Process Gaurd

Discussion in 'ProcessGuard' started by maddawgz, Mar 1, 2005.

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  1. maddawgz

    maddawgz Registered Member

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    Hi whats the difference between free and full..thanks... :rolleyes:
     
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  3. hollywoodpc

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    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
     
  4. hollywoodpc

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    I was late
    Snowbound beat me . AGGHHHHH .
    Oh well . Good luck anyway
     
  5. hollywoodpc

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    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
    Interface Lock

    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 .
     
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    snowbound Retired Moderator

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    maddawgz,

    I moved your thread over to the ProcessGuard forum for better attention.



    snowbound
     
  7. maddawgz

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    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 :eek:
     
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  8. nick s

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    Hi 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.

    Nick
     
  9. maddawgz

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    ok thanks..think i got it..
     
  10. azumi21

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    PG full is worth every penny and then some.
     
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