Ewido What is the difference between free & plus

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  1. dvk01

    dvk01 Global Moderator

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    Ewido What is the difference between free & plus versions

    I don't want or need autoupdate or realtime protection I just want to use it for scanning suspect malware samples as a back up to KAV & TDS
    I send any unknown samples to Ewido also so do I NEED to pay for the plus version or will the free version do as well
     
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    dvk01

    The pay version has the realtime guard. The free version doesn't.
    It's great to use as an on demand scanner.

    The on demand version is what I prefer to use.

    Samples address: submit@ewido.net
     
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    I have the plus. This shows the differences.
     

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    peter.ewido former ewido team

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    And soon some more like NTFS ADS-scanning, Heuristics etc. :)
     
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    Will that add streams to the disk?
     
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    peter.ewido former ewido team

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    No, why should it? ;) It just scans them...
     
  7. Optimist

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    Ewido is not KAV 5.0
    :rolleyes:
     
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    Actually, other programs besides KAV add tags to your alternate data streams.

    XP does in some cases on graphic files.

    Anyway, I need no tags! :)
     
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    Mr. Fish how about the ability to schedule scans? o_O
     
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    For the time being you can use this prog:

    What is VisualCron? [2004-07-18] VisualCron is windowsbased program that works like the integrated task scheduler but have more features and flexibility. VisualCron is based on the Unix/Linux version of cron. Above all, the interface of VisualCron is very easy to use. For a full list of features look here.

    http://www.visualcron.com/features.php

    Gerard
     
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    Gerardwill,this will enable me to set a scheduled scan with Ewido? Thank you.
     
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    mercurie A Friendly Creature

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    This is why I think free would make a super addition to BoClean. I'm one of those who worries about conflicts due to to much going on at the same time; doing the same thing.
    :)
     
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    That is my concern also.
     
  14. Infinity

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    I have tds-3,trojanhunter,adaware,gdata,nod32,teatimer,pg,pp,spyblocker,... ...

    and I don't have any conflicts whatso ever. even when I use my pacfile I do not encounter problems, in fact it is the best investment I made the last few months...
     
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    lol :D
     
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