Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by Fly, Mar 28, 2018.
Per google warning and URL.
Also it was only ever for 32bit
Superb protection for a 32bit machine,
Obsolete and abandonned Apps, its dev works for Avast now, if my memory is good. Move on...
@Peter2150 , @guest ,
Ok thanks. It's just that someone recommended that product ...
Stay away. There are plenty of modern alternatives.
Back in it's day, Defencewall was an excellent choice.
Defensewall was a very good solution in its age, I was a fan of the concept.
Nowdays I consider Comodo Firewall 10 with Cruelsister settings a spiritual successor to Defensewall Personal Firewall ...
DefenseWall...Lots of Memories...
Despite I was a supern00b (still I am lol) about security topics and programs, I had plenty of fun translating its interface to Spanish.
Yes! I still have a lifetime license.
Same here. Mine was 100-year license for being a beta tester. Checked their forum and there have been no new posts in almost three years. I recall Ilya would not try to make for a 64 bit version of DefenseWall because of Microsoft's Patchguard.
Programs like DefenseWall and ProcessGuard were ahead of their time but only appealed to Internet security enthusiasts like us.
I sure remember those days
from google translate
lot of "kysq" links to several suspicious sites.
the links contain redirects, those are not the final target. (my redirect remover is showing it)
I'll ask: what are modern, equivalent alternatives ?
any HIPS using restriction-based sandbox. Comodo is the closest.
So, I do have.
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