Need hips with nod32...

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by faenil, Sep 25, 2007.

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  1. faenil

    faenil Registered Member

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    I'm installing nod32...
    which hips could I add to it?...

    which one do u think is the one with most features?
     
  2. WSFuser

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    Online Armor is a good choice. Runs light, is powerful, and easy-to-use.
     
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  4. WSFuser

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    Well I dont have much experience with it. All I can suggest is you try the HIPS yourself and see which you like best.
     
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    online armor looks good - but its one av and fw more -why??

    Ruben
     
  6. WSFuser

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    You can get OA without AV and you can easily disable/uninstall the FW portion.
     
  7. Espresso

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    Pro Security and DSA are both good choices.
     
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    I've been running NOD32 w/ SSM & Outpost for over a year and not one issue w/ compatibility.

    ...screamer
     
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  10. faenil

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    I'm using prosecurity and it seems very very very nice...

    so what u suggest to use?
     
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    C'mon Lusher...give us a clue why, seems well respected by a few people here
     
  12. dja2k

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    I recommend Online Armor first and then Pro Security second. Both products have a Learning Mode and are excellent; I run both of them together by the way.

    As far as Online Armor goes, Mike and the rest of the Beta Test Team including myself can help out in any problems you may encounter with Online Armor if you decide to try or buy.

    dja2k
     
  13. wat0114

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    Same combination for more than 6 months with no conflicts at all.

    A HIPS is not for everyone, and for those who use one, it is a matter of what suits them best. Test thoroughly and if you decide to use one, make sure you are comfortable with it.
     
  14. faenil

    faenil Registered Member

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    what about eqsecure? I heard it's much better than prosecurity...any opinion?
     
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    Crock.

    Cheers
     
  16. Arup

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    Pro Security is the best, most stable and least obtrusive HIPS around, I have tried others and can tell with contention that its a superior product among its peers.
     
  17. faenil

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    But it wasn't able to detect bifrost installing in the pc...
     
  18. GES/POR

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    Oh gosh it misses out, who doesnt. At least its among the high hitters.
     
  19. faenil

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    omg...if they can't protect me from malware...why should I use them...
     
  20. wat0114

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    If you allow anything to launch then you really don't stand a chance anyways.
     
  21. GES/POR

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    If your looking for one program to defeat all malware you might wanna depend only on rollback but even that has its disadvantages. Such as no realtime protection.

    Personally i find it rather insulting and ignorent to bash a product that misses out on one sample but did best of all products tested to what you are referring.

    I think it would be best for you to use a public computer.

    Cheers.
     
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  22. faenil

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    I know what to allow and what not to....

    But Itdidn't ask me anything....well thx for suggestion btw ;)
     
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