Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by cheater87, Sep 21, 2007.
I heard it is a great free anti key logger program. Has anyone here used it How is it
It loads firsts, runs fast and can block both keyboard and screen hooks.
All in all, it can be useful.
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.
Hi, folks: a standing still app, no more development in the wind ?
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.
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.
Working fine here for the last year or so on XP
I tried it before and it ran well.
Seems like the uninstall left more traces than I expected.Nothing major though.
I now feel that there is nothing to worry about.
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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