Outpost Internet Security Suite Pro 7.5.2

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by makios, Mar 28, 2012.

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  1. makios

    makios Registered Member

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    Just reinstalled my lifetime license (which I bought a 'long' time ago and until now just tried it once in a while, when a new version came out) for a test on my notebook and really like it :)
    In the past few years I switched mostly back to NOD32 or Avast! (in search for my favourite setup).

    OSS doens't seem to be very popular here on Wilders.
    Why is that? Or am I wrong?

    Just curious.

    Best regards to all,
    Makios
     
  2. Circe

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    I have the lifetime firewall license, the suite is very good ,the HIPS & the firewall are excellent. I guess the Agnitum suite could be better if they used a better AV engine. You could say that you don't really need the AV and you could just rely on your HIPS module. The web browser protection module is excellent if used for blocking scripts etc. On the whole its a good suite IMHO.
     
  3. tomazyk

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    When installing OSS, can one install only Firewall + Hips components?

    I have been using Outpost while it was at 3.5 version if I remember right. It was great FW, one of the first that I have been using.

    I think that Outpost (FW+Hips) and Sandboxie would be great setup for 64 bit. Maybe just what I'm looking for...
     
  4. tomazyk

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    I have read there are some problems with combination OA + SBIE. I prefer security software that doesn't conflict with each other. And I'm not going to drop SBIE.
     
  5. jmonge

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    now that makes sense tom
     
  6. zip

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    I'm using OSS Free, I really like it.

    It's lite and serves me well, no infections.
     
  7. JoeBlack40

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    Only in paid version unfortunately.
     
  8. operamail

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    I'm thinking about buying the firewall lifetime license, and use it along with Sandboxie.
     
  9. gery

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    i rarely see any notification of what it really does but i like its silent way of working on my laptop. As per infections i have not seen many recently. No incidents at all:thumb: :thumb:
     
  10. tomazyk

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    Uh, too bad. It would be great to choose which components one wants to install.

    I will give it a try and install it in VM to see how it goes.
     
  11. BrendanAdams

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    All I can say is they work perfectly alongside each other here.
     
  12. tomazyk

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    I'm glad to hear that and going to try it out :)
     
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