Discussion in 'ProcessGuard' started by maddawgz, Mar 1, 2005.
Hi whats the difference between free and full..thanks...
The free version is et to protect itself and ONE other program of your choice . The full protects itself along with many defaults from DCS AND you can add as many as you like . Hope that helps
I was late
Snowbound beat me . AGGHHHHH .
Oh well . Good luck anyway
Block new and changed programs
Protect physical memory
Block Global Hooks
Block unwanted rootkit/driver/service installation
Block registry DLL injection (CoolWebSearch)
Secure Message Handling
I thought these were available in the free version as well . When I had it I thought it did . I have the full now but , thanks Snow . I just learned something new .
I moved your thread over to the ProcessGuard forum for better attention.
thanks snowbound..i bought the full verison..seems good even though im a beginner..i just clicked reemmber this wheni started my programs..i think i have it all set.!! .. and ticked the bottom 4 now..since its full.. lets hope it stops some trojans!!...I know that Diamond is a good site so i didnt hesitate..I might buy Boclean next but dont want to many running.. iguess... 1 more question duz Process gaurd do what bo clean duz ? and do i tick block new and changed applicatoins..do u need to know what ur doing if ticked... duz it stop important things going to the net?..thanks maddawgz
BOClean targets malware (trojans, spyware, etc). Process Guard targets processes in general and you have to decide whether something should execute or not, install drivers/services or not, terminate other apps or not, etc. I use BOClean as an extra layer of protection in case I screw up and tell Process Guard to let something malicious through.
ok thanks..think i got it..
PG full is worth every penny and then some.
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