RegDefend v1.050 Released!!!

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  1. Jason_R0

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    http://www.ghostsecurity.com/index.php?page=regdefend

    Please uninstall your current RegDefend version before installing this one, and make sure you reboot. You cannot install over the top of an existing installation.

    Download the latest version at the URL above. Registered users information will be remembered, so you won't need to re-enter them. Any existing v1.000 trial users will get a new 14 day free trial.


    What is RegDefend?
    RegDefend is a kernel based registry protection system, designed to use as few resources as possible. Instead of polling the registry looking for changes, RegDefend intercepts the changes before they occur. RegDefend comes installed to protect registry autostarts and some special registry keys, custom rules can also be added.


    Changes in the latest version :-

    [v1.050]
    -Installer will now alert that you aren't running a correct version of Windows if you try to install on Windows 95/98/ME
    -Fixed "Delete Program" button from having incorrect name and incorrect tooltip
    -Fixed listview headers from drawing onto the next header column [thanks Nick and BlueZannetti]
    -Fixed bug which didn't allow you to add registry values from the same key to the same registry group
    -Fixed bug which caused registry group corruption when deleting a registry value with the same keyname
    -Redesigned GUI to be more efficient [thanks hojtsy]
    -Fixed a bug when "Remember this option always" was ticked that RegDefend did not remember the action
    -Now display the registry group the registry item belonged to on the Ask User dialog
    -Added 5 registry items to the special registry group (Scoundrel Simulator)
    -Various small tweaks and fixes
     
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  2. Jason_R0

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    Any custom registry groups you have created will be left intact when you uninstall your old version. If you have modified the default registry groups then they will be replaced with the newer ones.
     
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  3. rodsoto

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    Nice going Jason, Install went smoothly over here! Well done!

    Time to take it for a spin :)

    Best Regards
     
  4. gkweb

    gkweb Expert Firewall Tester

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    Good job Jason, working fine here ;)
     
  5. puff-m-d

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    Fantastic job as always Jason ;) :D :cool: ...
     
  6. Infinity

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    thanx Jason!!
     
  7. Antarctica

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    No problems with installation either. :)

    Thanks Jason
     
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    Thanks much! Upgraded with no problems on XP-SP2 HE. :rolleyes:
     
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    Thank you Jason and keep up the good work ;-)

    Atomas31
     
  10. earth1

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    Hi Jason,
    After mourning you MIA @ DCS for a couple of days, it's great to see you making your new house into a home already. The bottom half of RD's screen looks much better with v1.050.
     
  11. din

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    That is so excited to know now they released the security program to lock down on reg-modifiying maliciously by malwares; specially it is from the most talent gurus of DCS team. Is RegDefend program from DCS?
     
  12. Gavin - DiamondCS

    Gavin - DiamondCS Former DCS Moderator

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    Page still says 1.000 but its definitely 1.050. Will try it out :)
     
  13. Jason_R0

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    Hi Din,

    no RegDefend is a Ghost Security product, not a DiamondCS product. There is no relation at all. :)
     
  14. puff-m-d

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    jon_fl,

    I have moved your off-topic post to a more suitable thread HERE.
     
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