DefenseWall discount?

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by The Seeker, Jun 17, 2011.

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  1. The Seeker

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    Just a quick thread to know if anyone is aware of an available DefenseWall discount? Wanting to purchase.
     
  2. Ilya Rabinovich

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    Yes, I'm aware. Currently- no discounts, but if you need one, I can manage it.
     
  3. The Seeker

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    That would be fantastic! I've sent you a PM :)
     
  4. jmonge

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    good choice man:thumb: i want to see a 64 bit version:D
     
  5. cm1971

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    +1 I got in on the Softpedia sale this past Christmas when it was 60% off and it has become one of my favorite security apps. :thumb:
     
  6. The Seeker

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    Looking forward to buying it. I think I may turn off AppLocker once it's installed and remove WinPatrol PLUS.
     
  7. jmonge

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    with defenesewall you are cover;)
     
  8. cm1971

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    DefenseWall is hardcore. :thumb:
     
  9. jmonge

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    agree and as soon there is a 64 bit version i will dump all other software and just run Defensewall alone;) :thumb:
     
  10. Boost

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    :argh:

    Defensewall - one of the best period. Back when I ran it,I used nothing else,never a regret or issue :cool:.
     
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    Agree. And the developer, not only is one smart guy, he is always watching like an eagle. ;) :thumb:
     
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    You won't go wrong, great protection.
     
  15. The Seeker

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    Thanks to Ilya's generosity, I am now the proud owner of DefenseWall. What a fantastic program it is!
     
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    :thumb::thumb:
     
  17. moontan

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    you can't go wrong with Defensewall.

    it is one of the few "holy" app here at Wilders and for good reasons. :thumb:
     
  18. EboO

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    Same as you :)
     
  19. Saraceno

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    If you're tempted to play around with the advanced features, rest assured, you don't need to.

    As long as you go through all the apps you think should run as 'untrusted', right-click on them and add them to the list (most of them should already be in the built-in list), that's all you need to do.

    Run an on-demand scan from time to time (not that any files it finds can do anything), and that's it.
     
  20. The Seeker

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    I've noticed that everything just works out of the box - it's awesome.

    Naturally, I've had a look through the advanced settings but found that everything was spot on. The only change I've made is to add a 'Download Area'. The DefenseWall help file has been most helpful too. I couldn't be happier with my purchase. Highly recommended!
     
  21. Nekromantik

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    everything I heard and know about this application is good.
    Its a shame I cant use it atm as Im on x64.

    Once its out I will use this and Panda Cloud on my Laptop.
    :)
     
  22. sweater

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    Ilya is also generous, he has giveaways as prizes in the past. ;)

    Aside from it simplicity and system protection that it gives to pc, another things I'd like on this program is the Secured Files protection that you can put any folder you want...untrusted programs couldn't touch what's put into this area. Also the simple firewall "control"...that you can add any files or programs you've suspected to have trojans or that you don't like it to connect outside and choose a pre-made rule to Deny for untrusted and trusted rule.

    So cool. :cool:
     
  23. The Seeker

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    Whilst I loved the idea behind DefenseWall, I found that it slowed certain programs just a little too much for my liking (mainly browser and media apps).

    The one thing I could not fault was Ilya's support - top notch in every regard. Anyone interested in DefenseWall should definitely try it out; any questions to Ilya will be answered in double time.
     
  24. PC__Gamer

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    me too,

    i await the day. :)
     
  25. shadek

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    Meanwhile, use OA. It's just as good but works for x64.
     
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