Which is your first HIPS ?

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  1. Mongol

    Mongol Registered Member

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    Another one for Processguard 3.150 followed shortly by Online Armor version 1
     
  2. Nebulus

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    I never used a HIPS, only a properly configured firewall and some common sense rules while surfing on the net. I never felt the need for a HIPS, and it seems that in my case at least, I was right :)
     
  3. rolarocka

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    Appdefend and i miss that GUI. Looked very good to me.
     
  4. Leolas

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    Online Armor v2, and I still use OA.
    I've also tried D+, Netchina, SSM and EQS
     
  5. egghead

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    trialed many, always came back to the best: SSM

    ......and I will keep using it. Superb proggie :thumb:
     
  6. bellgamin

    bellgamin Very Frequent Poster

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    SSM -- In 2002 I downloaded SSM from the originator's Russian website (no longer online) based on an Outpost forum post HERE. As I recall, the download was fairly small but, even so, took about 2 hours on dial-up because of slow/low bandwidth.

    AFAIK the first mention of SSM at Wilders was made by *himself* (Paul Wilders) in THIS post.
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    P.S. Does anyone remember the name of the Russian fellow who originated SSM? I have forgotten it.
     
  7. G1111

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    ProcessGuard & RegDefend.
     
  8. EASTER

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    WinPatrol.
    Still use it too !
     
  10. zen_usuario

    zen_usuario Registered Member

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    System Safety Monitor Free was the mine. :doubt:
     
  11. noone_particular

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    Max Burmistrov was the original developer. I was on dialup when I first downloaded SSM. Max's site was horribly slow. Download speeds from there were often under 1KB.
     
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  12. emperordarius

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    Defense+.
     
  13. Tunerz

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    Mine is System Safety Monitor. Wish they (SSM and PG) could have stayed longer.
     
  14. ruinebabine

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    SSM was also my first HIPS from back then. And, yes, the down/loading was incredibly slow, even for a dialup connection!
     
  15. Makav3l1

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    SSM Free
     
  16. neksus

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    ProSecurity,
    then SSM,
    and finally EQS

    If there was a single product which combines the best aspects of the above trio, it would most certainly be the ultimate safety provider that could last a lifetime!:)
     
  17. Kees1958

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    PG free -> Appdefend trial -> SSM free -> Samurai free -> Antihook free -> SSM paid -> GeSWall free -> GeSWall paid -> Sandboxie free -> DefenseWall paid -> CyberHawk free -> CB Paid -> NG beta free -> OA free -> EQS free -> CFP V3 free -> ShadowProtect -> TF free -> MicroPoint pro active defense -> WinPooch free ->Safe Space free -> Returnil free -> Mamutu paid -> A2 malware paid -> Spyberus -> Netchina free -> DriveSentry -> Malware Defender paid -> AppGuard -> suggestions or should I seek help?
     
  18. jmonge

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    :) woooooooooooo:)
     
  19. neksus

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    Kees,

    You most certainly should seek help (like many other wilders), but good thing is PCs under your guard don't need to:)

    :thumb: :thumb:
     
  20. GES/POR

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    You got that from your diary? :thumb:
     
  21. jmonge

    jmonge Registered Member

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    hey buddy i am having problem sending or reciving pm's it says that i reached a limit for daily pm usage and is temporary unavaliable,so after that isue is fix my hope is soon then i will pm you with the info sorry for the temporary inconvinience
     
  22. demoneye

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    i use them all , but the first one was DEEPFREEZE and from there i went to eaz fix --> FDISR >> etc

    the first classic HIPS was PG i think :D
     
  23. EASTER

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    CORRECT!

    Former Wilder's Member herbalist was one if only a very few of Max's first beta-testers and a lot of credit is to his honor for even finding SSM so long ago and sticking with it thoughout the new owner's aquistions. herbalist is always been a human encyclopedia of very interesting information even with Kerio 2.15 since he was a diehard Windows 98 Loyal in the face of constant needling over his refusal to go XP and stay with 98.

    I don't see his membership active here anymore although his posts are still in place. Don't really know what happened to him but hope to see his return again sometime in the future again.

    I DO hope he is OK. Great fellow and very engaging in posts/replies with an open mind.

    EASTER
     
  24. se7engreen

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    Mine was Tiny Personal Firewall 5.1.x and still believe it was ahead of it's time. Spent many hours geeking out with it. ;)
     
  25. jmonge

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    i used to love this one;)
     
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