Outpost 7.5.1 Performance Edition Released

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  1. hayc59

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    Outpost 7.5.1 Performance Edition
    Outpost Security Suite Pro 7.5.1
    Outpost Firewall Pro 7.5.1
    Outpost Antivirus Pro 7.5.1[/b]
    Supported OS: (x86) / 107 (x64) (x86)
    Build number: 3791.596.1681
    Release Date: July 14, 2011

    The following issues have been fixed:
    • Update errors when using proxy with authorization
    • Possible crash upon scanning a file packed with UPX
    • Disabling Proactive protection in Outpost interface could not disable it in fact
    • Progress bar window was always on top during the procession of quarantine objects
    • Several frequent crashes

    The following improvements have been made:
    • Multiple compatibility improvements with third-party products
    • Improvements in detection, curing, and quarantining archives

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  2. donaddams

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    Thanks for the heads up; can you install new version over previous version or does it require an uninstall first.
     
  3. hayc59

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    Hello Don
    I pounded mine right over the top
    and Outpost asked to tranfer your old configuration
    over to new version...works awesome ;)
     
  4. bellgamin

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    It surely do! Thanks for the alert.
     
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    henryg Registered Member

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    It's nice to see that the guys at Agnitum keep making Outpost better and better. Outpost Pro runs light and tight. Protection against dll injection is incredible. A solid performer!
     
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    Does anybody noticed the latest Outpost Pro v7.5.1 feels a little heavy on XP Pro o_O and does anybody have this problem on XP.
     
  7. hayc59

    hayc59 Updates Team

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    I am running it on Windows XP Home
    and its wonderful no slow or sluggish problems
     
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    Thanks hayc59
     
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    bellgamin Very Frequent Poster

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    My aging desktop computer has a 1.7Ghz CPU - very slow by today's standards. Therefore, the "zippiness impact" of a given security app is quite noticeable on this box.

    Relative to Private FW, Outpost feels a bit heavier to me. Relative to Online Armor, Outpost feels about the same. Relative to Comodo w/D+, Outpost feels lighter.

    NOTE 1: I run OP FW with the web checker & anti-spyware disabled. All other options are used, including IP Blocker & Proactive.

    NOTE 2: In my case, Op gradually became significantly lighter & quieter as it "learned" my computer's set-up & software. This scenario will generally hold true, of course, for most FW+HIPS-combined programs, but (to me) OP seemed "more so" from this standpoint.
     
  10. saakeman

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    OutPost, comes second in my list, since In my opinion it doesn't beat Comodo. BTW, great work guys... If someday comodo becomes a paid product, I will switch to Outpost :thumb: :thumb:
     
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  12. hayc59

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    Mant...NOW that brings back a lot of of memories!!!
    thanks for that :thumb:
     
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    Boy that sure does. I remember those days very well.
     
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