IObit Malware Fighter PRO 1.0 Final Released

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  1. hckyo

    hckyo Registered Member

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    The IObit Malware Fighter application was developed to be an advanced malware removal tool that will allow you to detect, remove and block unwanted applications. With the unique "Dual-Core" engine, driver-level technology and the heuristic malware detection, IObit Malware Fighter detects the most complex and deepest spyware and malware while to make sure we do not lag your PC.

    IObit Malware Fighter is an advanced malware & spyware removal utility that detects, removes the deepest infections, and protects your PC from various of potential spyware, adware, trojans, keyloggers, bots, worms, and hijackers. Three types of scans are available; Smart Scan will scan critical operating system files, processes and locations. The full scan scans everything and the custom scan gives the user the option to select the items that should be scanned by IObit Malware Fighter.

    Users should take a look at the program settings for additional configuration options. Here it is possible to configure a higher protection level, the scan priority and other scan related settings or if DOG, the digital original gene heuristic malware detection algorithm should be used in addition to signature based threat detections. IObit Malware Fighter makes use of the cloud to analyze risks. The service utilizes IObit Cloud which is also accessible directly in the web browser.

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    http://www.iobit.com/malware-fighter-pro.html
    :p

    any comments about this Final Release o_O
    New comments not the same comment about MBAM please :D
     
  2. hckyo

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    What's new in IObit Malware Fighter PRO:
    • Improved Engine for Smart Scan, Full Scan and Custom Scan. Adopted with IObit's unique "Dual-Core" engine and improved program core structure, IObit Malware Fighter is now available for delivering more comprehensive and deeper system scan to find the deepest infections, and finally remove or quarantine them, protecting your PC from more security threats and privacy compromises.
    • Brand new & easy-to-use interface. An intuitive and neat design was successfully brought to IObit Malware Fighter that provides you with four major entrances in the main interface, which lead you to the four major functions as following, "Overview", "Scan", "Protect" and "Cloud". This brand new interface gives you an open-and-shut view with all the details.
    • Enhanced real-time protection. IObit Malware Fighter provides you with ultimate anti-malware and real-time protection, including "Startup Guard", "Browser Guard", "Network Guard", "File Guard", "Cookie Guard", "Process Guard", "USD Disk Guard" and "Malicious Action Guard", which keeps your computer stay secure all the time.
    • Creative Cloud Computing Technology. IObit Cloud uses the latest Cloud Computing technology and Heuristic Analyzing mechanic to analyze the behavior of spyware, adware, trojans, keyloggers, bots, worms, hijackers and other security-related risks in a fully automated mode.
     
  3. buckslayr

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    Iobit won't get any sympathy here. MBAM is just a superior product.
     
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    How would a user know if DOG is needed or not?
    Would Iobit recommend to use it?

    Also, is the 'Enhanced Malware Protection' now available in the final free version?
    According to this IMF beta3.0 comparison page, only the paid version offers it. Outdated/incorrect info?
     
  5. CogitoTesting

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    Anybody who posts IOBIT nonsense should be banned for eternity, just my opinion.


    Thanks. :mad:
     
  6. funkydude

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    About as likely to use an IOBit product as I am a Comodo product personally.
     
  7. Cloud

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    Omg...seriously? Are you guys for real? :cautious: I am probably the youngest here (16), and yet you guys are acting like children. Come on. :rolleyes:
     
  8. Triple Helix

    Triple Helix Webroot Product Advisor

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    Once a thief always a thief and it's unforgivable! That's what IObit did to MBAM or didn't you know?

    TH
     
  9. clayieee

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    The cloud reputation of this product is still lacking.
     
  10. Cloud

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    I know. ;)
     
  11. LoneWolf

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    Ain't touching it, not even with a ten foot pole. :thumbd:
     
  12. Triple Helix

    Triple Helix Webroot Product Advisor

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    Good, now you know why members would say such things and this thread will probably get closed too if it continues as the other one's that go way off topic IMO!

    TH
     
  13. Cloud

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    People can be forgiven. They did apologize, btw.
     
  14. Triple Helix

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    That's in your opinion, mine and most others they will never be forgiven in the security community!

    TH
     
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    IObit might be forgiven when we all die. That is, if they'll last that long. If they do, it should be a different company by then.
     
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    A bit sarcastic here.
     
  17. yongsua

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    I am sixteen too.:D
     
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    Did anyone tried their product?How does it works?Thanks
     
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    If I remember correctly bellgamin tried it once but dont know anybody else trying this one.. bellgamin can you hear me?:D
     
  20. Cloud

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    Yay! I am not the only (teen) security geek here. :D
     
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    good point
     
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    If abundant usage of smileys says anything about age, you're unlikely to be the youngest around here. :)

    And while reactions might seem a bit harsh, actions like those of IObit reg. MBAM, have the potential to actually ruin a software company.
    If that company has created an excellent product, has excellent support, is open towards the community and therefore liked by the large majority here on WSF, aggressive and criminal behaviour towards such a company is likely to be remembered.
    Multiple forum members here are somewhat older and have bills to pay, mouths to feed and thus jobs to keep.
    They can imagine all to well what IObit might have caused, hence the reactions.
     
  23. clayieee

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    hello im eighteen
     
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    Same, here.
     
  25. Cloud

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    I always thought not many users around my age would be interested in this stuff. ;) Like woman for example, how many of them has anybody noticed here? But what about ASC by Iobit? Their reputation is building back up (slowly), but its not like every person in their company is at fault. However (IMO), this past event will eventually slowly fade behind us as the newer generations come forth. MF is their 'reborn' point, give them a chance...if you have a heart. Security is a hobby afterall...for me anyways. :)

    @clayieee, Do I know you from somewhere? Something is starting to ring a bell. GData user...the word "clay" in your name...IT....
     
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