New deep-freeze question?

Discussion in 'other security issues & news' started by emir, Dec 25, 2005.

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  1. emir

    emir Registered Member

    Dec 21, 2005
    I am posting this separate so someone will see it, they might not in old deep freeze post. I have simple question, isn't this app simply creating a matrix/virtual hard drive that never actually get's a write, period, unless thawed. Doesn't it create an image and you run from that, not backing up hard drive and still running from it, never touch hard drive while frozen? So can't you assume that until you see this app posted on Sans/CVM/security focus with discovered vulnerability and you use sygate or ZA with nod32 what could possibly happen when you never touch drive c anyway?
  2. MrRumply

    MrRumply Guest

    I think that's basically how it works. Actually there's a lot of speculation as to exacatly how Deep Freeze works. It is a private patent and a tightly held secret. I have read that there are fewer tracks left for forensic evaluation after using Deep Freeze than some of the other similar programs.
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