Prevx Edge 3.0.1.17

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by Dark Shadow, Feb 22, 2009.

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  1. Dark Shadow

    Dark Shadow Registered Member

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    Prevx Edge has been updated with self protection with three levels to choose from and easer to access from the gui.
     

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    and here
     

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  3. firzen771

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    Looks like a nice new feature:)
     
  4. Solaris

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    There is no option "Self Protection" in the 3.0.1.17 X64 apparently !
     
  5. EraserHW

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    x64 version of Windows doesn't give us many options to implement our present self protection technology because of security protection mechanism (see Patchguard). Anyway, starting from Windows Vista SP1 x64 Microsoft has released some APIs that will allow us to implement another kind of self protection.
     
  6. Baldrick

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    And it works very nicely...although if you have other security software that also has self protection it is recommended that you use Minimum. :D
     
  7. sded

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    The self protection doesn't seem to conflict universally. I am using the Avast! self-defense module with 3.0.1.17 on two Vista machines with no problems. One Prevx in Protection mode, One in Monitoring, self protection on both at medium.
     
  8. chris2busy

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    Vista itself is constructed more wisely,so that less conflicts occur..but yes,i found prevx playing nicely along many apps
     
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