is Outpost Security Pro ok?

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  1. clayieee

    clayieee Registered Member

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    i wanna check it out since i have a 1 year license, Agnitum was so kind to give me one
     
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    It won't be bad. With a powerful firewall and decent detection AV it is a good choice. Try this out...:D
     
  3. clayieee

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    i only tested it on Windows xp, what about its performance on windows 7?
     
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    I have a life time license, and had it on XP. I just added it to my new WIN7 computer and it is just as good.:)
     
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    My fiancé uses the free security suite on her Win7 Home Premium 32bit Laptop. Its running well there. I hope the security suite will also run good...:)
     
  6. clayieee

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    i have seen this and i havent seen any bad comment about this product,
     
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    IMHO Both the Agnitum firewall and their HIPS are top notch, their malware detection is nothing to write home about.Their suite is good because of their HIPS module and their firewall. Currently Agnitum are beta testing the 7.5 version of both the firewall and suite, Again IMHO this 7.5 version is a huge step up in both performance and usability.For example; Automatic submission of untrusted files directly from Outpost action request window.

    Alert for process/file activity is marked by one of the following colors:
    - Red - untrusted files
    - Yellow – suspicious files
    - Green – processes and/or files from trusted sources with active digital signatures

    In these circumstances one more feature of Outpost Pro 7.5 becomes of a great importance, it is an ability to automatically submit suspicious files for analysis directly from Outpost action request window.

    If you want to read more about the new 7.5 version go here.
    http://www.agnitum.com/lp/outpost-7-5-beta.php

    Circe.
     
  8. clayieee

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    Yeah, it seems to me that they have high hopes on 7.5
     
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    Me too as I have a lifetime license I have yet to use long term. The other suites I have beta tested this year are all looking good so far. It's looking like we may have a good year ahead of us with several good choices. :thumb:
     
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