Rising Internet Security 2010 Beta

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by guest, Sep 10, 2009.

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  1. guest

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    i am just trying

    official site;
    http://www.rising.com.cn/
    you can use google translate, if you dont know chinese.

    Paid Version Beta Link;
    http://rsdownload.rising.com.cn/for_down/ceshi/2010/RIS2010.exe

    Free Version Beta Link;
    http://download.rising.com.cn/for_down/ceshi/2010/free3/RISfree2010.exe
     

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    Some other screenshots;
     

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  3. tipstir

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    Good you had figured out how to get it down! I couldn't pull it down until now.. Thanks! But it's slow going though...
     
  4. guest

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    And, Rising has unknown trojan defense;
     

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  5. firzen771

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    hope to see some people test this soon, looks pretty cool
     
  6. Fajo

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    The "Shiney" Pinto returns...

    Sorry someone had to say it. :cautious:
     
  7. tipstir

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    Funny Fajo! I guess there is needed a shot in the gut for that one. DD-WRT still needs software firewalls running on systems still you know. Anyway I hope they use the same code for nagging you to pay. I got a fix for that one to make you keep on using it forever. I'll try the beta on test box when I get back to home base next week! :D
     
  8. simisg

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    rising internet security is free?
    where do you find this link....?
     
  9. tipstir

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    Those are virtual servers on the Chinese side.
     
  10. Fajo

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    off-topic.

    DDWRT
    No nagging here. just got to know the right people not to be botherd with those sorts of issues. :D



    ONTOPIC.
    If free means you have to pay for it. sure its free ;)
     
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  11. tipstir

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    I run DD-WRT at home on two wireless access points but still I run either RIS or CIS. I can't see anyone just depending on firmware to protect them. But that's you. I see I can run CIS without the need of the router to protect. Not by choice but that's how it is since I am offsite for month.
     
  12. 2good

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    how many process does that thing run & how is the memory consumption on it.
     
  13. tipstir

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    I know that RIS 2009 uses less system resources than anything out there right now. I would like to know how RIS 2010 Beta is using also.
     
  14. 2good

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    Actually last time I used it it had one too many process thats why I asked & the same goes for the firewall.
     
  15. clocks

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    Less than Comodo IS or Norton? Last time I tried RAV, it used between 17-45 meg. And thats just AV.
     
  16. cqpreson

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    Looking forward to seeing its HIPS.I am very interested in its HIPS.
     
  17. clocks

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    I installed it, but uninstalled it pretty quickly. With limited testing, it appeared to use 2 processes when everything was closed up. Used about 20meg ram, but about 500meg of virtual memory.

    The install took a long time, almost as if I were installing a mini service pack for windows or something. Seemed to have a lot of hooks into the operating system. The reason I unistalled it quickly is it wouldnt update. Part of my internet would not work, etc..

    Like older versions of Rising products, even with using Revo uninstaller, it still left a lot of files and directories behind. It's only beta, and I believe there may be some potential there, but I will pass on it for now. So if you decide to try it, be warned. Again, Rising products leave A LOT of junk behind when you uninstall.
     
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  18. tipstir

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    Yes the Rising isn't a clean product code. But beta code is still a work in progress so there bond to be bugs in it. I find the RIS 2009 runs lite compared to the RFW and RAV they use more memory to run because of the processes that tend to bleed over.
     
  19. cqpreson

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    When the Rising can't be uninstalled,how do you deal with it?Deleting the main applications and all files,and then cleaning the registry?
     
  20. mvdu

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    Do people think this beta + Prevx would be a secure setup?
     
  21. cqpreson

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    I don't think they are a good combination.They are very similar.This combination will reduce their ability on any side.
     
  22. simisg

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    i have download the free one.... is very light and poweful on my system xp sp3
    it seems to be completely free!!!! very strong hips and wed shield it has everything!!
     
  23. simisg

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    sorry but i test it against a rootkit and bypassed prevx says high risk rootkit in system32...... ris failed.... and i unistalled right now
    malwarebytes also find this rootkit like trojan fake alert and removeit malwarebytes rocks.!
     
  24. majoMo

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    Using Rising uninstaller it doesn't "leave A LOT of junk behind". In fact you don't need to use special uninstall remover like with McAfee, Norton, ThreatFire, etc. ...

    It isn't adviced to uninstall this kind of app. with Revo Uninstaller.

    Like tipstir and zen_usuario said:

    - These programs should not be removed with Revo if so they can damage the Registry.
    - Rising's final installation process starts before Windows logging, so uninstallation process could be completed by the same way.

    Better is to use an uninstaller like ZSoft Uninstaller - 1st Rising own uninstaller and after ZSoft analyzed log to do an accurate uninstall.
     
  25. Fajo

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    Sorry but false.

    This thing is almost as bad as Norton. The diff is norton at least gives you a way to get there software out. :cautious:
     
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