Haute Secure

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by ooooo, Mar 28, 2008.

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  1. ooooo

    ooooo Registered Member

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    I read http://hautesecure.com/faq.aspx
    ...when malicious content attempts to load, behavior-based profiling algorithms identify and intercept it in real-time...

    You can test it and if you find it easy and goot i install it to my pc.
     
  2. LoneWolf

    LoneWolf Registered Member

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    So your looking for a guinea pig o_O
    Or are you still searching for a behavior blocker?
     
  3. ooooo

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    Yes
    I want no more LinkOptimizer or something bad.
     
  4. LoneWolf

    LoneWolf Registered Member

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    None of us do (except those here that test malware), thats why most of us are here.
    But what works on my system might not work well on yours and vis versa.
    If you have not already seen this LIST of behavior blockers and other similar security software I would check it out.
    I would also suggest to you before you start installing and uninstalling a bunch of different security apps, make sure you have a good back up plan cause not all apps will play well on your system and can be hell to fix if something should go wrong.

    Another thread to check is HERE.
    So you can see what others here use.
     
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  5. jrmhng

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    Well has anyone tried this and can vouch for it?
     
  6. Dieselman

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    I tried this awhile back. Very annoying. I had to type in a key word to allow a program. Then I had to type in a key word just to shut it down. Used it for 5 minutes then dumped it.
     
  7. SecOmnius

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    More or less the same impression.
    I tried the last Beta. I didn't like it. :mad:
     
  8. quark59

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    Very good app! I'm currently learning to use some additional setting for non-browser protection. The browser protection is pretty much automatic and requires no user input. As with everything, there are exceptions (ex. browser add-on automatic update issues). All in all, I find this as an exceptional good app that offers excellent protection while surfing and is a additional layer in anyone's security setup.:D
    Allen
     
  9. EricEgan

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    I tried it on my xp pro machine with Antivir and CPF3 and it slowed my system considerably. I love the idea but will wait for a newer version that doesn't slow my computer down...
     
  10. Kees1958

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    Hi,

    On vista64 it runs like a breeze. You should only set the global restrictions when you know wat they do, otherwise use the program specific templates (like quark59 advices).

    The threshold the guys created to accept a rule is indeed very irritating (entering a number), on that I agree totally. The beta also has to improve in user skill level categorisation to improve the usability. This to protect new users from using options which are intended for the power user.

    To me saying Hauts Secure is a noisy pop-up application is the same as asking for a law in the US to forbid selling scissors because kids hurt themselves with it (which is true but not likely when looked after).
     
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