Neoava Guard 3 beta

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by risl, Dec 23, 2008.

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  1. risl

    risl Registered Member

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    Hello,

    Seeing that it can detect outgoing/incoming network connections, it would complete the Windows firewall. It is also very configurable. I have not seen any conflicts and problems this far.

    So the question is: neoava guard - any good? Are there some known issues? Or why I shouldn't use this. :)

    I currently have Dr.Web and TPF. Possibly adding Neoava Guard, dropping TPF and enabling XP firewall.
     
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  2. BrendanK.

    BrendanK. Registered Member

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    From what I can remember from a review it didn't do to well against malware. I'll try find that again, but in saying that it was one of the very first versions.
     
  3. chris2busy

    chris2busy Registered Member

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    Its development was halted,it is no longer actively developed.
    Sad story because i liked it too back when i was on win xp
     
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