System Guards

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by Wan, Jan 14, 2010.

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  1. Wan

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  2. bellgamin

    bellgamin Very Frequent Poster

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    Hello Wan, and welcome again. I hope you will visit & post more often.

    Thanks for calling this website to our attention. Being an old fut, I am not a fan of websites that are so "jazzy" as the one at systemguards.com, but others might be.

    In any event, I will be interested to see comments/results if anyone (not me) chooses to test their apps.
     
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    But their site states that "it's a killer application"... :D
     
  4. kaixi

    kaixi Registered Member

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    Rogue?
     
  5. Warklen

    Warklen Registered Member

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    System Guards magically found 14 infections with only memory and registry scan enabled on a fresh install os. After uninstall the program left 800 registry items behind and still tried to start up. Would not recommend and in the wrong hands could do alot of damage to someones system. On a plus side its only 14.99 to upgrade to the pro.lol
     
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    Typical behavior of rogue antispyware apps.
     
  7. Fly

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    Maybe we should have a rule about introducing new and unknown security software ? <not directed at the OP>

    It's usually no good or even rogue.
     
  8. dcrowe0050

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    Yeah this name sounds familiar too. I think their was a rogue by a very similar name or something. anyway not everything is rogue, but 800 registry entries, and if you got that number from Revo, there were probably a few more.
     
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