Info about the free versions is a bit difficult to interpretate. I checked the basic process control of SSM free, and showed what it included in ProSecurity options. SSM calls some things basic, but when you try the registry monitor of th efree version you are able to add new reg-entries to protect. Looking at the free comparison SSM free beats ProSecurity free on almost every feature, except basic fire wall functionality. Still ProSecurity offers the free version as a cut down paid version (so the free version is up to date), while the SSM free version is a very old version. My question: when looking at the feautures SSM-free wins, when looking at the actuality ProSecurity free wins. Any ideas on how weight actuality versus features, opinions any one?