"OSSS" (Online Solutions Security Suite) Beta is Out

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by PaulBB, Mar 18, 2009.

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  1. 1000db

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    THey have a post in their forum from their sales dept explaining (sort of) what happened to their free version.

    http://forum.online-solutions.ru/viewtopic.php?t=327
     
  2. 1000db

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    On win7 32 bit with avast 5 OSSS freezes when trying to add anything to the recycle bin. OSSS works fine without Avast 5. I can duplicate this on my virtual machine.
     
  3. 1000db

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    In the Autorun manager OSSS doesn't show the os_kern and config files as trusted. Why is that since they belong to the program?
     
  4. BrendanK.

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    The developers are investigating the problem with Avast right now :)

    That is a good question! I will investigate it :) The problem should be resolved shortly :)
     
  5. BrendanK.

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    OSSS v1.4.13445.0 has been released. This should fix the BSOD etc.
     
  6. jmonge

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    did they add pasword protection in this version?thanks
     
  7. 1000db

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    Does OSSS auto update?
     
  8. BrendanK.

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    You will need to re-download OSSS from the site.

    @jmonge: No, there is no password protection yet, but it is being worked on :thumb:
     
  9. jmonge

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    thanks 333halfevil
     
  10. BrendanK.

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    1000db, your wish is our command :). Prices are now being changed to the following:

    • Single User (1 user): $24.95
    • Family Pack (3 user): $49.95
    • Family Pack (5 user): $74.95
     
  11. 1000db

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    Those are competitive prices! :thumb:
     
  12. 1000db

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    When I download the new installer it says its version 1.4.13383.0 not the newer one mentioned above.
     
  13. 1000db

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    In the System tab under Active Processes, what does "Dirty Type" mean exactly?
     
  14. Ibrad

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    They say if you create a video clip you get a free license, what type of video click are they talking about? Everyday use of the program, OSSS vs Malware, OSSS vs Zero Days?
     
  15. BrendanK.

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    Hi guys, sorry for the late reply. I have been away for a few days :)

    @1000db: The kernel has been changed, not the actual version of the program. It is only a minor fix.

    The "dirty type" is used to identify type of module in integrity control. At the moment it is just a beta fuction, and will probably change in the near future.

    @Ibrad: Any video showing either the function, stength or features of OSSS :)
     
  16. 1000db

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    New build I see. However, I am unable to access the changes for this version; could you post them?
     
  17. Mihail Fradkov

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    New Windows Kernels support only. When something is changed, we change a version number. (Or rarely if we upload fix and not changing version, we announce it).
     
  18. Mihail Fradkov

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    Updates for new Windows kernels support

    OSSS users are encouraged to periodically perform an update to support new operating system kernels.

    ATTENTION! At this moment, this update is manually only. In the future, it will be automated, and users do not have to perform any actions.

    Common point: download the new file os_vdisk.sys (it is packed with RAR archiver). Unpack this archive and put the file in any directory.

    If OSSS is active currently:
    1. Go to the OSSS settings and disable self protection. Do not forget do click Apply button.
    2. Move the new file os_vdisk.sys instead of the old (overwriting it) in the directory %SystemRoot%\system32\drivers (for example, "C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers").
    3. Go to the OSSS settings and re-enable self protection.
    4. After any reboot, OSSS will use a new driver. You will not require to reboot specially, because at this moment OSSS is working fine.
    If OSSS is disabled, because of Windows kernels incompatible:
    1. Mov the new file os_vdisk.sys instead of the old (overwriting it) in the directory %SystemRoot%\system32\drivers (for example, "C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers").
    2. Restart your computer.
    3. If after system restart OSSS will not run due to incompatibility, download KernelChecker and do all acts, that are described in the instructions.
    4. Then please conctact our technical support: tsdep@online-solutions.ru.
     
  19. 1000db

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    I just installed from new installer on the website. So far it seems that you have resolved the incompatibility with Avast 5 (at least on XP). I haven't tried on Win7 yet. I think you've made some progress. :thumb:
     
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    I installed the latest version on an XP machine and it worked fine. I try on identical hardware but with Win 7 32 bit and get this:
     

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    You had to follow these instructions: so OSSS team could fix your kernel's issue and to release a new updated version. I did it last summer and it was very useful for me too. ;)
     
  22. Mihail Fradkov

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    Just follow instructions from this message
     
  23. 1000db

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    OK done. Now, according to the kernalchecker, I need to wait for fixes to be made to OSSS.
     
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    So, is it working under Windows 7 or there is a need to wait for fixes to be made ?
    I'm asking because I don't want to uninstall current security setup in order to find out that OSSS is not working.

    edit : Well, I tried to run Setup anyway and I got the message like in picture above from 1000db
    kernelchecker is saying I should wait for fixes.
     
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  25. 1000db

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    We'll have to be patient...but hopefully it'll be worth it.
     
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