What security program is this?

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by buckrogers, Jul 30, 2010.

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  1. buckrogers

    buckrogers Registered Member

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    Does anyone know what security program the green bar on top of the Opera browser is?
     

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    the site... in all probability was serving malware today.....check here
    try a mbam+hitman pro scan...to be on safe side :p
     
  4. buckrogers

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    Funny I actually read about that site on this site. I am safe thank you, since it was a screen grab I just got off the Browsershots. But the security program I am curious about is used by the person on Browershots. It seems to be a security program he or she is running to protect the web browsers from malicious sites. I would be ecstatic if someone here knows what program that was (ie the green bar).
     
  5. kasperking

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    well..well :p

    not sure about that one.... but there are similar ones and they are good too..check them out...in case you haven't already ;)
    Sandboxie
    DefenseWall
    GeSWall
     
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    i entered the site without problems here. Mozilla FF and everything is fine or at least seems so
     
  7. pintas

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    That's not a security program. :) That's a Window Manager probably in Linux or BSD. It looks like Window Maker or something like it, no security program for sure. ;)
     
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    It has been a very long time ago that i tried it but doesn't GesWall do what is seen in the OP's first post?
     
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