processguard for win98se

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  1. rcet

    rcet Registered Member

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    :doubt: Hi Guys
    yes there are some still using the old stuff heavon forbid......
    but before i go any further i do run processguard on my web server 2003
    and on my other 2 xp machines however i cant seem to find my copy of processguard which runs with the win98 all i have is for the newer o/s
    Q) does anyone know where i can obtain the older verision of PG
    that runs on the win 95 98 se platforms.


    any info would be appreciated....

    the reason why I am using this old machine is that my main PC
    seems to be a magnet for dropping the bios regardless of board
    manufacturer thesame happened to my easybuddy cant understand it
    why this continues to happen those machines on the network ran on xp
    I have been advised that thereare no bugs that can knock out the BIOS
    o_Oo_Oo_Oo_Oo_Oo_O? the xp machines ran with Kaspersky (KIS) along with processguard
    and wormguard
     
  2. chris2busy

    chris2busy Registered Member

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    I do not believe ther is one for that OS version..And if there were,i wouldnt suggest that you buy software for a 12-15 year old OS
     
  3. andyman35

    andyman35 Registered Member

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    Sorry but there's no version that runs on that platform.

    " Is there a Windows 95/98/ME version?
    No, sorry. The kernel-mode driver technology is not compatible with the older operating systems (95/98/ME/NT), it only runs under Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows 2003."

    http://diamondcs.com.au/help/faq-pg.php
     
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  5. zopzop

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    Believe it or not there is/was an anti-executable program comparable to processguard for win98/se/millenium. It was by a Russian team but has been discontinued.

    There was a freeware and payware version. The freeware version is the one you want.

    I forgot the name of it (maybe another poster knows what I'm talking about), but if I remember I'll edit my post with the name.
     
  6. Meriadoc

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    Didn't System Safety Monitor support 98 in early versions. Just a thought.
     
  7. jmonge

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    is it Winpooch hips:D maybe
     
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    @Meriadoc

    Bless you! Yes that's it. It was really high quality too.

    Here's the download link from Download.com.
     
  10. noone_particular

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    The free versions of System Safety Monitor work on 98/98SE/ME up to XP-SP2. SP3 breaks it. The last 9X compatible version is 2.0.8.583.
     
  11. rcet

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    First of all I would like to THANK YOU ALL for your referals....I have downloaded the ssm..... haven't looked at it yet..does anyone know whether this blocks global hooks too.
    thanks again rcet
     
  12. noone_particular

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    SSM free does intercept global hooks, then ask you if you want to allow it or not. Not all hooks are malicious. On a 9X system for instance, you'll see alerts for hooks to browseui.dll. If you don't permit these, the file menu won't work. Some apps use hooks as well. Hooks to visual basic DLLs are common.
     
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