Our bank is going to provide us with IBM Security Trusteer Rapport!

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  1. ratchet

    ratchet Registered Member

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    Supposedly financial institution specialty anti-whatever. Anyone using it and how has it played with your anti-virus? Thank you!
     
  2. JerryM

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    I have used it for probably 3-4 months. I used it with KIS without any identifiable problems.

    It is one that is considered tops, and in your case I would give it a try. I think, but would not argue, that is does not do anything that
    Bit Defender Safepay, or KIS Safe Money won't do, but I see no downside to its use. As you know, the only to see if it plays well on your system is to try it.
    Jerry
     
  3. whitedragon551

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    Alot of banks use it to provide basically a VPN between your browser and their site for a secure connection.
     
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    Thanks for the input! I like that it acts like a VPN.
     
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    I use T.R, it has to run all the time though. It also will not run under Sandboxie,( if you actually use that )
    I remember watching a bbc program about zeus, T.R was one of the few program to actually protect the data on an infected machine.
    I think it is a good program
    No problems with Avira either.
    I believe it recognizes all bank sites, but you can add any site you want to protect.
     
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    Thank you for the heads up! Would I be able to "Disable Forced Programs" in Sandboxie and then temporarily go to a financial site threw TR?
     
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    I use it too and have found that it does not work under SBIE at all. For that reason I only have one of my browsers forced under SBIE and never use TR on that browser. Note: TR auto installs itself on all the browsers that you have installed. You will see its icon up by the address bar. I use one browser exclusively for online banking (under TR) and have added all the websites that I access for financial activity to TR as well. You will find that TR downloads to your system everyday. Last month it downloaded 250MB to my PC. It does not slow down the browser; almost unnoticeable.
     
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    Signatures?
     
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    That's the way i do it.
     
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    Well, it slowed down browsing quite noticeably on two of my systems. That was some time ago though and perhaps it's been fixed.
     
  14. Houley456

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    Using Emsi Internet Security 9 along with Trusteer and all is fine...no slow downs....Win 7...
     
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    I used to see slowdowns with older versions but fine now. Running great with Avira & MBAM.
     
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