Greatis Software Updates

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  1. G1111

    G1111 Registered Member

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    Received below E-Mail from Greatis software and posting for anyone interested.

    Greatis Software released major update of RegRun Security Suite 6.7 and UnHackMe 5.7!
    New! RegRun Warrior!
    Removing rootkits is best done from the outside!
    http://www.greatis.com/warrior

    Special offer!
    Upgrade to RegRun Platinum from RegRun Standard/Pro/UnHackMe:
    Only 19.95 USD! (Regular price is 69.95 USD)
    License is lifetime.
    Offer is valid until January 7 2010:
    http://www.greatis.com/discount

    New version is free for registered users.
    http://www.regrun.com
    http://www.unhackme.com
    Install new version over previous without uninstalling.

    Educational Discounts:
    http://www.greatis.com/security/buyedu.htm

    What's new? Download?
    http://www.greatis.com/security/download.htm
     
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    the unhack me software is still strong i guez;)
     
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    Used to run it in real time then ran it as an on-demand scanner. It ran very fast scans. Didn't reload it on the new computer though. May try it again sometime. I think it was a lifetime license.
     
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    does it have like a hips engine?i remember the unhack me scaner very cool scaner;)
     
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    I don't think I would classify it as a HIPS. It was an anti-rootkit. You could enable upfront protection, but from what I recall it would only block rootkits (not worms, viruses, rogues, etc.) and was not stand alone, but to enhance your AV by adding extra rootkit protection.
     
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    cool program;) now did any body test it with malware?it looks nice program:cool:
     
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