RegDefend v2.000 Screenshot

Discussion in 'Ghost Security Suite (GSS)' started by Jason_R0, Aug 6, 2005.

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  1. Jason_R0

    Jason_R0 Developer

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    Here is a screenshot from the latest build of RegDefend. It is using a color theme which is probably going to be updated a little before release, remember it is only one color theme of a few available. Some parts of the GUI shown are going to change before release also.

    The GUI has been redesigned to be easier to use, by hiding options not frequently used, and to show more useful information to the user. There is quite a lot changed, and hopefully you will all be able to see the changes soon.
     

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    Hmm more screenshots please. This one alone doesn't tell me much about what has changed.
     
  3. steverio

    steverio Registered Member

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    Looking great Jason! I like the changes!
     
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    The main tab seems mostly useless for information.

    Hmm why is there a purchase components option, when it's already registered?

    Can we pay more for other components?
     
  5. Atomas31

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    Thanks Jason,

    But why does the new version of Regdefend has the name "Ghost security suite v.0.980"? Do you intend to make a suite?

    I also wonder what is the purchase components options is? What are the other components to be?

    So far, it is looking good but more screenshot would be greatly appreciate... :)

    Thanks,
    Atomas31
     
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    Good catch with the word 'suite'. Togther with the 'purchase component' button it looks like Jason is adding new programs to start a rival HIPS suite.

    Great!
     
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    Looks like it's the central program, holding various components, of which Regdefend is the first one.

    A bridge for all the other future programs so to speak. I hope there is an announcement soon about future programs.
     
  8. Trooper

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    Looking forward to the new version Jason! :)
     
  9. richrf

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    Good luck with the new version Jason! RegDefend has become a very important element in my overall security configuration, and I suspect it will remain so.

    Regards,
    Rich
     
  10. AAPlus2

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    Hey,All

    Good weekend to all

    @Jason

    like to ask if i may what will this prog give me that
    my goto. tool RRG has

    Thank you
     
  11. bigc73542

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    Jason the improvements look great so far, Just a little addition to an already great program.

    bigc
     
  12. dog

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    I agree ... it looks like a nice update, I can't wait to see it.

    Best Wishes,

    Steve
     
  13. qazu76

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    Jason (or any other mod). If I buy regdefend now (which i was just about to do - it will sit nicely with PG), will I be entitled to a free upgrade to ver 2 when its released (as it seems close now)?

    Thanks :)
     
  14. Jason_R0

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    For the near future this will still be the case. Anyone who buys RegDefend now is entitled to life-time free upgrades.
     
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    It is nice to see that some developers are hard at work building better programs. I can't wait to use the new version. I also will probably buy future add-ons to the suite especially if Jason does like he usually does and builds software that is better and with lighter footprint than the others.


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  16. WSFuser

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    the screenshot look intriguing, maybe ill give regdefend a spin after vacation.
     
  17. AAPlus2

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    Hey,To all

    Ok yes the prog is great looking but can someone Please
    tell me what will this prog do for me.

    that my RegRunG is & has been doing now what more
    will this do that i don't get with RRG

    anyone at all, can i run this prog along side RRG is this
    a good idea or will it be to much.

    Thank you all
     
  18. Pilli

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    Hi AAplus2, I think that regrun is a poller i.e. see the change after it has occurred which can often be too late with the latest threats, whereas RegDefend blocks any changes and alerts you.
    Also with RegDefend you can configure new rules for new threats.
    Already there are many contributions to those rules from expert malware fighters. The additional rules can be easily added to your current configuration without any registry knowledge. A real bonus :)

    I am sure that Jason and his team will add even more value in version 2

    HTH Pilli
     
  19. puff-m-d

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    Hi AAPlus2,

    I have made a ghost file (ruleset) that will monitor all the keys that RegRunG does plus more. It is available in this post in this thread Tested Ghost Groups .gst.

    There are several of us that run RegDefend right along side RegRunG with no problems whatsoever. I consider it a good idea to run both and I do not think it is too much. I do as I love both programs ;) ...

    HTH...
     
  20. AAPlus2

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    Hey,All

    @Pilli

    First thanks for the reply & info
    before they happen that sounds
    like a tool i can use:)

    @puff-m-d

    Thank yo there was no way i was about to give up my
    RRG it has pulled me out of more problems then i can think
    but thanks to both of you i'm downloading it as i type:)

    Thank you
     
  21. AAPlus2

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    Hi,puff-m-d

    I forgot to ask will RD run off the Systray from what
    i have seen. you should run this at startup

    Thank you
     
  22. myluvnttl

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    Why does it say version .0980 still?
     
  23. puff-m-d

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    Hi AAPlus2,

    Yes, when running there will be an icon in SysTray. This is the GUI portion that will alert you when necessary for user input and allows you to configure RD.

    When you install, it will automatically configure itself to start with Windows.

    HTH ;) ...
     
  24. Jason_R0

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    That is simply the version number of Ghost Security Suite, which has been built "brand new", which is why it hasn't quite reached v1.000 yet. When it does it will be released. Ghost Security Suite isn't a "security program", it is simply a container for things like RegDefend.
     
  25. Starrob

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    It will be interesting to see all of the products that go in the container. You have already developed a reputation with many for innovating, so it will be interesting to see your new innovations.


    Starrob
     
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