Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by CloneRanger, Dec 7, 2011.
May I ask what bug it is?
Sure... there were 4 or 5 events in your log with the following exception:
[01-25-2017 11:05:11] [ERROR] - Exception in NewProcessHandler_CleanupWindowsPathsAndCommandLines: StartIndex cannot be less than zero.
Parameter name: startIndex. at System.String.InternalSubStringWithChecks(Int32 startIndex, Int32 length, Boolean fAlwaysCopy)
at System.String.Substring(Int32 startIndex)
at VoodooShield.NewProcessHandler.?(ProcessItem ?, Boolean& ?)
I just need to check to make sure the index is not less than zero... it is probably an empty command line or something. It really does not affect anything at all, and it is simple to fix.
Just click 'Reply' in the bottom right hand corner of the post you are responding to.
No, none at all. But your right it's not for everyone, there are other solutions out there that may
suit your needs better
No that is actually very disturbing and not right for anyone, there is ZERO need to collect and use personally identifiable information to improve a software product ever!
Ok, but your not going to convince me, to take your position on VoodooShield.
That's why I suggested you find another solution
Right here :
There is no reference to collected information in this EULA.
From what I can read (because I don’t know you), you are a friendly person, cool, without arrogance, helping, with patience, etc.
Now, behind you, there are apparently other people. They are attorneys, i.e. lawyers?
"...not limited to…”; "...and other services to you.”
They are not clear, precise/clear-cut.
Boileau (1636–1711) said, “An idea well conceived presents itself clearly, and words to express it comes readily.”
That is indeed a very clear EULA and Emsisoft should be commended on it. I particularly liked this bit:
"We would like to make our position clear at this point and assure you that we will never consciously install a hole in our series of products in order to allow access for a Government Trojan or similar software. If it ever comes to a legislative or court decision that forces us to do this then we will immediately notify our users of this fact."
Unfortunately I suspect that any software originating in the USA will never be allowed to be so clear and unambiguous once the lawyers have got their teeth into it.
When Firebytes posted the excerpt from our EULA, he forgot to include the most important part:
Absolutely... each country has their own laws that companies need to follow.
But if anyone finds something that we need to look into, I would be happy to send it to the attorneys.
How are you posting to Wilders if you do not have a computer, cell phone or tablet? All of these devices have extremely complex policies and agreements.
Valid question, can't wait for the response. Unless he realized that he has been compromised this whole time and has microwaved all of his tech.
hey thanks I got it !!!!
Socio wrote about the "need to collect and use personally identifiable information to improve a software product".
I don't see where is the ineptitude.
About the privacy, it's not because there are leaks in the hull that others can be opened, rubbing our hands in glee.
pretty sure this was covered before but I was leaving voodoo in smart mood and not exiting like I usually do for an install. I know the file is legit but what if I didn't and I got this warning? would a home user just wait for the popup to just block the program?
Crap, wheres the like button when ya need it, lol
I see... thank you for pointing that out! Yeah, we need to tell them to click the balloon for more details. I will add that to the next version.
Cool thank you Dan
Hey, does anyone know anything about this site? It looks pretty cool... I will check it out once I finish up VS 3.51, which I hope to have ready in 2-3 days.
Just because a whole lot of other are looting the store does not make it alright to loot.
Just because a lot of others are looting the store does not make it alright to loot.
A lot of the if not most of the posters on this forum go to great lengths to combat malware, viruses, and spyware in order to protect their personal data
Ah I see now, I misunderstood when I read "You agree that VoodooSoft may collect and use personally identifiable, technical and related information, not limited to technical information about your computer, system and application software that is gathered periodically and automatically to facilitate and improve upon the provision of the Software, Software updates
I thought it was referring to the software itself.
You see companies you thought you could trust that get caught collecting and selling users data like the developer of WOT for example, you start assuming the worst.
I think you misunderstood the question.
You have a zero tolerance policy, here is what you said... "No that is actually very disturbing and not right for anyone, there is ZERO need to collect and use personally identifiable information to improve a software product ever!"
So my question to you is this... if you have a zero tolerance policy, how do you check your email and browse the internet? Surely you cannot be suggesting that it is acceptable for tech giants to properly protect their companies when it comes to legal matters, but then expect smaller companies to not do the same.
It would probably be in everyone's best interest to not try to be a legal scholar, and let the professionals do their job... much in the same way I would not want our attorneys writing code for VS. Our attorneys are highly competent and they have done work for some very, very large companies and brands.
It always cracks me up when someone complains about something, but is not able to offer a suggestion or an alternative.
What is your end game? What are you trying to accomplish?
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