which is better,process guard or system safety monitor?

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by lawmaker, Aug 28, 2005.

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  1. lawmaker

    lawmaker Registered Member

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    i'm using PG.
     
  2. Pilli

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    Re: which is better,process guard and system safety monitor?

    System Safety Monitor is not the same as ProcessGuard they do not cover the same things though there may be some overlap. Some ppl use both apps.
    As far as I know SSM is still in beta, not sure when it will be fully released.

    Pilli
     
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    SSM was very unstable on my system and it was very difficult to get any support. If you decide to install SSM, I would recommend that you create an image copy backup of your system. I am currently using ProcessGuard.

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    This post tries to summarise the differences between PG and SSM - however you can run both.
     
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    As this is a comparative thread I have moved it out of the PG forum to here.
     
  6. privacyfreak

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    I use both PG and SSM, but if I could choose only one I would go with PG most likely, or AntiHook.
     
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    Me also, SSM crashed on my pc when I used it together w kerio 4.2. :mad: I don't know why it happen but ssm didn't crashed w my other softwares. But maybe sometimes it happens that way unexpectedly. :'(

    ProcessGuard is I think more better, coz it was made by a company especializing in Trojan detections. ;)
     
  8. Used to, you mean. :)
     
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