Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by aigle, Oct 22, 2009.
They don,t seem to answer any posts on their forums any more.
I hope so. Actually there are posts but no replies.
Aigle, about 2 weeks ago I requested the link for my license be sent to me. David, last name being omitted, sent it to me. Everytime I have contacted them, David responded very quickly. This last time I did ask about 64 bit and he did not answer but just to send my license link.
Dead? I honestly dont know. I know the latest version causes BSOD for me and I cant use it. I think they work at their leisure but I also think they have not abandoned making or improving Geswall either. I just dont think it is their mainstay in their lives.
What happened to Brian Walche? Does he no longer provide email support? I last exchanged emails with him on a GeSWall support issue in mid-August. He has helped me with anything and everything I've needed for as long as I've owned a license.
if they are not making too much post this is mean that DW is doing ok with out much problems
geswall born dead
Their forum is dead as a Dodo. Asked a question and 1 year later there were tumbleweeds rolling all over my unanswered post.
Never found out why Punkbuster doesn't work with Geswall
Punk buster needs internet access. It monitors game processes (needs to run as admin), it also sends screen shots to the server and discloses your IP address when you use hacks (when server admins check your screenm shots and send them to the game manufacturer).
Not an easy program to control with any policy management program.
Your right on the mark with that. Definitely not an easy program to secure. Unfortunatly it's needed in one of my favorite alltime games, (BF2)
Sorry to quote off-topic but I really hope GeSWall picks back up again, it truly is a great program.
I dont think they are dead. Didn't they just come out with a new build only a couple months ago?
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