Know these Apps ?

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by StevieO, Oct 21, 2005.

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  1. StevieO

    StevieO Guest

    I had never heard of Wenpoint Corporation or these Apps until the other day. Has anybody had any experience with them, or know anything about them or the company ?

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    "HiddenFinder is a powerfull security utility to discover the process
    and system driver hidden by hackers. Hackers used to hide the malicious
    code to escape the detection. This utility explorers the OS in kernel
    level to discover the hidden process and driver.

    HiddenFinder shows both statistics and detail information of process
    and drivers. Both of them reflects the real time status of your system.
    The HiddenFinder Utility can run on the following systems.

    Windows 2000 Professional and Server
    Windows XP



    ThreatMon

    ThreatMon is a powerful, easy-to-use Windows based utility to protect your computer from damaging effects while surfing the Internet. As a security tool, ThreatMon provides real time detection of malicious attack and protection of your privacy.

    Detect malicious activities coming from Internet.
    watches the application behavior and detects the malicious activities of running bad application
    ThreatMon can run on the following OS:

    Windows 2000 Professional (any service pack)
    Windows 2000 Server and Advanced Server with any service packs.
    Windows XP Professional, SP1 and SP2."

    http://www.wenpoint.com/product/product.html

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    StevieO
     
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  2. Bionicoder

    Bionicoder Guest

    HiddenFinder is pretty cool. It digs out two hidden spyware in my win2k. Norton seems sleeping while spyware peeking.
     
  3. urrguru

    urrguru Registered Member

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    HiddenFinder trials

    About all I'm finding on this app' (HiddenFinder) is it's a kernal based program that may or may not have an uninstall, may or may not reuire paid support to remove, may or may not be more of a headache than it is usefull. As much as I've searched for something to tell me if Chrony's installed its XCP Trojan on my OS, I'll keep on looking, as using this kind software is way too risky given what little anyone is saying about it and even less, what the maker is telling us.
     
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