Spyshelter updated to v. 5.40

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  1. QBgreen

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    - Fixed BSOD on 64 bit systems and Restricted Apps
    - Huge BWList support - storing rules into file instead of registry
    - Important false alerts were removed
    - Alerts multithreading is implemented
    - Improved registry protection
    - Sorting feature extended reset sorting feature added + all columns support
    - Cleanup feature improvements and new options
    - Auto cleanup old rules feature added
    - Tooltip has new functional - now clicking on autoallow tooltip BWList is showed with recently added rule
    - Log extended - added new column
    - Help file reorganized and optimized(smaller file size)
    - Removed issue with multiple help file launch
    - Languages updates
    - Many small fixes and improvements

    Get it: http://www.spyshelter.com/index.html
     
  2. ExtremeGamerBR

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    Thanks for update!
     
  3. blasev

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    thx for the update :D
     
  4. Dark Shadow

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    Just got it when I loged on.It updated smooth over the previous version.:thumb:
     
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    Thanks QB. I caught your pass. :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
     
  6. Scoobs72

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    I'll probably get lynched for this, but the more I look at this application the more I think they're going in the wrong direction. What was originally a simple anti-keylogger is gradually turning into a full-blown HIPS. They'll be adding a firewall next :) Maybe this is the direction users want to take it, but it's not really an anti-logger anymore, it's a HIPS with keylogger protection.
     
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    :thumb: :thumb: love it
     
  8. QBgreen

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    No lynching required! Hey, it's a very good HIPS with keylogger protection that runs well with every piece of security software that I have. There must still be a couple of decent dedicated anti-loggers available.
     
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    Very few. Zemana, which has it's own mini-hips, not quite as powerful as Spyshelters, just about still qualifies for a dedicated anti-logger. Thereafter there's the browser protection anti-loggers such as Prevx SOL and Rapport. Of course, if you're on 32bit, you could just drop all of those and use Defensewall which now has its own secure browser specifically for banking and shopping.
     
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    lol.. Defensewall is great and all that but it just keeps quite when it comes to 64 bit? :D
    Antivirus now provides security against spywares thank god and some of them provides sandbox, script block all to stop malware and we appreciate them ..So why some ppl seem to hate if antikeyloggers and the best of the breed which is Spyshelter brings with itself flavor of HIPS which in turn only enhances its features and helps protects the customers..:)
     
  12. jmonge

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    but also is top notch program;)
     
  13. Dark Shadow

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    I love it to.
    I like the restriction that one can put there browser restricted and its like drop rights.Access denied to elevated admin privileges.
     
  14. Kernelwars

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    absolutely:thumb: :thumb:
     
  15. jmonge

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    :thumb: :thumb: lOVE IT
     
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    Many new points and some interesting ones. Impressive
     
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    Big step from 5.20 to 5.40...a lot of changes...and everything still works perfectly :thumb:
     
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