Has anyone heard of SnoopFree Privacy Shield??

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by cheater87, Sep 21, 2007.

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  1. cheater87

    cheater87 Registered Member

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    I heard it is a great free anti key logger program. Has anyone here used ito_O How is ito_O
     
  2. Mrkvonic

    Mrkvonic Linux Systems Expert

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    Hello,
    It's nice.
    It loads firsts, runs fast and can block both keyboard and screen hooks.
    All in all, it can be useful.
    Mrk
     
  3. crash79`

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    I tried it and it picked up a potential keybord snooper contained in the First defence ISR driver.
    I don't if this could pose a threat or a false positive.
    John
     
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    Hi, folks: a standing still app, no more development in the wind ?
     
  5. WSFuser

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    crash - It could be FD-ISR waiting for some hotkey combination.

    Last I tried SnoopFree there were quite a few programs that it caught. I trusted the programs so I allowed it.
     
  6. LoneWolf

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    Had it for a while on my system.
    Worked fine for me, only alerts I got was from legit programs and I just allowed it.
    Not being developed anymore thou, shame I was hopeing for a new version.
    I'M using GeSWall and PRSC for keyloggers now which seems like a strong combo. Untill at least something better comes along. :D
     
  7. Huwge

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    Working fine here for the last year or so on XP
     
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    I tried it before and it ran well.
    Seems like the uninstall left more traces than I expected.Nothing major though.
     
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    WSFuser.
    Thanks.
    I now feel that there is nothing to worry about.
    John
     
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    Works fine here. It took a few versions before i could really make claim of it as a mainstay, but now it's stable for my XP units, i install it to every one of them and my neighbors plus clients. For a simple small driver it does enough. Couple it along with a decent HIPS or even a resident "guard" AV/AS and your reasonably protected from most of them.
     
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