More info. on the processguard not living up to standanrds

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by nowshining, Jan 30, 2007.

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  1. nowshining

    nowshining Registered Member

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    what went wrong, the only thing I see wrong with Processguard was the NAG screen they didn't mention on their website. besides that it is a good program, you wouldn't know how many programs inject into other programs such as a2 antidialer..well anyway again what were the standards that were not lived up to?
     
  2. Mongol

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    Are you writing about the free version? Unfortunately many free programs that can be upgraded for a fee do this, AppDefend for one example...:cautious: :)
     
  3. nowshining

    nowshining Registered Member

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    yes however it doesn't mention ito n the site which is a bad thing, anyway I was really wondering why They were pulled from this website in december...

    By which I read that they didn't live up to Some Standards, and what were those standards and what they did wrong.....
     
  4. Bubba

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    The Standards they did not live up to concerned their participation or lack there of as it related to Wilders Security Forums as stated in the below post by one of the site owners.

    This post---> DiamondCS Support Forums closed

    If you have questions concerning any of the DCS programs....feel free to create a thread in one of our appropriate forums.

    As for this thread....We will bring it to a close and ask that you contact one of the Admins of the Forum if you have further questions\comments in regards to your "Some Standards" question relating to the site decision to close the DCS Forums.

    Bubba
     
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