Trend Micro Titanium Beta

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  1. Dermot7

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    Hi,
    Wondering if anyone can tell me anything about this, apparantly upcoming Trend Micro beta? It seems to be a cloud-based technology.
    Any info welcome, thanks.
     
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    Thanks icr,
    What I'm really asking is e.g Is this software (titanium) like Prevx or Hitman Pro
    or, perhaps, Immunet? Does one have to also run usual AV alongside, plus firewall? And is it perhaps intended as a supplement to usual security?
    Just can't find info on beta page, or blog.trendmicro.com or cloudsecurity.trendmicro.com.
    Thanks.
     
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  5. Dermot7

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    NAMOR- thanks for the link, interesting! Seems like the cloud/community potential for computer security has generated a good deal of interest.
    Thanks.
     
  6. falkor

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    Lol . It is an Anti Virus:cool:
     
  7. bigc73542

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    Already registered beta tester for Trend Micro. download will be available Jan.13
     
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    Where do these companies pull these names from "Titanium", "Diamond-nium", "PURE", "Total"... sheesh.
     
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    Same here too already registered and waiting for 13th Jan:cool:
     
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    well,intitally on reading the thread i froze,i thought its an all-in-one norton 360 kinda solution from trend,but thankgod.
    Well,its nice,i tried panda's for a couple of days and it seems it was as good free offering.
    But GUI looks a little too inspired IMO.
     
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    Me too. I tried the Panda Cloud, and liked it. Looking forward to TM's offering.
     
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    A renamed version of this?

    The installer for TAV+ is TMS_b1158_Full.exe (-> Trend Micro Security?)
     
  13. icr

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    yeah it certainly is what kept them so long to release the BETA
     
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    Just been to TM Beta Portal expecting to get download and start testing, but
    all links to downloads, blogs, forum etc. showing "page under construction".
    Maybe I'm too early, or TM not ready yet?
     
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    Ready now!
     
  16. bigc73542

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    Running it right now.
     
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    :D screenshots?
     
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    Is this going to be included in Trend pro software or offered free?
     
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    Installed now and running on W7 32bit but had a conflict with Vipre4 beta, so
    disabled Vipre's active protection (so now just a scanner), and seems to be ok
    now. Also have Outpost Pro 6.7.1 so should be secure.
    Seems to have an un-complicated appearance, but I get the feeling that the protection might be robust.
     
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    Interesting question ... :doubt:
     
  21. bigc73542

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    Even in the beta it ask to install trial or purchase, so I don't think it will be free.
    bigc
     
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    I don't think it will be free because when I installed it, it asked for a serial number. Also showed a purchase button. I installed as a trial. Still had to activate it though.

    oops! bigc beat me to it. :)
     
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    Ah so it sounds like it is going to be paid. I may not bother testing then.
     
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    Yeah don't think it's intended to be free - TM states: "The Trend Micro Titanium is a NEW PRODUCT designed to give users effective protection using minimal resources. TMT beta leverages TM's revolutionary in-the-cloud security technology". Whether they will offer a free version, don't know, can't seem to be able to access beta forum, or if it exists.
     
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