Online Solutions Security Suite?

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by jmonge, Nov 28, 2012.

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  1. jmonge

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    Apparently they are developing something [Cezurity Antivirus Scanner v1.0 (Released: 16-Nov-2012)], but the OSSS developement seems to have halted. That's a shame too; it was becoming a powerful tool.
     
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    exactly
     
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    Yes, I used it in the past: very powerful and very granular.
     
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    agree,i also try it my self:thumb:
     
  6. The Red Moon

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    its the only security suite i know of that starts before windows does also.Its a very strong suite but the pop-ups need toning down a bit as it tells you about absolutely everything.
    Not sure if there is a free version though.
     
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    That would be a pity, it was really promising.

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    They were working on the pop-ups:
     
  8. jmonge

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    is it avaliable for free?
     
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    Nope!
     
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    I remember it performing very well in matousec's firewall test.
     
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    it is excluded from the test now,the reason i dont know :)
     
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    ah i see thanks and it makes sense it has to be 64 bit ready:)
     
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    Seems like that the development of this product has been stopped:
    1. I cannot find any documentation on the developer's website. Also the website has not been updated at least one year.
    2. The developer's forum is closed.
    3. You cannot buy the license anymore.
     
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    that's sad
     
  16. Pilate

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    Why? There is a lot of free security products.
     
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    Alas, another nice HIPS died. Reason is obvious as they can,t make revenue.
     
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    If it is abandonware, they should make it free of charge.
     
  19. Pilate

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    If you need a good HIPS, you can use the free Comodo Firewall.
     
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    I completely agree with this. The developer's policy is very strange. AFAIK OSSS became a paid already on beta testing stage.
     
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    That's the fate of most HIPS...
     
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    The official program's website is currently not avaliable. I cannot find any documentation on the scanner's download page.
     
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    1. We are working on OSSS v2.0 with automatic behaviour analysis system.
    2. One of our product is currently in beta-stage (it's based on improved OSAM, new cloud and some new scanning and detecting technologies, new remove engine, etc)
    3. Forum is temporarily disabled because of technical reasons.
     
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    Documentation is available on the social network, and from the program's interface. You know this, because users (not our company) from other forum pointed this to you.
     
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    Thanks Mihail for keeping the forum up-to-date with proper info.
    I'm curious about the OSSS behaviour analysis. Keep us posted when a beta/release candidate can be tested.
     
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