Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by CloneRanger, Dec 7, 2011.
Sounds good, thank you! If you have any other problems, please let us know!
Thanks Dan got it and working great.
Is it ok to install Voodoo Shield over my present installation?
Thank you TH!
Yes, you can just install over the top of the existing VS installation.
Ok, thanks! Doing it now.
Where are you at with the Mac version??
Hi, we are getting close, but we are running into a few problems. I am hoping to have an OSX release within a month or so. Thank you!
I've installed the trial of VoodooShield, and when opening Chrome with Sandboxie this message pops up: "Warning: your Google Chrome settings are stored on a network drive. This may result in slowdowns, crashes or even loss of data." The message doesn't pop up with un-sandboxed Chrome. Any suggestions?
Also, the shield is saying off even after the training, unless I open Chrome.
"Warning: your Google Chrome settings are stored on a network drive. This may result in slowdowns, crashes or even loss of data."
My chrome has always said this when running in sandboxie
That's odd, I've never gotten that message in a couple of years of using Sandboxie until installing VoodooShield.
Using the new version of VS are you still getting the error / bug with Shadow Defender?
Hi, yes, that is a very odd error. Is Chrome installed in the C:\Program Files directory? I know for awhile there, the chrome installer would install chrome into the user directory, but that was many versions ago. Are you running a newer version of chrome?
Yes, VoodooShield will toggle between On and OFF when it is in Smart Mode. This helps to further train VS. Although, we have reached the point that the user really does not have to train VS much at all anymore. If you want VS to not toggle, you can right click and choose Always ON. I personally like it to toggle, but some people like it to be always on.
Please let us know about the chrome issue. I highly doubt it is VS, but let me know where chrome is installed, and what version you are running. We will figure it out one way or another. Thank you!
Free one year subscription to VoodooShield! The people at wilderssecurity have been a tremendous help to us, and we would like to show our gratitude!
Email us your email address and the password you would like to use for your account, and we will hook you up with a free year of VS. If you have already purchase VS, let us know and we will add 1.5 years to your subscription, just send us the email address you use for your account.
Email us @ firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will hook you up through July 4th.
VoodooShield Support Team
Wow, the response from the free subscription keeps growing... it is going to take a while to catch up with all of the emails! In the mean time, please feel free to download VS, it will give you a 14 day trial. You will receive confirmation that your account has been set up within a day or so.
You can then right click on VS and choose Register to enter your email address and password.
Here is the link to download:
Due to an overwhelming response to our 1 free year subscription of VoodooShield promotion, we decided it was necessary to automate the process of setting up user accounts.
Please visit the following link and enter your email address and password to setup your account. You will then receive a confirmation that the account is active.
If you have any problems, please let us know!
VoodooShield Support Team
And yes, the free subscription is open to ANYONE, even friends of friends of people at wilders .
Everything seemed setup correctly, Chrome was the current version and installed in the right place. But I went ahead and did a re-install anyway. Still getting the warning about settings being on a network drive. It's only with Sandboxied Chrome, not Chrome unsandboxed or in IE sandboxed.
Good to know the on-off situation is normal, it isn't bothersome, just wanted to make sure it was okay since I'm new to VoodooShield.
Good deal. I googled the chrome problem earlier... it is a known problem with chrome, but I didn't have time to track down the fix. I did find the following link, it might help some: http://www.unidesk.com/forum/troubl...yers/google-chrome-warning-your-google-chrome
I'd found that page at Unidesk when trying to figure out a solution on my own a few days ago. Their conclusion was that Chrome doesn't like unlettered volumes, so I assumed that VoodooShield was somehow creating its own volume or interfering with the lettering of ones already there. I didn't understand the fix given at Unidesk, so uninstalled VoodooShield. But your program has caught my interest because it is lightweight and seems like it would fit in well with Sandboxie and WSA, so I've re-installed VoodooShield to see if there's a solution.
The problem doesn't seem to be with WSA, turning it off had no effect.
I see. If you install VS, then right click on the shield and choose View Log, it should have Chrome listed, with the path. Does the path look correct?
C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe
If the path does not look correct, or if it is not listed, please let me know. You might want to reset the whitelist and the Log, and look at the path if you cannot find it right away. Thank you!
Path to Chrome is correct. Cleared log and whitelist. No change in warning.
Hmmm, so it only happens when VS is installed and ON? Does VS block anything when you see the error? If VS is not blocking anything, it most likely is not VS, since if it is not blocking anything, it is not doing anything.
If you sign up for the free year and register VS, I can look at some of the logs and see if there is anything that looks odd. But like I was saying, if VS is not blocking anything, it is not doing anything. Please let us know if you want us to check out the logs after registering!
Does VoodooShield have any noticeable impact on older machines? I am thinking of taking advantage of the great offer given to try it out on my home computer that is used just for streaming videos to the tv
Its a pentium 4 processor.
I have CIS installed on it now but it seems to have a noticeable impact on the system.
Registered my free year, thank you. Want me to send logs to support?
The warning pops up even if VS is turned off and in training mode. When turned on, VS doesn't block anything noticeable. VS must be modifying files somehow that Chrome doesn't like, such as creating a volume without a letter or interfering with Chrome seeing that letter. I've never had this warning before installing VS, and it doesn't happen after uninstalling VS.
It also has something to do with Sandboxie, because it's only in sandboxed Chrome.
(Not sure if it matters, but nothing was changed with the warning when running Chrome without extensions.)
Has anyone ran this alongside appguard?
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