Hazard Shield v2.2.0.231 BETA

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  1. thanatos_theos

    thanatos_theos Registered Member

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    Good to know that Orbitech is not dead. They now have their own forums.

    Hazard Shield v2.2.0.231 BETA

    Changelog:
    Automatic program updater is now working
    Improved stability of incremental database updates
    Removed debug message from database updater
    Fixed major bug in removing entries with incremental updates

    Download here. (direct)
     
  2. thanatos_theos

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    It seems another build was released.

    Hazard Shield v2.2.0.238 BETA

    Changelog:
    Improved false positive reporter
    Uninstaller now removes driver
    Fixed duplicate bug with database updater
    Fixed bug that could cause scheduled scans to freeze

    Download here. (direct)
     
  3. raven211

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    Hmm... I still got some memories of this one. Weak, but still there. :D Has anyone tested it before and what type of program is it/what is it capable to do? Is it free? Any HIPS/BB?
     
  4. jmonge

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    is this program free?
     
  5. Saraceno

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    jm, stay away, you already use/test too many programs!
     
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    LOL! :D
     
  7. jmonge

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    i enjoy testing antimalware scaners man:cool:
     
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    do you guys like my new signiture?:D
     
  9. Saraceno

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    Awesome. It would be a light setup, when opening files and browsing. Now keep it for at least one week, you will not be infected by any malicious files, I bet my life on it. ;)
     
  10. jmonge

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    buddy you are already dead then cause i just tested my set up and fails:D no pop ups nothing when i run a piece of malware:D
     
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  12. Brummelchen

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    Final version which was announced for mid/end february?
    # ok, after Setup (in sandboxie) Hzr told me that still Beta...
    ## ok, the beta aint really bugfree - the scan marked cfosspeed as trojan
    same for my tvguide "tvgenial" - not the executable - the data :eek: (and both in registry)
     
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    anyone use this? how is it?
     
  15. raven211

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    Nobody dares. :D I asked the same thing in more detail. :p
     
  16. Franklin

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    No go in an XP VM?

    HS.JPG

    Installed OK in a Vista VM.

    Realtime protection active and after a "full" stystem scan the fake alert and it's rogue below installed without a peep with no detections after a full system scan.

    Scan.JPG
     
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    Sorry for bumping old thread. I tried this app some time back. It is run by a group of students and have less time in developing stuffs. Not too much buggy at beta, but detection not good. Detected few pdf exploits, reported, solved.
    I am not going to try this untill ill start developing regularly again.
     
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