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  1. nikanthpromod

    nikanthpromod Registered Member

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    some HIPS programs:D

    Avorax shield - www.arovaxshield.com
    BufferZone - www.trustware.com
    GreenBorder - greenborder.com
    Virtual Sandbox - www.fortresgrand.com/products/vsb/vsb.htm
    VELite - www.secureol.com
    SandBoxie - www.sandboxie.com/
    RunSafe - www.runsafe.com/
    1-Defender - amustsoft.com/1-defender
    Privacyware Dynamic Security Agent - www.privacyware.com
    All-Seeing-Eyes - www.fortego.com/ase
    Ghost Security Suite - www.ghostsecurity.com
    Process guard - www.diamondcs.com.au/processguard
    System safety monitor - http://syssafety.com/
    winpooch - sourceforge.net/projects/winpooch
    winpatrol- www.winpatrol.com
    Safe'n'Sec - www.safensoft.com
    Cyberhawk - www.novatix.com/cyberhawk
    eeye - www.eeye.com/html/products/blink/personal/index.html
    Prevx - www.prevx.com
    Parador - www.e-securion.com
    SafeSystem - www.gemiscorp.com/english/main.html
    EQSecure - www.eqspywatch.com
    Defensewall HIPS - www.softsphere.com
    Threatfire - www.threatfire.com
    Mamutu - www.mamutu.com
    Real time Defender - www.rtdefender.com

    some of them are discontinued:doubt:
     
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    great list!
     
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    i like some programs i see in there:D very cool list thanks:)
     
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    Thanks for putting the list together. Some products like Ghost Security (AppDefend/RegDefend) have seen no development in over two years and offer no support.
     
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    and some of them are not hips:p
     
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    thanks:D

    yea threatfire is not HIPS, My fault Sorry:p
     
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    yes threatfire is a HIPS, its just not a Classical HIPS.
     
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    For me, only classical HIPS are " HIPS "; the others BB, Sandboxes, IDS... but not HIPS.
     
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    system safety monitor has been discontinued for a while. The link reroutes to a site hosting page... check your links ;)
     
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    i already wrote this
    "some of them are discontinued:doubt: "
     
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    Exactly...:rolleyes:
    Is the same thing to say dog=wolf.They're similar, but absolutely not the same thing imho...

    Anyway it depends on what we accept under the definition of "hips". I prefer to interpret it strictly...
     
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  13. Peter2150

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    What pray tell is the point of posting a list like this where many of them are discontinued.

    Do you really think there is any value in that?
     
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    I wrote many of them are discontinued ,not unavailableo_O . An interested person can get these HIPS from available sources.:)
    for example SSM , RTD . they are available from many sources.
     
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    and for xp they still work as advertised:D and for free why not:)
     
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    Humpty Dumpty rides again. :D

     
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    Humpty Dumpty for president :D
     
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    so let's do the Humpty Dumpty dance;) :D :)
    by the way is PE Guard hips?
     
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    i think PE Guard is hips;)
     
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    Seeing this reminded me:

    The techsupportalert page doesn't mention, let alone define, "classical HIPS".
    Neither does wikipedia (or I just couldn't find it mentioned on that site)

    Someone pointed out recently that I had mis-labeled Malware Defender by referring to it as a "policy-based HIPS" (instead of a "classical HIPS"). Classical? Classic? Classicalistal? Where's the definitive description of what's what? Was the phrase "classical HIPS" coined right here, in the Wilders forum?

    "Intrusion Defense" article
    http://www.brighthub.com/computing/smb-security/articles/2761.aspx

    All of these:
    IDS
    NIDS
    HIDS
    DIDS http://www.dshield.org/indexd.html
    NIPS
    HIPS
    IPS
    and several more, are described in various whitepapers.

    Suites with various features... the lines are necessarily becoming blurred,
    but c'mon, the vendors keep piling on fandangled proprietary nomenclature with every new release.

    "DasherAndDancerWare Labs announces MeepitFire v2.2.121064.147 RC
    featuring AntiStealthistic Proactive Suspense
    "
     
  23. _kronos_

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    In fact i consider not sufficient the documentation around hips softwares.
    95% of people does not know about its existence, and even users (that know about it) are confused about its use and are not able to understand its mechanisms..These aspects reflect the documentation, that is often superficial, incomplete and confusing.

    I'm sorry but this is my opinion about it.

    Regards
     
  24. jfcarbel

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    Isn't Comodo Firewall's Defense Plus a HIPS?
     
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    Yes:) But more of Behavior Blocker

    Info
     
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