new security suite Tizer secure

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by simisg, Jun 10, 2009.

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  1. simisg

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    i dont know if we can trust this..... but find some bad things im my system
     
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    very strong hips ..... heuristic technology i have remove all things i dont remember names but mostly spywares and a bad .dll.....
    try it your self
     
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    Is there a Log of what it scanned/removed etc, if so please post it here.

    I'm very surprised you allowed it to remove ANYTHING if you don't know much about it, and it's BETA ?
     
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    Softpedia has tested it;
    Also looking further into it, it seems legit, but I dunno. I am still unsure :/
     
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    I've got doubts as to how good this is.
    The site claims: "We have a record 96% accuracy in protecting you against such unknown threats." (referring to 0day detection). This claim is entirely unverified from what I can see.Maybe this really is a great product but I'd be very wary until it was subjected to some form of peer review.:doubt:
     
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    Seems legit though will require alot of testing for validation on its effectiveness, any takers?
     
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    There's a video on the home site that demonstrates in detail what the suite purports to do. It's a real "swiss army knife". How well it works is another matter. I also did not see anything about what will happen after the beta test. Will they charge for the suite? Will there be a free version, etc? Still, it looks promising.
     
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    I found it very hard to find anything with 'rootkit razor' even some of the things it said it detected, it didn't. The Tizer scan fared alittle better.
     
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    Holy freaking pricetag batman! $80 bucks. There's only a couple apps I'd pay that much for. I don't care if it woke up and dressed me in the morning.
     
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    This is way overkill to say the least. Even if it works as advertised, there's no way anyone needs all this hand-holding crap.
     
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