What're the differences between the free + paid versions of AD/RD?

Discussion in 'Ghost Security Suite (GSS)' started by solcroft, Apr 28, 2007.

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  1. solcroft

    solcroft Registered Member

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    As per the topic, since I couldn't find it anywhere on the GS website.
     
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    None, except the free version has a popup that occurs every know and then.

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  3. tayres

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    If your question is about AppDefend, then, yes, it doesn't limit any features in the free beta version.

    If you're interested in both AD/RD, then you should probably be made aware that RegDefend reverts to a free limited version after 14 days. In the free limited version you cannot block registry changes in real time alerts.
     
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  4. solcroft

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    Thanks for the answers. By not blocking changes in real time, do you mean RD will poll the registry every x seconds for changes, or will it act by some other method?

    Also, is there any concrete information on whether AD will be shareware or freeware? If the former, what features will be crippled?
     
  5. tayres

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    RegDefend only intercepts registry access attempts in real time, it doesn't use polling. The free limited version prevents the option of blocking an action during an alert (sorry for not being more specific earlier). However, you can get around this by killing either the thread or process prompting the alert (available as options on the alert itself) and then, from within RegDefend, configuring the rule that covers the key in question to block the action. This way you probably don't lose any protection, but it is less convenient.

    AFAIK the last comments by Jason on that topic were in this post:
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