespectful by posting by doubt here. But, since it is about DefenseWall HIPS, I don't think I should open a new thread for the effect. Hope you guys and girls don't mind.

    So, I'm going to deploy a security to a relative of mine, with little knowledge about computer security. I'll be deploying something easy to work with, yet without sacrificing security.

    I'm really interested in deploying DefenseWall HIPS. I installed the last 2.52 version in a virtual machine, just to see how it looks like, how it behaves... Well, the whole deal.
    But, everytime I reboot the system, the initial nag screen asking to enter the code, etc. appears.
    For what I could see, there's no way to take it out? Or am I missing some setting?

    It's sort of annoying to have to always see the nag screen every time the system is booted/rebooted.


    Thanks
     
  13. Ilya Rabinovich

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    You missed the "Try" button.
     
  14. m00nbl00d

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    Hello Ilya,

    I did press the try button the first time it got installed, but, the nag screen always appears.


    Regards
     
  15. LoneWolf

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    If memory serves me, you will always get this on reboot with the trial.
    Once a lic is entered into DW the nagging will stop.
     
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    i agree with m00nbl00d , its very annoying this nag screen popup every time pc start , if it can be removed and remind users to register by entering DW it will be much more better !

    cheers
     
  17. jmonge

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    the best thing to do to get rid of the nagscreen is to buy a couple of copies:D
     
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