System Shield from Usec.at: tiny & powerful defense of my Registry & files! Yeah!

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  1. PROROOTECT

    PROROOTECT Registered Member

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    Awesome & blue! It's a must! Here: http://www.usec.at/ushields.html Tiny & small!

    I'm full of admiration for the result of work of its developer.

    I have ALL softwares of usec.at, from Austria, our Mother!

    All three, full color, of course.

    Yours PROROOTECT:thumb:
     
  2. Warklen

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    Some Screens

    SystemShield.jpg

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  3. jmonge

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    i think appguard plus this tool will make a big monster:D :thumb:nice tools
     
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    Yeah, men!:argh:

    Bienvenue, Warklen & jmonge!

    Ready.

    :isay:
     
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    it looks super nice,for sure i will try it;) does it have any denny deault action?or have to deal with some pop ups?thanks
     
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    Austrian eye-candy. Why keep a cow when milk is so cheap?

    All HIPS & many AVs will do that simplex job and LOTS more for much less cpu time.
     
  7. Sully

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    Hmm. It would appear after downloading thier software for evaluation, that Avira piped up with a dropper DR/Delf.dhn dropper in my cache.

    Sul.
     
  8. demoneye

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    i don't see how it can protect from malware , there is no such option to rollback setting...o_O
     
  9. n8chavez

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    How does this stack up against others, such as RegWatcher?
     
  10. jmonge

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    is this similar than winsonar?
     
  11. chris2busy

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    Where do you guys get all these? :D
     
  12. jmonge

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    google ;)
     
  13. dw426

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    Keep searching, I got the dropper warning too. Also, Bellgamin is right, Comodo, Norton, Defensewall, A2, all could handle the job and provide more protection. No offense to you Prorootect, appreciate the find, I just think there are better options.
     
  14. subset

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    As far as I know they hired a GUI designer from Honolulu for this job. :cautious:
    However, it may be useful for people who use "only" a suite like Avira or ESS.
    It seems to work like aderted, it detects and blocks the creation of reg keys for autoruns, services, BHOs etc.
    It looks like sh!t and it's free.

    Cheers
     
  15. Dark Shadow

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    Exactly my thoughts,every time I blink a rabbit comes out the hat.
     
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    Ah Austria made my most favorite thing in the world but its not system shield.
     
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    DefenseWall is what you want. Now that one will do the job far more secure in comparison IMO.

    EASTER
     
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    Haha :D
     
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  19. PROROOTECT

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    SystemShield: after the first one-two days, leaves no warning, if you do not have a malvare in the vincinity.

    NO warning, NEVER.


    *puppy* no puppy, no ...:argh:
     
  20. majoMo

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    It's annoying: 1. when starts donation'popup. 2. when shutdown windows it ask if the user wants to shutdown.

    @ PROROOTECT, is there a way to stop these annoyances?
     
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    Yes MajoMo, go to slip now. Tomorrow,we should address this question, OK?

    PROROOTECT:isay: :thumb:
     
  22. majoMo

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    Yeah!... Good day to you.

    Good dreams and I'm waiting for a positive answer...
     
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    NO possibility to stop this popup for me, MajoMo ...:gack:
     
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    Thanks for your time to trying, PROROOTECT.

    These annoyances are a bit disappointing. It's a hassle to use everyday, IMO.
     
  25. PROROOTECT

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    Hello MajoMo,

    I was happy to tried to help you.:D

    I have searched in the Registry,nothing to do ( native thread ...). To forget, to forget, as replied my doctor. It does not matter: one click and that's all ( after start of Windows only ).

    I understand the motivations of developer, yes.

    PS. I have also USEC Radix Antirootkit and Nemesis Anti-Spyware from usec.at. All very good softwares from this Austrian developer.

    Yours PROROOTECT
     
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