Nice discount for Zemana AntiLogger

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  1. QBgreen

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    Thanks.. But still there are promotions where u can get Zemana Antilogger for free;)
     
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    Where? Thanks.
     
  6. LODBROK

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    Yeah... Where?

    FYI: Enter Zemana in google's shopping engine and find the deals at Programmer's Paradise.
    About $10 for a single user one year and $20 for a three user one year license.
    Of course, even that kind of pricing won't satisfy the Where's My Free Steak Dinner? Circus here at Wilders.
     
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    There is a facebook promotion going on
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    u can grab a free license if u have FB account..
    click like button then buraya button.
     
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    The Facebook promotion seems for Turkey only.
     
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    Lol. Very true. I like the fact that Zemana passed the online banking browser security test by MRG without requiring user intervention.
     
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    Sorry:D
     
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    well im just waiting for full x64 compatibilty then ill be using Zemana again.
     
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    ah same here:thumb:
     
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    Maybe try the SpyShelter Premium x64 version - a lifetime license costs 24.95 € about 32.79 $ :p
     
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    tried it and id rather pass.
     
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    lol so i need to disable protection or just go thru the initial hell of hundreds of popups to populate the rules in order to get less alerts, ye im not all that interested in that, perhaps once they get an actual whitelist/some methods of limiting alerts then ill re-consider but ive honestly used full blown marketted HIPS products that have given me less alerts than spyshelter.
     
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    Maybe just SS is for more advanced users than Zemana :p
     
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    o it definetely is, thats why i prefer my sanity over security and choose to no longer use classical HIPS software :D
     
  19. LODBROK

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    If you disable Zemana White Listing (ZWL) and Authenticode checking as well as enabling Ask for confirmation for all apps (and build rules as needed), Zemana will become "for more advanced users" also. :p

    Still waiting on where that might be. Tho I'm not expecting much from a performer in the Wilders Where's My Free Steak Dinner? Circus.
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