KIS7 & AD final version : which one to be?

Discussion in 'Ghost Security Suite (GSS)' started by buffet, May 24, 2007.

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  1. buffet

    buffet Registered Member

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    I am very great attitude for AD so far and put all trust on his AD/RD. So far, AD1.200alpha can not work on DEll box (at least E501) anyway. My hard-earning paid to ProcessGuard unlimit-home license has been useless with new way of attacking techniques for which PG can provide for the reason of PG developer left it away.
    Whileas, I put mine on KIS7 license and working great, at least KIS7 gets its anti-leaktest level of most to be excellent position at advance settings, besides its #1 malware detection/protections. KIS7 comes with complete rewritten Network driver providing most very small margin of network performance degration of less than < 2% hit compared to normal network performance, and 50-70% hit of KIS6 network performance.

    Which one should be first choice to provide to most system protections and system safe to network/internet users ? or both must be in place.

    TIA
     
  2. WSFuser

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    Well theyre different programs. AD/RD is just a HIPS whereas KIS is a full blown suite.

    KIS's PDM does include some features of AD/RD though, so id just use KIS.
     
  3. buffet

    buffet Registered Member

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    Can you give details differences from each to each. Thx
     
  4. WSFuser

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    Im unfamiliar with Kaspersky PDM, so I cant really answer that for you.

    But I *think* on difference is that the PDM lacks teh program execution prompts of AD (and other HIPS).
     
  5. farmerlee

    farmerlee Registered Member

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    Using both together would excellent, i'd configure AD's default rules so it wouldn't overlap with any functions of KIS.
     
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