Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by desertjon, Apr 7, 2012.
That I know.
Now now Nick..be 100% factual.
You only do it 5 days a week...the weekends you shut up shop on handling new stuff until the start of the following week.
So maybe you do focus on zero day just as long as they are not released at weekends...) they get processed upto 48hrs laters one would imagine.
I wonder how many times those pesky rogues, ransoms and password stealers get repacked between friday night through to Monday morning.
Where is your 0 hour protection for your customers against them >>> Taking the weekend off
SUPERAntiSpy...so how do you feel about loosing many users of your product due to your misinformation about PORTABLE when in fact it is just another installer? do you think this was a good move? this is why I say you deceive users blatantly on your so called Portable version Download page by calling it Portable.
Portable means Portable period!
i use SAS and never had any issues with it.it certainly doesnt perform as if it is bloated.its a very good companion to MBAM etc.
We have been doing weekend updates if you take a look at our release history as well as releases around the clock. We have also over doubled our research team.
There is no mis-information. The Portable version is portable for licensed technicians - no installation required or uninstallation.
we both know Warlockz was referring to the free edition, man your dodging is painful to watch lol.
the paid portable .com file is actually truly portable, no problems there.
the free 'portable' version is not portable, you guys know this, which makes you deceivers.
While I hate that the true portable version of SAS is not free anymore they decided to make a business move and not offer it free anymore. That is fine with me if they want to do that.
What I dont like and I hope they are listening.. is telling me something is "portable" when it is NOT. the FREE portable should be called "Offline Version of SAS". That would be more honest and would make more sense. Portable = no files installed or changes made to the computer. Clearly the free version of SAS "portable" does not fall in this category. If they would have done this I would have no complaints. Instead they choose to call something "portable" which actually is a "offline version". So please SAS if you are listening Im pretty sure it would be a smart move to label these accordingly.
Why do so many of the SAS threads devolve to this?
Hint: It's not the forum members
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