PG Paid

Discussion in 'ProcessGuard' started by kdm31091, Oct 1, 2006.

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  1. kdm31091

    kdm31091 Registered Member

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    Question about Process Guard paid. Is it a one year lisence or lifetime? I can't find anything on the site indicating either. How good it is? Is it still good defense? Worth buying? I was considering Prevx1 but it slowed my computer too much; is ProcessGuard Paid a good choice?
     
  2. starfish_001

    starfish_001 Registered Member

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    like time lic.


    It is very good but I'd look at appdefend/regdefend - SSM - online armour - Safe n Secure before you decide.


    THey are quite different in use from Prevx - you need to decide what is important to you ....


    I have used PG for a long time but - I'm at the point where prevx or SSM may be better for me day to day
     
  3. Osaban

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    The free version will protect your security apps from being disabled by malware, and stop executables at your discretion. The paid version will give you a lot more protection like global hooks, rootkits, physical memory... A lot of people find it difficult to manage as it requires some kind of knowlege about what might be legitimate or risky.

    I'm no expert, but if I run into something that is suspicious I just deny its execution or block whatever it wants to install. I think it is worth buying and combined with a registry protector and a good firewall, it really offers a complete defence.

    Prevx1 will analyse and decide if something is good or bad, so more user friendly (I've never tried it, though). The only 'shadow' I see with ProcessGuard, is that in some systems it seems to have some conflict issues with other apps, and therefore to trial it is a must (but then to trial the full version you've got to buy it). I've had it for over a year and the latest version 3.410 is very stable on my computer.
     
  4. ThunderZ

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    Use it as well on the old laptop. Also getting ready to install it on the Mrs.`s PC. The lack of needed user intervention as well as offered protection is the very reason I have chosen it for her. For my PC I bought PG. Do not mind the occasional warning lets me know it is doing it`s job Now if only I would remember to disable it when running a trusted install or removal. :p
     
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