MJ Registry watcher?

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by notageek, Jul 21, 2004.

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  1. notageek

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  2. tImEwArP

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    I won't be the first to download it. I couldn't find a thing on it through Google. Not very encouraging. I never download stuff like that from an unknown site. Who knows what it could contain.
     
  3. Infinity

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    I'm not going to try it either. LOL :) I was just wondering if anyone tried it. I'm happy with what I use.
     
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    I've been using it for about a week now without any problems. It's just as light as Startup Monitor, there's no impact on system resources.

    One thing I've noticed is that it takes a few seconds to notice the change if I add or remove a startup entry before it asks me if I want to allow the change.

    I'd definitely recommend it if you're looking for a light & configurable registry monitor.
     
  6. Infinity

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    Notageek, what do you use for this??
     
  7. notageek

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    Well I take it that this program is a start up monitor like program so I use the teatimes that comes with Spybot s&d 1.3. I also use SSM's registry protection. They seem to work when it comes to something whating to install a start up command into your registry. I think the other programs that monitor the registry is a a waste of money.
     
  8. Infinity

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    OK, ssm is perfect for reg protection.

    thanx for answer
     
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    You're welcome.
     
  10. tImEwArP

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    Regprot isn't too shabby either, for reg monitoring. But i use Teatimer myself.
     
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    Yeah RegProt is good if you're not using windows xp. ;) If you're using windows xp there might be a conflict. Atleast there was one whyen I tried it on XP.
     
  12. Infinity

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    both are right, imho if you have ssm you do not need regprot, but you guys allready knew :D


    I have regrun it is nice too.
     
  13. tImEwArP

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    Sadly i cannot use the reg protection and other plug-ins in SSM. They cause my computer to freeze when i try to activate them. Maybe it's cause i still use Windows ME? So i am just using Teatimer for reg protection at this time. I do like SSM for its application firewall though, that works very well on my system.

    Regrun looks like a great program, but seems like it is somewhat too complicated for me to figure it all out. Plus it's not a freebie! And i just gotta have my freebies. :D
     
  14. Infinity

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    :cool: I know how it feels like. I consider it as a investment. (only long term subscriptions) not yearly... (the best after free ones ;) )

    sorry to see ssm freezing on your machine. maybe some software setup??

    could be you allready had this going on a previous thread so excuse me if you are...

    regrun is very very very newbie friendly. it took me one hour :eek:

    bye
     
  15. zcv

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    Yes. My understanding is that SSM was primarily designed for XP, especially the plug-ins.

    Regards - Charles
     
  16. mymyre

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    Me too SSM was freezing, with Win98SE
    So I install the 193b2 version and no more problem !
    Try it, works great !
     
  17. tImEwArP

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    Hi Mymyre

    Could you post a link to that version (1.9.3 b2) of SSM? I can't find it anywhere. Thanks.
     
  18. mymyre

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    Sorry, I don't know any site for it
    I just kept all versions on cds

    I could email it to you if you want
    But how ? and where ?
     
  19. tImEwArP

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    Well thanks Mymyre. It was very nice of you to offer, but i guess i'll just keep my current version of SSM (V 1.9.4 b1). Seeing where neither of us is a registered member here, it would be too difficult. I am happy with the app monitoring only part of SSM anyhow. I can use other programs, like Teatimer, Regprot ect.. if i need reg protection. Thanks again.
     
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