Purchase of Boclean

Discussion in 'other anti-trojan software' started by pepim, Nov 24, 2006.

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  1. pepim

    pepim Registered Member

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    I want to buy BoClean, but I don't have a creditcard, does anybody know how I can buy it anyway?
     
  2. poirot

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    I guess they might find an alternative way.
    Just contact www.digitalriver.com asking them about this and specify
    you want to purchase BOClean, they should reply in due order.
     
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    Looks like they do except payment alternatives to credit cards,

    http://www.digitalriver.com/dr/sat5/ec_main.entry11?sp=10340&pn=1#q2




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  4. pepim

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    I have a problem with the link you gave me Snowbound . There seems to be a cookieproblem, although I allowed all cookies for www.digitalriver.com. I also deleted the cookie file as suggested, but that didn’t make a difference.
    I also tried using Internet Explorer (instead of Firefox) but that didn’t solve it either. What should I do?
     
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    Sorry, i'm also having the same problem now as that link was fine when i posted it earlier....

    Try this link,

    http://www.nsclean.com/boclean.html

    Select to purchase Boclean, you'll see your order, then click on Place Secure Order and you'll see the payment options there.

    Edit- i changed the link to the main PSC site.



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  6. pepim

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    Thanks for your help, I succeeded in ordering Boclean. :)
     
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    Good show. :thumb:



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    Welcome to the club :thumb:
     
  9. pepim

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    Thanks! I recently had a trojan on my pc :doubt: and thought that I really needed a trojan hunter. Read information before which one to purchase and knew then, that when I would purchase one, it would be Boclean. So I did.:D
     
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    Excellent choice purchasing BOClean!
     
  11. mercurie

    mercurie A Friendly Creature

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    ...and you will have no more trojans either or most other crap that infects a pc...:thumb: :thumb: I came to the exact conclusion my self several years ago. ;)
     
  12. poirot

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    I arrived to the same conclusion with the same results.
    I might even add that i suggested BOClean to a few friends who -from an informatic point of view- are really,REALLY ignorant and moreover they dont want to have any hassle or think about it: in two-three years time i very seldom heard about problems from them.
    It seems the combination Router+Boclean can save even P2P or careless users.
    Personally, before BOClean i had SpyBot and AdAware running medium or full steam, afterwards they have become almost useless.
    For a long time BOClean was the only paid software i used or would recommend, i cant say no more about it, oh,yes, marvellous assistance and quick replies to any problem!
     
  13. pepim

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    I am always very careful, my first infection in almost two years!

    using:

    *Nod32
    *Outpost
    *ProcessGuard
    *WinPatrol
    *SpywareGuard
    *Adaware

    A friend sent me something and I opened it without scanning, that’s why I got the trojan. I will test it again after installing Boclean.
     
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  14. Tommy

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    Please give feedback if BoClean intercepts it, or send me the bad boy by PM.
     
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    I will. :)
     
  16. poirot

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    And remember that you can scan with BOClean single files even if BC has no scanner by opening with a right click the BC icon in systemtray and then grabbing the file you want to examine holding the left mouse and dragging it somewhere inside the Boclean window near the top then releasing it there:
    you'll see a lightning speed rectangular window opening at the top of your monitor for just a second and then vanishing. If the file is ok nothing else is necessary. If its not ok i dont know what happens as it never happened to me :D ,someone might elaborate on this,if you wish,but i guess that if the file was of an obnoxious origin BC would have already taken care of it.
     
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    The file is definitely not ok, although Nod32 (Ewido and AVG) thought it was. I'm very curious to see what happens when I have Boclean installed, but I have to wait untill my payment has arrived. Thanks. :)
     
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  18. controler

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    This is true only if Boclean has the sig for the file. I found recently Boclean obsolete file scan did not detect a file but it H's would have and the only way you will know is if you click on the file. I do not like the idea. Scanners are worthless as Kevin says but I would not have known the file was bad unless I clicked on it. But then again BoClean would have caught it if I did.




    It is always better to have a security program installed PRIOR to an infection because most do not catch the infection unless you do, DUE to the new sneaky varities.

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  19. pepim

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    I don't quite understand your posting, sorry. :oops: I do have security programs installed and it was stupid of me to open what was sent to me. Although this friend didn't mean to sent something wrong to me.
     
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    @Controler You don't approve Boclean?
     
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    Foreign payments; how long does it take if you don't use a creditcard?
     
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    Just had to do a test out of curiosity to see what does happen when you drag a nasty onto the Boclean window. Dragged the old work horse test virus EICAR onto BC and the "lightning speed rectangular window" that poirot noted stays open displaying info of the file being scanned and a second little window opens, with in this case, the name of the nasty EICAR and pointing out that it's MALWARE and giving you the option to delete it.
    @ pepim - money well spent !!
     
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    Looking at the site, and depending on which option u chose, it says anywhere from to 2 to 8 business days after your payment is received.



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    @strangequark
    Yes it's a cack to see it go: especially the "yank it" option lol
    KMcA a great original. :D
    Hard to find anyone who would not give :thumb: to this purchase.

    @Pepim
    There are recent reports re very difficult mals around that may have slipped through your net :(

    I'm sure you would have updated by now and rescanned?

    Tell us what you found.
     
  25. KikiBibi

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    When I saw the "yank it" option for the first time, I thought that was some malware. :D
     
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