Trend Micro 2012

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  1. marciocruz

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    Trend Micro Titanium Maximum Security 5.0 EB 1

    General Information Key Features

    Higher Speed and Performance – Titanium has been designed to be lighter on system resources and big on performance providing the optimum computing experience.

    Higher detection and cleaning rates – Leverages Trend Micro’s latest cloud computing technology plus real-time scanning to provide state of the art protection to keep you and your family safe from latest malware threats.

    SNS Protection – Let you know if the URLs in your Twitter and Facebook are safe or not

    https://www.trendbeta.com/pages/product_info/view/685

    And like you can see on the last picture,you can maky your own LOOK
     

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  2. sg09

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    Will wait for the stable build. Running v2011 now. Quite impressed...:)
     
  3. marciocruz

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    i'm running that right now, and don't see any major issue
     
  4. Kernelwars

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    sg i have a question for you... is this not pc-ciliin? I dont remember correctly:(
     
  5. marciocruz

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    yes,trendmicro titanium product's are a improved version of pc-cillin
     
  6. Kernelwars

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    thanks.. is it resource friendly? I have a machine where I run sql server for development purposes..you think i can run this one on that machine?:) ...
     
  7. marciocruz

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    yes,the product's are very,very light,i'm sure,you can run on your machine
     
  8. Kernelwars

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    will give it a spin. thanks
     
  9. Kernelwars

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    I am impressed :thumb:
     

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    :thumb:
     

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    Trend Micro is here to stay :thumb:
     

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    Don't tell trjam.......
     
  13. pj5501

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    A firewall is not enough
     
  14. sg09

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    I like the fact that it uses Windows Firewall as its basis..:)
     
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    do they include a firewall in the Titanium bundles?

    edit; i checked it and it did not
     
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  16. Kernelwars

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    i agree really nice feature..:)
     
  17. Matthijs5nl

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    That is the most pathetic changelog for a beta of a new major version I have ever seen. Thank god vendors like ESET just do that continuously and don't feel the need to send out this kind of stupid messages to the world.

    I do agree that their approach of just enhancing the Windows Filtering Platform is nice. I think more should do that, but basically there are third-party firewalls who do that, including for example PC Tools Firewall Plus (plus that one adds a different GUI, plus some light HIPS features ofcourse).
     
  18. marciocruz

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    i have switch off my router, and connect directly to modem,and run a firewal test the result's:
     

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  20. Sm3K3R

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    The interface looks like BD used to have :)
    And some people were saying BD was looking rogue like. :)
     
  21. LethalBoy

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    LOL nice one :argh: :thumb:
     
  22. trjam

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    no chance, I pretty much go between, Avira, Avast and Eset now.
     
  23. Dermot7

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    Yeah? :D What about when a fresh, attractive new beta comes along, that you'd just love to give a spin? Think you'll just be able to always resist? :D
     
  24. SweX

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    ......and Prevx ;)
     
  25. disinter1

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    So the 2011 and 2012 version is a purely cloud antivirus?
     
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