No alerts for zemana antilogger

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by the mul, May 23, 2011.

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  1. the mul

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    Hi,

    I have installed and updated to the latest version of zemana antilogger on windows 7 64bit and I have no alerts from the programme at all, not even when I use zemana Key-Logger Simulation Test Program.

    Zemana is saying that it is protecting my system, but just wondered if there is something wrong or it does not work properly on 64bit.

    Thanks for any help
     
  2. Thankful

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    I am running with 32 bit system. When I run the simulator, I get alert "keyboard.exe is trying to log your keystrokes." I then select "block". I would definitely let Zemana know it is not working for you. Make sure you are running the most recent version.
     
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    The last I read here about Zemana X64 is that it only has Anti-SSL protection. The other modules are still in development. Spy Shelter is fully X64 compatible.
     
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    From their website:
     
  5. the mul

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    Hi,

    I must admit when I look a the release notes, only basic 64bit support for zemana was added back in november 2010 and not a lot for 64bit has really been added since then, so this could be the reason.

    Oh well maybe have to look at spy shelter if this is the reason.

    Thanks for your help.
     
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    resurrecting a sort-of-dead thread -

    i'd emailed zemana customer service to ask a few questions about the antilogger product, and also asked for clarification about x64 platforms (as all my machines run w7 x64) and they replied with the following info:

    - SSL protection works (as mentioned in this thread)
    - behavioral protection works (referencing protection against torpig)
    - keylogger protection also works (not as well as x86)
    and finally
    - *full* x64 support is included in the forthcoming 2.0 update, scheduled for release on thursday, july 30, 2011 :thumb:

    hope this helps
     
  8. jmonge

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    so it's not 64 ready?
     
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    Swapped to SpyShelter Premium in the meanwhile until 64 bit support is available for Zemana.
     
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    Finally, news about the other x64 modules was disturbingly quiet.
     
  12. Victek

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    One thing you can try is going into the Zemana settings and disabling white listing and other features that suppress alerts. By default it is set to not alert for signed apps, etc. I run it on Windows 7x64 and I regularly get alerts; for instance when programs update.
     
  13. m0unds

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    64-bit ready implies it runs on 64-bit platforms, which it does. it just doesn't provide 100% of its protection capabilities on 64-bit platforms "right now". at this moment, it provides SSL hijack, basic keylogger and behavioral protection. when 2.0 releases, based on the statement by Zemana support, it'll provide all of the same protection as the x86 version.
     
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    thanks for explanation:thumb:
     
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