Has anyone tried Online Solutions lately?

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  1. Cutting_Edgetech

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    If you know any bugs (read somewhere), please report to us. We cannot say about our software 'it is buggy', users of our software can't say this too. ;)

    If you afraid something, you can try it on VM.
    Use OSSS v1.6 Beta, not OSSS v1.5 Release. It is really better.
     
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    I tried it some time back on a few VM's and it was pretty impressive. OSSS gives you very detailed control over every aspect of your computer. Ton's of pop ups at first but after it learns your system, it doesn't bother you near as bad as the early betas did. My impression was that this program was designed for the technically advanced; not as much for your home user. If I didn't share my main computer with kids and a very non-technical wife, I could use this program without the help of any other program (AV, Sandbox, Virtualisation). I think it is powerful and comprehensive enough that a power user+ would not need any other security program. However, it is very much like a classical HIPS which has not really caught on with mainstream users.
     
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    i also try it when it first came out and i was impresssed ;)
     
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    still no x64 version, it was really interesting when I tested it, but many free software can do the same in x86, if they bring it to x64 I may try again.
     
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    ahh spoke like a politician.. If you were that impresssed J why did you not include it in ur setup do let us know..:argh:
     
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    i dont have it in my current set up as i lost my licence and it's not free:D
     
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    did u not contact their support about the key issue..?:eek:
     
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    yes i did but i was ignoredo_O
     
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    ah for real.. wow thats bad if they ignore their paid customers:'(
     
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    :thumb: :thumb: actually the licence was given to me by developer as i was beta and malware testing his program;) by the way the results were :thumb: :thumb: outstanding
     
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    ah good to know:thumb:
     
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    i tried and seem powerful
    i would like to know if there is a free firewall version
     
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    it is strong indeed as it has an early start up feature which allos it to start with windows or even before windows loads;)
     
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