Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by guest, May 4, 2011.
Finally restricted mode for 64bit
Have anyone try RM effectiveness on 64bit?
man wooooooo its good
It is good
just added to my security set up arsenal
SpyShelter 5.20 beta
thanks for the heads up.
OA with its HIPS combined with SpyShelter with its HIPS, isn't that a tad bit much?
Can any1 plz tell what does restricted mode does ?
From what I understand, it drops the admin rights for selected applications. Say you run Skype or MSN in 'restricted mode', then those applications cannot access and modify and critical files on your system.
they like each other and OA has many stuff Spyshelter doesnt have but i really like the idea of the restricted mode for my browser in 64 bits but i think that the runsafer is similar to it
it is running smooth
Hmm perhaps Ill give this a shot. This is what Ive been waiting for.
Once they become sensible enough to know that a 64-bit free version is essential, then I will try it.
good to hear that!
specially from an expert
beta 2 released
It’s unoficcial change log;
thanks alot man
i like this onehost file modification is monitored
defenitly they are working very hard to make this program top notch
Thanks for beta 2 info They are adding great features in these beta builds
indeed my friend indeed
Anyone else restrict their browser and use an email client? Every time I do I get an error saying there was an issue sending a command to the program.
What browser did u use? I've tried it with some mini games, and also IE9 (protected mode on) within sandboxie (overkill..m I know) but it works just fine.
It only happens if I am using my email client to read emails and open web pages from there. If I open the browser on its own its totally fine. I assume is an issue with a temp file somewhere.
Maybe caused by some bugs from beta version...
U should report this to spyshelter.com
They have a fast response for bug report
Hopefully it will be fixed next time around
Giving this one a try Let see how it goes
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